To the left you can see a chord guard, fixing the AC power cord tightly to avoid accidental shutdowns of your PC. Also included is a free and totally awesome new fan as well, it's the Apollish UCAP12, which is the most bling fan in the world... you don't believe me? Well check out the following video then:
The Apollish series of case fans was first introduced like a year ago and are equipped with colored LED lights. The Apollish Vegas fan included is a 120mm version and has 18 LEDs that enable several lighting themes. The 12cm models have an RPM of 800-2000 RPM, they include a Twister bearing, detachable fan blades, high-resistance glossy coating.
There is one top fan, really a very quiet 13.9cm sized fan. It comes with RPM control and thus guarantees cool performance and silent operation. There's a pretty nice and optimal airflow throughout the PSU. The PSU has an ATX design yet is slightly more lengthy, it'll fit in any chassis though, its dimensions are: 150mm x 86mm x 190mm (W x H x D).
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