So then, here we have the packaging so you know what to look for in the stores. The PSU inside is packaged nicely and protected styrofoam.
The PSU is delivered with some simple basics like power cable manual and screws. As stated, this is a modular model. The PSU is nicely packaged, the cables are tucked away inside a pouch.
After unpacking, not a dent, scratch or smudge was on the unit. A dark grey and black finish, nice theme. The PSU is ready for nearly all upcoming CPU & GPU generations and offers a superb capacity 12V rails. There is one single 12V rail allowing 70 Amp / 840 Watt (peak).
The PSU complies to EPS12V PSU design guides for compatibility. It has Over Voltage Protection on +3.3V, +5V, +12V rails.
At the front side we spot a nice honeycomb air vent; it allows for airflow running through the PSU, cooling down its components and keeping them nicely efficient. Also, obviously we spot the power connector and on/off switch.
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