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Lian Li debuts new form factor with Platinum-rated EDGE power supplies

Lian Li is debuting something very interesting this week. A month on from Computex, Lian Li is now showcasing its new power supplies, utilising a brand new form factor created with dual-chamber cases in mind.

The new Lian Li Edge series PSUs use a new T-shape design, allowing you to install the PSU vertically and separate your cables for each chamber. A built-in USB expansion hub enables easy connectivity for fans, RGB LEDs and controllers, while industrial-grade EPCOS capacitors will keep the unit reliable and stable for years to come. Lian Li is so confident in these power supplies that it has committed to a 10-year warranty for each model.

In the table below, you can find the full spec sheet for the Lian Li Edge 1300W power supply:

Model EDGE 1300
ATX12V Version v3.1
DC Output Cables Fully Modular
Dimensions (D)182 mm X (W)86mm X (H)150 mm
Color Black / White
Material Steel
PFC Active PFC, PF > 0.90 under full load @ 115Vac, 60Hz
Input Rating 100-240Vac 15-7.5A 50-60Hz
Max. DC Output 1300W
Combined +12V 1296W
Combined +3.3 & +5V 120W
Fan Spec 120mm FDB
Fan RPM 2400RPM
Fanless Mode Yes
Noise Level 33.61dBA
Working Temperature 40 Celcius
Warranty 10 Years

All of these specifications remain the same for the 1000W and 850W versions of the Edge PSU. As you would expect, these units are also ATX 3.1 and PCIe 5.1 compliant, fully modular and come with Platinum efficiency certifications from 80Plus, Cybenetics and PPLP. These PSUs will be available in black and white versions, with the white variants costing $10 more. The 1000W version is expected to sell for $189.99 (black) or $199.99 (white), while the 1300W version will cost $229.99 for the black version and $239.99 for the white.

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