Lian-Li shows two high wattage SFX-L PSUs

Lian-Li shows two high wattage SFX-L PSUs

Lian Li has announced two new power supply units that feature the SFX-L standard. The good news here is that they allow people who use such computers to enjoy high wattage and excellent stability. This also means that they can update their computer systems with newer components with no problems at all.

The new PSUs are called PE-550 and PE-750 and both of them feature a fully modular design and small form factor chassis. The PSUs provide 550W and 750W, respectively, and feature 80 Plus Gold efficiency. Both use a near-silent 120 mm cooling fan, which does not spin when the PSU load is under 30 per cent. Designed with a single +12V rail the PE-550 and PE-750 also come with an adapting plate for ATX-sized mounts.

The new Lian Li PE-550 and PE-750 PSUs are available now for USD 115 and USD 169, respectively.

Source: Lian Li

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