Super Flower Leadex Titanium ATX v3.0 1600W PSU Review

Box & Bundle

The box is large, and its design has remained the same all these years for most SF products. It seems SF doesn’t care much about the package’s design, and to be frank, I don’t, either, as long as it provides good protection, which is the case here.

Product Photos

This is a massive PSU, reminding me of the old good days. You need to ensure that your chassis can accommodate it before you buy it or get a compatible one. The exterior design, with the punched fan grille, is the same as in the previous Leadex units. Since I got an early sample, the power specifications sticker is a plain piece of paper.

The modular panel has 18x sockets; on it, we also find the switch for toggling on/off the PSU’s semi-passive operation. This switch should be on the PSU’s front side, not here, to be easier accessible.


Modular Cables
Description Cable Count Connector Count (Total) Gauge In Cable Capacitors
ATX connector 24 pin (600mm) 1 1 16-22AWG Yes
4+4 pin EPS12V (750mm) 2 2 16-22AWG Yes
6+2 pin PCIe (750mm+150mm) 5 10 16-22AWG Yes
6+2 pin PCIe (750mm) 4 4 16-22AWG Yes
12+2 pin PCIe (600mm) (600W) 1 1 16-24AWG No
SATA (550mm+100mm+100mm+100mm) 3 12 18-20AWG No
SATA (550mm+100mm) / 4-pin Molex (+100mm+100mm) 1 2 / 2 18AWG No
4-pin Molex (550mm+100mm+100mm) 1 3 18AWG No
FDD Adapter (100mm) 2 2 20AWG No
AC Power Cord (1680mm) – C19 coupler 1 1 16AWG

The ATX and EPS cables are sleeved, while all the rest are flat. All are stealthy, using black wires, which make my life difficult to identify the rails, but they look nicer. This is another fine example of looks prevailing over usability. The provided number of cables and connectors is vast, and SF used in-cable caps, besides thicker gauges, for the ATX, EPS, and PCIe cables, so cable management will be challenging. Moreover, the distance between the peripheral connectors is small, at only 100mm. I suggest 150mm, at least, especially for the 4-pin Molex connectors.

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2 thoughts on “Super Flower Leadex Titanium ATX v3.0 1600W PSU Review

  1. Super Flower Leadex Titanium ATX v3.0 1600W PSU

    I cannot find a Super Flower Leadex Titanium 1600W PSU that also denotes it as ATX v3.0 compatible.
    I’ve seen ones with a box exactly as you depict in this review (which also does not say ATX v3.0 on it anywhere), with everything the same except without the 600W PCIe 5.0 / Gen 5 12VHPWR PSU Cable. I have seen that cable available separately however and it states it is compatible with the Leadex 1600W Titanium.

    I think the only Super Flower PSU’s I’ve seen that denote ATX v3.0 on them are the Leadex VII XG’s.

    So I am a bit confused. Can you clarify the ATX v3.0 compatibility of this unit?

    Thank you for all your testing and posting it for us to review!

  2. Great review as always, thank you aris.

    I wonder what happened to the digital psu platform that Superflower showed way back during Computex 2015, it was never mentioned again outside of that event.

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