Okay let's have a look. We'll start off with the box and bundle.
Right, we always start off with packaging. You can't really miss the military camouflage theme there can you. Ah well, at least it's something original, you can't say that for every and any manufacturer out there.
Bundled with the PSU is an assortment of accessories, let's walk through them.
White Draw String Bag
4 Mounting Screws
One we open up the modular cable bag we see we get to play around with a decent set of connectivity.
4 pin internal power, 4 pin mini-power connector, 15 pin Serial ATA power, power 24 pin ATX with detachable 4 pin section, power 8 pin EPS12V with detachable 4 pin ATX12V section, 8 pin PCI Express power with detachable 2 pin section
Power Output Connectors Details
1 x power 24 pin ATX with detachable 4 pin section 1 x power 8 pin EPS12V with detachable 4 pin ATX12V section 7 x 4 pin internal power 1 x 4 pin mini-power connector 6 x 15 pin Serial ATA power 4 x 8 pin PCI Express power with detachable 2 pin section
Most eye catching are of course the 4x PCIe graphics connectors, all 6/8 pin compatible. So the good thing here is that if you want to go quad SLI with say two GeForce GTX 295 cards, this would not be a limit or problem.
Here we see the front side of the PSU. Now the photo-camera was not set up 100% right, so the color is a slightly off. The color is not black yet dark military green. At the front we see a nice big ol' mesh for some good airflow. Also on the right side you can see small intakes, which helps in creating airflow and cooling down the power supply even better under heavy stress.
In Win Commander 750W PSU review | test We will be reviewing the In Win Commander series power supply. Commander, as in military. And that shows, army camouflage packaging, and an army green PSU. Quite funny to observe really. Marketing sure, but somehow .. this concept works out really well. A fairly high-end power supply. But is it any good ? Let's fire off some rounds and ground the PSU with some serious ammo.