Graphics card wise with our tested 1000W model you get to play with six 6+2 Pin PCIe PEG connectors, plenty enough for three beefy graphics cards. We see superbly sleeved cabling with dark colored connectors. Unfortunately the PCIe PEG 6/8 connectors are colored red. All black would have been the way to go. But yeah, that's an excellent design + the cables definitely have a proper nice length as well.
Connectors wise you'll have:
1 x 20+4-pin ATX
2 x 4+4-pin ESP/12V CPU
6 x 6+2-pin PCIe
8 x 4-pin Peripheral
12 x 5-pin SATA
2 x Floppy
Mind you that this is for the 1000W model. Connectors differ with wattage.
Once powered on you'll notice two thing, the sheer silence and a red glow emanating from the PSU. The fan has a red colored LED.
It's time to do some preliminary testing though and hook it up towards a PC. We'll be firing off 4 GPUs at the PSU today.
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