Lian Li SP750 (750W PSU) review

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This unit delivers enough power for most daily users, providing 62 A on the +12 V rail,  so the unit should manage a single 1080 (Ti), RTX 2080 (Ti), RTX 3080, or Radeon RX Vega 64. Two might be at the edge of this PSU’s capability (especially when overclocked, same as the CPU). 

 

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The PSU is black (brushed aluminum), and it does look good with some silver accents (e.g., metallic plate right below the fan).

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You can see the whole collection in this section. Some of you will take pleasure in the view. Because the cables are all black (and the ATX, PCIe, and EPS cables are braided), they should be suitable for the majority of users. Additionally, they are sufficient in terms of both quantity and duration. Two sets of 6+2 pin PCIe cables are included, with lengths of 525 and 400 mm, respectively. At 30 cm, the 24-pin ATX motherboard cable is the same length as the 8-pin ATX CPU leads, which are 52 cm in length. The overall length of the SATA cable is 475 mm, while the length of the Molex cable is 480 mm. Because these cables are modular, you won't have to worry about plugging in the ones you don't need in your system, which will help to reduce cable clutter in your PC. We should be able to locate high-quality components within, according to the manufacturer, so let's have a look inside.


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Description

Cable Count

Connector Count (Total)

24 pin ATX (300 mm)

1

1

4+4 pin EPS12V (450+70 mm)

1

2

6+2 pin PCIe (400+125 mm)

1

2

6+2 pin PCIe (400 mm)

1

1

SATA (115 mm+120 mm+120 mm+120 mm)

2

8

Molex  (120 mm+120 mm+120 mm+120 mm)

1

4


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There is, of course, an on/off switch as well. Next page, please.

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