Lian Li SP750 750W SFX Power Supply Review
Mike Sanders / 1 month ago
Lian Li might be one of the most respected names when it comes to their highly unique PC chassis designs and peripherals that go alongside them, but in terms of power supplies, while they have released models in the past, by and large, these have pretty much few and far between. Offering SFF (small form factor) consumers an amazing new option. However, the Lian Li SP750 has just been released and, for such a small package, this power supply packs an amazingly potent punch!
Lian Li SP750
Designed as an SFX form factor power supply, while the Lian Li SP750 is small in stature, it packs plenty of amazing features that one would usually associate (or expect to see more prevalent) with full-sized designs. Coming with a fully modular cable design, 80-Plus Gold efficiency rating, and a ‘Zero’ fan mode to ensure low levels of acoustic output, for the savvy consumer the SP750 ticks pretty much all of the right boxes. And better still, with its SFX design, this might just be the perfect PSU choice for anyone looking to build their next compact PC system!
Although for this review we will specifically be checking out the 750 watt model, we should note that an 850 watt (SP850) variant is also set to be released (as we understand it at the time of writing) within the next couple of weeks.
- 80 Plus Gold Efficiency
- ZERO RPM mode under 40% load for silent operation
- Sleek and classic exterior with brush aluminium housing
- Fully modular braided cables for clean look
- Japanese capacitors designed for high durability
- 5 Year Warranty
For more detailed specifications, please visit the official Lian Li website via the link here!
Despite being an SFX design, the Lian Li SP750 is surprisingly much more generous with its cabling than the vast majority of its competition. Offering you effectively 3 full-sized PCI-E cables (on either 1 individual strip or a 2) despite clearly being touted to the small form factor PC design, I can honestly see no reason why you shouldn’t be able to hook up everything within your average gaming desktop successfully.