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 in a carton.
The PSU is delivered with all the basics like power cable, modular cables, manual, some velcro straps, screws and a little pouch to store your modular cables in.
After unpacking, not a dent, scratch or smudge was on the unit. Rough matte finish, nice grey/silver/black theme. The PSU is ready for nearly all upcoming CPU & GPU generations by 12P sockets for possible connector changes and massive capacity 12V rails.
The PSU complies to EPS12V PSU design guides for compatibility & ZERO LOAD Design for Hybrid Mode functions & C6 state functions.
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.
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