ROG releases SFX-L "Rocky" power supply

ROG released a small power supply in the SFX-L specification at this year's CES, named "Rocky", which echoes the previously launched ATX power supply "Sol". ROG has officially released the new SFX-L Loki series 80+ Platinum-certified power supplies, which will start offering 750W, 850W, and 1000W models this year. In addition to these models, Asus has also promised a 1200W model. The length of the SFX-L power supply is generally 125x125x63.5mm, which is used for small ITX hosts.

According to reports, the ASUS ROG Loki series power supply supports the PCIe 5.0 16 pin power interface standard and can provide up to 600 watts of power for compatible graphics cards. The ASUS ROG Loki power supply has a built-in 120mm fan with RGB lighting and uses ASUS' Axial-tech technology to provide a higher level of air pressure than standard power supply fans. The device's fans support Aura Sync lighting effects, allowing users to match the power supply's lighting effects to the rest of the device.

Asus plans to launch the SFX-L ROG Loki series of power supplies this year with a 10-year manufacturer's warranty. This series of power supplies are expected to be released at the National Bank press conference soon.

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