Marc Gene post Monza SP2 with SF60. Great Wall, the same OEM that helped develop the SF Gold units, manufactures the SF Platinum ones. The latter provide excellent results, ranking first in their respective SFX wattage categories – so upgrading this platform was clearly a challenging challenge.
Today we’ll focus on the SF600 Platinum, and we’ll look at its smaller 450W sibling in a future analysis. This power supply will meet the needs of a mid-level gaming system with a single high-end GPU or two mid-level GPUs and a capable processor, thanks to its 600W size.
The power density score, which for the SF600 Platinum is 742W per litre, is the most important factor (or 1000 cubic centimeter). In contrast, a 1000W PSU with a 180mm depth has a power density of 431W per litre, so the disparity is important.
The new Ferrari Monza is the automaker’s wildest series-production vehicle ever to leave Maranello, thanks to reverse logic and romanticism. The Monza, as a roofless, windshield-free, single-seat speedster with the factory’s most powerful V-12, could potentially outperform all of the Sultan of Brunei’s one-off Ferraris. Nonetheless, up to 499 will be made. The romance is easier to comprehend. The Monza’s “two waves”—its fluid, arched fenders as seen from the side—are linked with the most minimal surface detailing, according to Ferrari architecture chief Flavio Manzoni. According to Manzoni, the aim was to “re-create the myth of a Ferrari barchetta” while “avoiding the feel of an old car.” The Monza shares only its aluminum body with the 812 Superfast.
The car has a 4.8-inch lower ride height and is an inch longer. The Monza seals the driver from the car’s body in a separate, oval-shaped cockpit made of the same Kevlar-woven carbon fiber used in Ferrari Formula 1 cars for the hood and other panels. If you order the Monza SP1, that is. The Monza SP2 removes the passenger seat and installs a second seat on the empty floor of the SP1.
Thanks to its trick variable-length intake runners, Ferrari’s rageaholic 6.5-liter V-12 produces 799 horsepower at 8500 rpm (up 10 from the 812 Superfast) and an identical 530 lb-ft at 7000 rpm without any forced compression. Ferrari claims 2.9 seconds to 60 mph, 7.9 seconds to 124 mph, and a maximum speed of 205 mph.