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    Default Noctua NP-P1 high-end units announced!



    NOCTUA will release their first PSU lineup soon, the NP-P1, which seems to be (basically) a rebrand of the Super Flower Leadex Platinum units, but featuring a Noctua fan and some of their ugly colours.

    A lot of people were waiting for this moment because the market is crowded with units which have mediocre fans or are extremely noisy. Now, with the new NOCTUA NP-P1, they will have the opportunity to enjoy true silence, with one of the most reliable power supplies in the world, featuring 80 Plus Platinum efficiency, our class-leading NF-F13 135mm fan with SSO2 bearing, a 6-year warranty, along with high-end quality components like Japanese capacitors.

    This product lineup has been engineered with the Austrian Institute for Power Electronics Efficiency and Performance (Ă–sterreichisches Institut fĂĽr Leistungselektronik Effizienz und Leistung, Ă–IFLEL), and manufactured at the best factories in China.
    The brand will also release CHROMAX units with their first LED fans, specifically in beige colour, and also the "NP-P1 DE" edition for the German market, which will be multi-rail, with up to ten 12V rails, trying to satisfy German users.

    PSU PICTURES : https://imgur.com/a/rVcWk

    Unfortunately, the brand has not been kind enough to provide the pinout of these power supplies, while detailed specifications and prices aren't known for now.

    Happy April Fools 2018 from the Ă–IFLEL
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    No coil whine warranty..... they better know what they signed up for...

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    Nice work whoever designed this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipus II View Post
    Nice work whoever designed this
    It was the Austrian Institute for Power Electronics Efficiency and Performance (Österreichisches Institut für Leistungselektronik Effizienz und Leistung, ÖIFLEL), just like the Austrian Institute for Heat-Transmission and Fan Technology (Österreichisches Institut für Wärmeübertragung und Ventilatorentechnik, ÖIWV)

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    What the actual FUCK?

    We put our fan in a Chinese made PSU that was designed in Taiwan.... DESIGNED IN AUSTRIA!!!

    That makes me want to punch faces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    What the actual FUCK?

    We put our fan in a Chinese made PSU that was designed in Taiwan.... DESIGNED IN AUSTRIA!!!

    That makes me want to punch faces.
    Pffff, still better than Corsair, who "only slap their label on PSUs from OEMs", and do nothing else... /s

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    Can't believe I forgot it was April Fools. :-(

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    @breixobaloca congratulations
    best regards
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    I wanted it to be real. You can't get brown LEDs anywhere else!

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    It was funny


    What "common" Hardware brands haven't released any power supplies yet? I can only think of Kingston, Noctua and AMD.


    Even Cryorig was close to release their weird concept.

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