Lian Li describes the SP750 as the PSU designed for power-hungry small form factor builds, offering 750W output, feature reliable Japanese capacitors, an 80 PLUS Gold certification, and a 5-year warranty, all packed in a sleek aluminum SFX form-factor housing with a fully modular design with braided cables. Lian Li also equipped it with ZERO RPM mode, which kicks off when the PSU is under 40 percent load, and maximum fan noise of 31.8dBA.
According to provided specifications, the SP750 measures at 100x63.5x125mm, offers 100W on +3.3V and +5V rails as well as 744W on combined +12V rails, has Active PFC (PF)>0.9 at full load, and 91.89 percent maximum efficiency. It comes with single 24/20-pin 300mm motherboard cable, 2x8/4-pin CPU ATX 12V (450-70mm) cable, 8/6+2-pin PCIe (400mm) cable, 2x8/6+2-pin PCIe (400-120mm) cable, two 4xSATA (120-120-120-120mm) cables, and one 4x4-pun peripheral (120-120-120-120mm) cable.
As noted, the Lian Li SP750 is backed by a 5-year warranty and is already available at Newegg.com for $139.99, Caseking.de at €129.99, and Overclockers.co.uk at GBP 109.99.