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[SOLD] FS: Lepa G1600-MA 1600W PSU

Will Ship To: US50, CA

Howdy, forum peoples. This is my first time posting something for sale here, so please be gentle smile.gif

Some of you may know me as one of the power supply reviewers on staff at jonnyGURU.com. When I get through with a review unit, I often like to sell it to make up for the costs of load testing the larger units. And they do not come any larger than this one in North America. Yes, I'm looking to part with my Lepa 1600W review sample.

The Lepa 1600W is an Enermax built fully modular unit only 180mm long, which is impressive enough when you consider that this one did full power at 43 degrees, which is above the rated operating temp spec on it. This is a six way 12V design with a combined limit of 133A. It's an 80 Plus Gold certified unit, and I had no trouble getting it to do Gold during testing.

As for power quality, with only 20mV measured on the 12V rails at full power, you're not going to find a unit much better than this one. And then there's the lack of competition... there is nothing else at this power level available in North America. Sure, there's the Ultra 1600W, but that one requires a 20A circuit and only maxes out at 117A on the 12V. This one does not require a 20A circuit and line cord, but I do recommend running it on one anyway if possible if you plan to max it out regularly.

I could go on and on about this unit. It has 10 PCI-E connectors. Two EPS12V and one ATX12V. The fan runs a while after power off to help cool the case. Did I mention it's fully modular?

The review with more pics of this exact unit can be found here.

Comes with full retail packaging. Cosmetically, it's 9.9/10. Couldn't remove all traces of the warranty sticker. And on that subject, it does come with a 90 day guarantee from yours truly. I have to void the warranty to get a review done, so I like to add one of my own afterward. Haven't needed to make good on it in years, but it's just something to say I stand behind what I sell. I'm an electronics tech by trade with 24 years of experience - I don't let any little issue get past me when I put these back together. I see loose heatsink screws, I threadlock them. Component leads too long? I trim them. 12V outputs use middling parts? I'll often upgrade them. I did find a pinched wire inside this unit while I had it apart for the review - this has been fixed. I double heatshrinked it... didn't need to, but I like going the extra mile. Also touched up some other solder joints. After re-assembly it was load tested at 1300W to insure proper working order... it's not going to fail. Forget 90 days, it'll probably last 90 months now.

As this is going to ship in a BIG box, shipping is not included in the price. I can probably give you a bit of a discount, but it depends where you are. The closer you are to me, the cheaper it will be. Shipping will be USPS/Canada Post, with full insurance.

Payment to be via Paypal only if in the US (CC ok), Paypal or email money transfer in Canada.

MSRP on this bad boy is $329, and it is not on the market yet. Right now, I have just about the only one you can buy. This unit has less than 6 hours of runtime on it... it's practically new. Any questions? Just ask. Note that this unit is listed for sale elsewhere... first come, first served.

I don't have an iTrader rep yet, but I do have a flawless Heatware record here.

Price: $265 USD.

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Edited by Oklahoma Wolf - 5/5/12 at 2:39pm
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Isn't $265 the resellers cost? I know that you're offering a 90 day personal warranty for the PSU, but shouldn't you offer it for no more than $235 (plus FREE USPS Priority Mail Medium Flat Rate Shipping - Insured), as the FULL 3 YEAR warranty is now VOID? I say this because usually bad things don't typically happen within 3 to 6 months of using a product like this. Usually it's after that time when issues (more typically than not) occur. I know that you don't want to lose any more than what you paid for it, but I'm just saying.

I do have to say though, that was...

thumbsupsmiley.pngthumbsupsmiley.pngthumbsupsmiley.pngTHE BEST, MOST THOROUGH REVIEW I'VE READ !!! thumbsupsmiley.pngthumbsupsmiley.pngthumbsupsmiley.png

As well as your many others PSU reviews that I've seen so far. In fact you're STILL THE FIRST AND ONLY REVIEWER OUT THERE that has reviewed the LEPA G1600 in "PC FORUM LAND" (as of today 05-03-12), I really hope that Ecomaster gave you this sample to review and you didn't have to pay what it cost them to have you review it.

