This photo reflects the color much better and is close to what it really is. At the left here we can see a nice military army commander stamp, to fit the aesthetics and style of course. And on the backside we stumble into the modular connectors. Let's zoom in on that a little shall we.
So as you can see, each connector is covered with a small plastic cap. You have four GFX PCIe cable connectors, four peripheral connectors and one processor connector. Of course, on the modular cables everything is then split up again.
At the top side we can see a nice 140mm ventilator. A pretty good one as well, it creates a lot of airflow yet remains silent at all times. Even when we stressed the power supply to 700 Watts, you can hardly hear it.
Back to cabling now, the cable length is fairly okay. The 24-pin motherboard connector is 50 cm long. I wish though that this cable would be 70 CM. If you have an extravagant chassis, a slightly longer cable might come in very handy. Peripheral cables then; up to the first connector you have 70 cm, the last 100 CM. One fail is the PCIe graphics cables. They are all 50 CM long, and definitely would have been better off with more lengthy cables. Here 70cm would have been much nicer. Anyway, let's move onwards to testing.
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.