Super Flower develops new Titanium-capable series of platforms, possibly Leadex successor
Posted on April 14, 2016, 15:31
Super Flower's factory documents reveal the OEM's plans and load tables for a new high-end line. Right now it consists of specification tables for 650W, 700W, 750W, 800W, 850W, 900W, 1000W and 1200W power outputs, with efficiency ranging from 80+ Bronze to the highest 80+ Titanium.
Load table document fragment detailing the new series
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The new platforms' naming scheme is F14HG for the 80+ Gold design, F14HP for the Platinum one and so on.
Comparatively, the current Leadex-family model names are F14MG, F14MP and F14MT respectively for the 80+ Gold, Platinum and Titanium versions.
Most of Super Flower's high-end designs are highly customisable in terms of efficiency and power output - for example, their Leadex family (which some people mistakenly refer to as a single platform) is chopped up to several different efficiency levels (Silver, Gold, Platinum, Titanium) and different power levels (400-850W, 900-1300W, and over 1300W), which means a 400W Leadex Gold is a totally different platform than a 1000W Leadex Platinum.
The new series' load tables are largely the same as the Leadex ones. The +12V rail rating being almost as high as the whole PSU's total output power reveals the use of DC-DC converters on the secondary side.
It is possible that this new platforms are Super Flower's first digital or semi-digital designs, since it feels appropriate for them to try and catch up with the competition in this field. There are no more details or launch date estimates available yet.