Opposed to what we usually see, there is a single +12 V rail with a total of 750W (62.5A). Each VGA line allows a theoretical output of 420W. So, in theory, the unit should manage a single 1080 (Ti), RTX or Radeon RX Vega 64. Two might be an issue (especially when overclocked, same as with the CPU).
There are two sets of 6+2 -pin PCIe cables, with two 8-pin PEG connectors each. The cables are not sleeved, but they’re all black so that should fit with most users’ needs. Their length is adequate, but more will be said about this on the next page.
On the rear side of the PSU, you’ll find modular cable connectors. For the motherboard there are two for connecting a single 24-pin ATX cable, then PCI Express and EPS connectors, and four for SATA/Molex devices. BTw the connector hubs look a little yellow discolored, this is the lighting here though.
Here you can see the whole bunch of it, for the spaghetti lover’s paradise. Let’s proceed to the next page.