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    Default Super Flower Leadex III ARGB Gold 850W review @ TechPowerUp

    The cooperation with EVGA seems to be at an end, but Super Flower is still alive and kicking, releasing new models while trying to move deeper into the retail market. The latest variation of the Leadex III lines features ARGB lighting and 80 PLUS Gold and Cybenetics ETA-A efficiency certifications.

    There are four Leadex III ARGB models with capacities ranging from 850 W to 550 W. They are not available in the US yet. In Europe, prices including VAT range from 110 to 150. The price difference to the plain Leadex III units without ARGB ranges from 20 to 24. Another difference is that the ARGB models only have two ECO modes instead of the three the non-ARGB units feature, which is not a major issue because the difference in noise output between the two ECO modes of the non-ARGB units is low. ARGB is a welcome feature for those with a windowed chassis that doesn't hide the power supply.
    https://www.techpowerup.com/review/s...gb-gold-850-w/

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    If you like RGB this is a great option. If you don't need RGB there are obviously much better options.

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    At least now when someone asks for a PSU with an RGB modular panel I'll have something to recommend them.

    What's the purpose of the ventilation holes on the side of the PSU casing near the fan mount? When installed in a case wouldn't they be very close to the side panel or PSU shroud?


    PS. Nice Punisher T-Shirt, Aris

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