PS - You were the deciding factor for me getting one of these bad boys to use on my current set up, so thank you... biggrin.gif
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MSRP is $329 on this unit... nowhere near $235.

Can't do free shipping - I'm in Canada. I've already priced out the shipping to several places stateside, and on a unit this big it is not cheap at all. I can bend a little bit, but I'm not looking to lose my shirt on it frown.gif

As for warranty... that's why I load test them again when they go back together. If they're going to fail, that's when they do. Forget 3-6 months - they usually die immediately or they don't die at all. I have been known to offer big discounts on units that fail outside my warranty.

I'm actually at the point now where I only run units I've had apart. I've seen too many variances in build quality from even the best of them to just accept that they're going to work.

That's definitely a valid concern, though. I guess it just comes down to this... would you rather have a unit that came off the line without being checked, or one that had an electronics tech with 24+ years under his belt taking care of all the little things he finds wrong in it wink.gif
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MSRP is $329 on this unit... nowhere near $235.
Can't do free shipping - I'm in Canada. I've already priced out the shipping to several places stateside, and on a unit this big it is not cheap at all. I can bend a little bit, but I'm not looking to lose my shirt on it frown.gif
As for warranty... that's why I load test them again when they go back together. If they're going to fail, that's when they do. Forget 3-6 months - they usually die immediately or they don't die at all. I have been known to offer big discounts on units that fail outside my warranty.
I'm actually at the point now where I only run units I've had apart. I've seen too many variances in build quality from even the best of them to just accept that they're going to work.
That's definitely a valid concern, though. I guess it just comes down to this... would you rather have a unit that came off the line without being checked, or one that had an electronics tech with 24+ years under his belt taking care of all the little things he finds wrong in it wink.gif

You have a point there, so if anyone is going to buy it then, they should get it from you. thumb.gif

I do KNOW how much they cost; it's $265. That's the resellers cost, so I'm not going by the MSRP but what you may have paid for it. If you paid more than $265, then I guess you ARE selling it for a discount for the other person who is willing to buy it is getting a great deal. Unfortunately if you did pay retail then that is not good. I believe any company that knows you by now should give it to you for free (since you do an amazing job in thoroughly testing these units) or if for nothing else, sell it to you at cost. So did you buy it at $265 and just want what you paid for it?
    
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Where's that? Got a link? Maybe send me a PM if so, so we don't run afoul of the rules here. Newegg's got 'em right now for $329.

If it's really going for that cheap, I have no problem dropping the price. Also, offers are welcome.

I make next to nothing on reviews, so I depend on these to put food on the table. Need to get all I can for them.
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Where's that? Got a link? Maybe send me a PM if so, so we don't run afoul of the rules here. Newegg's got 'em right now for $329.
If it's really going for that cheap, I have no problem dropping the price. Also, offers are welcome.
I make next to nothing on reviews, so I depend on these to put food on the table. Need to get all I can for them.

Maybe you don't understand what I mean by "resellers" price as opposed to MSRP (or for that matter MAP), but I will define it for you.

Resellers Cost: What the retail or online business purchases the item for (to resell that product to the consumer for the higher MSRP or MAP to make their profit for the business).

MSRP: Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (the price that is sold to the consumer).

MAP: Minimal Allowable Price (this is the lowest allowable price that can be sold to the consumer).

I hope you now understand the differences or Reseller, MSRP (and MAP as an extra bonus wink.gif ).

I'm saying what I'm saying because your comments lean more toward that you paid for this and I also see that Ecomaster provided you a sample. So did they give it to you or did you pay for it? If you did pay for it then that's not good; especially since you're the reviewer of the product.

Any company like Ecomaster (or ANY company for that matter) should GIVE YOU THE PRODUCT to fully review and your payment should be to KEEP the product and not have ANY company have the to ask for it back. That's called: THANK YOU FOR REVIEWING AND ADVERTISING OUR PRODUCT. They need to do this because you have an amazing "resume" of reliable reviews, and then guys like me who read your thorough reviews will go and PURCHASE the product. So I hope they truly supplied you a the sample and now you're seeking funds so you can do more reviews like this.

