The Super Flower Leadex VII Gold 1000 is among the first ATX v3.0 and PCIe 5.0 compatible PSUs from this manufacturer, offering high performance, keeping up with the Leadex models legacy.
Super Flower became known worldwide through its collaboration with EVGA, which brought us products like the legendary G2, P2, and T2 models. There were times when Super Flower led the race in performance and efficiency. Still, it stopped being in the spotlight for several reasons, especially when its exclusive cooperation with EVGA ended. EVGA is now in deep financial problems, and Super Flower is pushing more on selling products under its own name, as Seasonic does, and doesn’t seem to care so much anymore for selling platforms to other brands. I am happy to see Super Flower pushing new products on the market because this manufacturer has potential. We need more players in the field to provide potential buyers with a wider range of options.
The Super Flower Leadex VII Gold 1000 is a high-capacity PSU that meets the ATX v3.0 and PCIe 5.0 requirements. It has compact dimensions, measuring 150mm in depth, and is equipped with a 140mm fan from a brand I had never heard of before. Hong Hua fans, widely used nowadays, might be out of reach for smaller production manufacturers, so SF had to use another brand.