Friday, June 25th 2021

​LIAN LI Launches Fully Modular 750W SFX PSU - SP750

LIAN LI Industrial Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of aluminium chassis and PC accessories, announces the SP750, a fully modular SFX size PSU. Perfect for power-hungry small form factor builds, the new 750 watt PSU features reliable Japanese capacitors, an 80 PLUS Gold certification, and a 5-year warranty. Built in a sleek and classic brushed aluminium housing with braided cables, the SP750 also runs quietly with its ZERO RPM mode under 40% load.

LIAN LI features an elegant and classic-looking SFX PSU with a brushed aluminium finish and braided modular cables, giving users the flexibility to utilize only the necessary cables to power their PC components, the flexible and braided motherboard, CPU, and PCIe cables enhance the system's aesthetics.
Efficient and durable
Designed to deliver stable power with high efficiency, the SP750 has an 80 PLUS GOLD rating to deliver 87% and more of the drawn power at 20% to 100% load. The high-efficiency rating means less power is converted to heat, which is why the SP750 operates silently with a fan profile of zero RPM while under 40% load. In addition, the SP750 uses Japanese Electrolytic capacitors, which have a reputation for high-grade electrolyte, great manufacturing quality, and performance capability under high temperatures, preventing any leaks, overheating, or unwanted evaporation that can damage other PC components.

Available in black, the SP750 opens for pre-order starting June 25th, 2021, at MSRP 129.99 (global), USD 139.99 (USA). The O11D MINI bundled with non-braided cables version of the SP750 is expected to be available for pre-orders on Newegg and Caseking in mid-July at a discounted price of USD 189.99. For more information, visit the official product page: https://lian-li.com/product/sp750/

The LIAN LI SP750 is now available from Newegg (MSRP USD 139.99)

The LIAN LI SP750 is now available from Caseking (MSRP EUR 129.99)

The LIAN LI SP750 is now available from Overclockers UK (MSRP GBP 94.99)

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14 Comments on ​LIAN LI Launches Fully Modular 750W SFX PSU - SP750

#1
Bayfront Benny
Are Lian Li cables interchangeable with Corsair cables?
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#2
Mescalamba
87%

Gold

With today electricity pricing.

Hard pass.
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#3
juular
Mescalamba87%

Gold

With today electricity pricing.

Hard pass.
Yeah, 2-3% difference with 80+ Platinum / Titanium would make a huge difference LMAO.
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#4
dirtyferret
Mescalamba87%

Gold

With today electricity pricing.

Hard pass.
not sure where you live or what your electricity prices are but for me going with platinum over gold will save me about $2-3 per year
also gold hits 90% efficiency at 50% load.
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#5
MDWiley
Oh man, the brushed finish and grill design look amazing. I hope they do an 850W variant in the future.
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#7
Gmr_Chick
$140 USD? Yeah, no thanks, Lian Li. I'll stick with Seasonic.
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#8
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Bayfront BennyAre Lian Li cables interchangeable with Corsair cables?
NO! the end that plugs into the psu is proprietary to the maker
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#9
jaszy
dirtyferretnot sure where you live or what your electricity prices are but for me going with platinum over gold will save me about $2-3 per year
also gold hits 90% efficiency at 50% load.
Oh man $2-3! were saving hella money
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#10
Timelessest
Gmr_Chick$140 USD? Yeah, no thanks, Lian Li. I'll stick with Seasonic.
It's a sfx model though. I don't think seasonic has a 750w sfx.
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#11
walker15130
TimelessestIt's a sfx model though. I don't think seasonic has a 750w sfx.
They are about to have those. They've announced Focus SPX (platinum) and SGX (gold) in 650/750W variants and SFX size about a month ago.
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#12
Timelessest
walker15130They are about to have those. They've announced Focus SPX (platinum) and SGX (gold) in 650/750W variants and SFX size about a month ago.
Nice, I hope they release a 800/850w sfx too.
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#13
Operandi
MDWileyOh man, the brushed finish and grill design look amazing. I hope they do an 850W variant in the future.
Looks better than most of their current case lineup.
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#14
Rais
In my country Corsair SFX are better priced and performance are good, plus the 7 year warranty
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