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LEPA Gold Series 750W Power Supply Review

Manufacturer: LEPA

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The LEPA Gold 750W power supply features a dark gray hamertone finish with gold lettering and measures 160mm (6.3”) deep. It uses a single 140mm fan on the bottom for cooling.

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The backside panel features an open grill and includes a power receptacle and master On-Off switch.  The honey comb grill allows air to exhaust out of the power supply for cooling the internal components with minimal turbulence and noise.

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The LEPA G-750 uses a 140mm, Yate Loon Electronics fan (D14BH-12) that incorporates dual ball bearings for enhanced reliability and long life and is rated for 0.7A at 12 VDC.

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As we mentioned earlier, Channel Well is the OEM LEPA’s new LEPA Gold Series PSUs instead of Enermax who manufactured previous G Series models.

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The LEPA G-750 features all Japanese made capacitors and a mix of traditional electrolytic and the newer solid polymer capacitors. The single primary cap is made by Nippon Chemi-Con and rated for 390 uF, 400 V, and 105°C.

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November 27, 2012 | 10:50 PM - Posted by rrplay

Seems like a very reasonably priced contender in the 750W range of 80+ Gold PSUs. Have to say that because of this review I certainly would consider it as a replacement or upgrade [situation-pending]. & Thanks for the review.

December 3, 2012 | 04:59 PM - Posted by Porras (not verified)

The cooling is ridiculous inside this one. The fan has to spin quite fast even at moderate load.
Add the fact that the fan itself is complete crap and you get one of the loudest PSU i've ever heard... It's louder than an overclocked GTX570.
I'm really considering voiding my warranty just to change the fan and those cooling plates if the screws are accessible.

January 17, 2013 | 11:04 AM - Posted by WillRock (not verified)

The screws ARE extremely easily accesable... to change the PSU fan, ALL you need to do is to unscrew 4 screws and take out the shroud... though, BE careful with that. Make pretty damn SURE you discharge the capacitors before you open up your unit. There's deadly charge can that be hidden behind those two big primary capacitors.

October 6, 2013 | 10:34 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Cant confirm that.
I have an absolute silent machine (you cant tell if its on or off unless looking at the LEDs or monitor)
running watercooling with external fanless radiator, gtx670 with 3 92mm silent fans and MB controlled noiseblocker case fans 11dB, and i cant hear the psu fan.

I even unplugged all case fans and stopped the gpu fans manually and still nothing from the psu...

Of course running a cheaper/older case with top mounted psu (instead of bottom) and not enuf airflow in a cramped case would make any psu-fan turn up on rpm...

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