Taiwanese Lian Li is without a doubt best known for his computer chassis, and then mainly for his models made of aluminum. After gradually losing market share over the past decade, the company made a grand comeback a few years ago, with an investment that led to several popular enthusiast-oriented chassis, not least a broadening of the range of coolers and fans.
Another area that Lian Li has dipped his toes into is power supplies, and then mainly according to the smaller region’s form factors. Today we will take a look at the company’s latest investment in that area in the form of the model SP750 – a fully modular SFX unit of 750 W with 80 Plus Gold certification. The focus is not entirely unexpected on the growing segment of SFF construction, but the question is whether the chassis maker has what it takes to compete in this tough market?
Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.
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