Mind you I was VERY SCEPTICAL on getting this PSU because it's a new item and I don't know much about LEPA (but I do know about Silverstone and their ST1500). I then found out it was Ecomaster who sells a very similar PSU called: the MAXREVO 1350W that have very high rated reviews on Newegg.com & Amazon.com. That (as well as reading your review beforehand) is what helped me to make my decision on purchasing this the LEPA G1600 (since they seem to be more closely matched in their internal design).

Again I say, if anyone is going to buy this PSU, they should get it from you. I hope that you sell this very soon... thumb.gif



More info that you may or may not care about (but it's related and I feel very important to mention).

I can comment on this topic because I too have a business that I have to give product out for reviews (from time to time) and I NEVER ask for the item back, except in the case of how reliable that person is in showing us proof that they are going to review the product and how many people are actually going to see this online or what have you. Example: if it's some guy that has a YouTube channel that has fewer hits than we do on our product, then I would agree to sending it (at our cost) and have them review it and then pay for the shipping back in exchange for them wanting to do the review. If we see that they have done their part to the point of us receiving more orders as a result, (and that's very easy to do by asking the customers what motivated them to purchase our product). Then we will either give the reviewer one of our products (of our choice) or we may give them the resellers cost of the item they desire.

Of course if it's a big publication that has tens of thousands of reliable viewers and/or readers, then we would give them the product to review and not ask for it in return as a courtesy and/or thank you. It's called:

“one hand washing the other” - PERIOD, new paragraph...

Lastly, this took me a good clip to write this comment (review), so I understand how much work you put into all of what you do, so thank you... cool.gif
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I should add that of the more than hundred review unit's I've sold thus far over at OCForums, the ones that fail are the ones I don't have apart. Of the ones I've had apart, I think I've only had to make good on the warranty twice. One of those was a legit failure, the other was a motherboard incompatibility. That one, I took it back, sent out another unit of similar size to the buyer, re-tested it, and then sold it again when it proved to be still working.

That unit was a Coolmax 1350W and is still working for its second owner to this date.

I'd have no problem running this unit in my own rig. In fact, I may just do that if it doesn't sell too quick. Don't need it, but I really like it.

As for price, I'm going to leave it where it is until I see a reason to change it.
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I should add that of the more than hundred review unit's I've sold thus far over at OCForums, the ones that fail are the ones I don't have apart. Of the ones I've had apart, I think I've only had to make good on the warranty twice. One of those was a legit failure, the other was a motherboard incompatibility. That one, I took it back, sent out another unit of similar size to the buyer, re-tested it, and then sold it again when it proved to be still working.
That unit was a Coolmax 1350W and is still working for its second owner to this date.
I'd have no problem running this unit in my own rig. In fact, I may just do that if it doesn't sell too quick. Don't need it, but I really like it.
As for price, I'm going to leave it where it is until I see a reason to change it.

Well, I'm running mine now testing out my water loop and it works fine so far. The only thing is I have my other ST1500 and to try to rewire everything might be a bit much. I might use it for another build later. Not sure yet. But both PSUs are powerhouses. Honestly with the testing that you did, I don't think there's a better PSU out there that is not only the most powerful, but also the most stable...

BTW, you really should throw it on eBay and entitle it:

LEPA G1600 PSU ENERMAX MAXREVO 1350 PLATIMAX SILVERSTONE ST1500

That way anyone looking for Enermax, MaxRevo, Platimax or Silverstone ST1500 PSU products in their title searching will find you. It's cheesy, but it works; especially since you're the reviewer and can post your linked review for all eBayers to see. Just my thought. That's what I would do to sell it quick... Later... cool.gif
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I'm really interested and I live in Canada. I need a good PSU equivalent to the ST 1500 and platimax 1500 ?? will it be good enough?
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Yep biggrin.gif

Sold to KaRLiToS pending payment... thanks for the business. Nice to see this go to someone who actually needs this kind of power smile.gif
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