So here we have the packaging and bundle, as along with the PSU comes a pouch to store your cables in. We see all modular cables nice and lengthy starting at 50CM to 60 CM for the PCIe PEG headers. You'll receive a manual and small pouch to store unused cables in.
Cabling you'll have at your disposal:
ATX 24/20 pin compatible motherboard connector s1
4/8 pin ATX 12V for processor x1
Graphics PCIe 6+2 pin PEG x2
Graphics PCIe 6 pin PEG x2
SATA connector x9
Peripheral Molex connector x4
Floppy connector x1
After unpacking, not a dent, scratch or even fingerprint smudge was to be seen on the product. Matt dark finish, nice black and gold theme. Gold obviously synonymous to the 80 plus Gold certification. Here we have the PSU seen from a front view perspective, lovely big mesh at the front side for optimal ventilation. The overall design and color schema really works out as it is a good looking product.
The rear side perspective is showing the native motherboard cabling and seven modular connectors. Size wise you are looking at a standard size ATX PSU. Very convenient as you can easily locate the PSU in pretty much any size ATX compatible PC chassis.
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