When it comes to wiring, we get a smile on our face, have a look at the supplied connectors, all with good length as well. The peripheral connectors for example like the Molex again start at 50 CM / 20" and end at roughly 75 CM. The 8-pin ATX motherboard connector is nice and lengthy as well at 60 CM, great for better cable routing.
It's nearly silly to see a total of eight 6+2 PEG (PCIe graphics) connectors, yup that's up to six 8-pin connectors for your graphics card solutions. Whatever SLI or Crossfire combo you have in mind, you are good to go here.
We see sleeved cabling with dark colored connectors. That's a good design. The cables have a proper nice length, though I would like to see the cables sleeved in black and the connectors colored black as well. But that is purely for aesthetic reasons of course.
Last photo, here we can observe power distribution as labeled on the PSU. The +12V rails certainly keep impressing me. You'll get six of them rated at 30 Amps each.
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