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Strange how Enermax keeps releasing high end products under the Lepa brand. You'd expect something of this caliber to have the Enermax name on it. I wonder if they will still charge the usual Enermax tax.

Maybe they use Enermax in NA and Lepa in Asia/EU (could be wrong) since the product is not for north american.
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Maybe they use Enermax in NA and Lepa in Asia/EU (could be wrong) since the product is not for north american.

You can buy Lepa in NA. I actually have a G1600.
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Does anyone else find it funny how enthusiasts keep upping the power consumption of their systems while the lithography drops to lower and lower numbers? biggrin.gif
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Need to get one of these bad boys for my new APU HTPC build....
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Does anyone else find it funny how enthusiasts keep upping the power consumption of their systems while the lithography drops to lower and lower numbers? biggrin.gif

I do but miners frown.gif
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