At the front side we spot a nice honeycomb air vent; it allows for optimal 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. The metal cord guard can be inserted here, preventing that the power cable is yanked out by accident.
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: 140mm x 86mm x 150mm (W x H x D).
When it comes to wiring, we get a smile on our face, have a look at the supplied connectors:
24-pin EATX (55cm)
EPS 8-pin (60cm)
EPS 4-pin (4p) (60cm)
2 x 6+2 PEG (50cm)
2 x 4-pin Molex, 1x floppy (55cm)
3 x SATA (75cm)
Peripheral connectors like the Molex again start at 50 CM / 20" and end at roughly 75 CM.
The 24-pin EATX measures in at 55cm. We see sleeved cabling with red 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.
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