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A meet and greet with the BFG EX-1200

A meet and greet with the BFG EX-1200

On the next few pages we'll show you some photos. The images were taken at a high resolution and then cropped and scaled down. The camera used was a Canon 450D 12 MegaPixel.

BFG EX 1200 Watt PSU

So then, here we have the packaging so you know what to look for in the stores. The PSU inside is packaged well protected in Styrofoam.

BFG EX 1200 Watt PSU

After unpacking, not a dent, scratch or even fingerprint smudge was on there. Shiny, nice black theme. What's not to like really? Also fairly hard to understand; that's a standard size ATX PSU ... yet it can push 1200 Watts. Very convenient as you can easily locate the PSU in pretty much any size ATX compatible PC chassis.

BFG EX 1200 Watt PSU

So here we see the contents. Everything is carefully packaged in there. Some tie-wraps and extra Velcro tie-wraps have been insert as well. Great for cable management. Overall a normal bundle as can be expected.

  • 1 x 1200 Watt Power Supply Unit
  • 7 x Modular Cables
  • 5 x Velcro straps
  • 1 x Power Cable
  • 1 x Users Guide
  • 4 x Mounting Screws

BFG EX 1200 Watt PSU

Here we have the PSU in it's most pure form, stripped down, no modular cables attached. The standard attached cables are sleeved nicely in black and are long enough to reach anything in your case. The connectors themselves seem to have non-oxidized gold colored pin connectors, preventing resistance; which is futile as we know (oh come on .. that was a great Star Trek pun, you know .. the Borg).

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