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    Default Super Flower's new product lineup

    https://quasarzone.com/bbs/qn_report/views/110944


    LEADEX V PLATINUM (SF-XXXF14TP)
    LEADEX P III PRO (SF-XXXF14PE)
    LEGION G VII PRO
    LEADEX III ARGB GOLD PRO

    design looks very nice


    https://quasarzone.com/bbs/qc_plan/views/13252

    LEADEX V PLATINUM preview

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    The Legion G VII looks like a nice affordable PSU. It looks like a successor to the Golden Green series, which where also quite affordable. All Leadex series after the Golden Green series did cost a lot more.

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    Super Flower didn't make affordable PSU for many years because of factory workload. EVGA worldwide sales were impressively good, so factory capacity was maxed out anyway. Super Flower's own factory is very nice but also very small. I's only 1.5 lines. Technically it's two assembly lines, but in real life I wouldn't consider the 2nd line a full production line. They subcontracted many models to Highpower, HEC and RSY but still had major problems keeping up with demand. I cannot say a bad word about the units assembled in other factory to be honest. They always made sure quality was the same and spent countless hours in partner factory for both teaching and checks. When the cooperation with EVGA ended they reduced subcontracting a lot because total demand dropped badly. Now they have time to do own mass market models again. Demand is recovering though, they have been setting up new partners. In the US, they sell on Amazon and some other platforms now.

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