- Brand: Super Flower
- Model: Leadex GOLD 650watt
- Price: £79.99 @ Overclockers UK (at time of review)
Super Flower have been around for the past two decades but I know some of you are thinking, who are Super Flower? Well to start with, Super Flower Computer Inc. was founded in 1991 and specialise in power supplies but they also produce cases. For the best part of 20 years, they have primarily been an OEM to other manufacturers with the most notable ones being NZXT and Rosewill; NZXT Hale 90 PSU’s are Super Flower! In 2006 they built a new manufacturing plant for their power supplies in New Taipei City (Taiwan) and since then have pretty much started making their own.
With numerous awards under their belt over the past 12 months, today I had the opportunity to take a look at Super Flower’s 650watt Leadex Gold power supply which features an 80 PLUS Gold efficiency rating, a fully modular design and comes with a stunning 5 year warranty. Can the Super Flower brighten up an over saturated market and has it got moves like jagger? Let’s find out what the deal with the Leadex is, but first the specifications…
What Super Flower has to say about their Leadex Gold 650w power supply:
Leadex series PSU are 80+ Gold certified with 100% fully modular cable design, our R&D team’s latest innovation, a brilliant idea to maximize PSU cables & connectors management to have the best cable routing solution, also increase case chassis air flow to have best cooling for your system.
Ledex series PSU provides high efficiency & stable power output and come with a 14cm two-way thermal control intelligent cooling fan to ensure your professional PC system will work under heavy load, also capable of powering your PC system equipped with NVIDIA® SLI™ or ATI CrossFireX™ setup.
|Fans||1 x 14cm|
|Modular Cable||Yes 100% modular cable design|
|Input Voltage||Full Ranage – 100V~240V|
|Input Frequency Range||50 ± 3 Hz / 60 ± 3 Hz|
|Output||[email protected] ; [email protected] ; [email protected] ; [email protected] ; [email protected]|
|Dimension||200mm(L) x 150mm(W) x 86mm(H)|
|Safety Certification||BSMI R33529 / CE / FCC / CUL / cTUVus / CB|
One cable > 20+4pins MB power connector
One cable > 8pins (4+4pins) EPS/ATX 12V connector
One cable > 8pins EPS 12V connector
One cable > 2 x SATA + 2 x 4pins Molex
One cable > 3 x 4pins Molex + 1 x FDD
Two cables > 4 x SATA
One cable > 2 x 8pins (6+2pins) PCI express connector
Two cables > 8pins (6+2pins) PCI express
5V = 4.75V-5.25V is acceptable
5V = 5.281v
*** Not Acceptable FAIL!! =5.62% instead of 5%
Is this how your mbrilliant test mythology shows up in concrete!
Unlesss there are a logically possible typin error in there, that could and should be a possibility as the variance with 3,3 and 12v were between 1 or 2% it seems like the result should be 5,128 most likely :(after all anything between these two numbers if the psu don’t change the measurologial errorpattern of itself from the 3,3and 12v and why should when the 5is in the middle of them minimum possible answer5,122…5,143maximum possible answer if the pattern is linear and the error stays in 0,003…0,007% misses and wichis exactly: 0,0041% for 5,128 THAT IS ALMOST A MATHEMATHICAL IMPOSSIBILITY AND INT HE NAME OF GREAT LOGIC MY XEON-BRAINS HAVE STATED THAT THIS HYPOTETHIC DEFINITION IS THE ABSOLUTE TRUTH) instead of 5,281 – BEING THE WRONG NUMBER WHAT SLIPPED INTO PAPER WHILE THE 5,128 still working on in writers core i7 affected heads numeric capabilities altered mind when doing this review steps further..
How would you like to have this kind of mentalist copywriter?
This is what I call T10-Dictionary
Hello and thanks for your comment! Thanks for bringing this to my attention, I went back and checked the testing data and I have altered the results accordingly. It seems our proofreader missed this too, which is why it has gone un-noticed! Sorry for blowing your brains though 😀