The power supply comes neatly packaged in a tastefully designed black box with enough information provided to know exactly what you are buying. The handle is a nice touch, but in my case it simply served to move the box from my front door to the testing lab all of 80 feet away. Under these extreme loads, I am happy to report that the handle did not stretch, bend or break.
The back of the box provides some information about low noise and efficiency. There is even a guide on how to install a power supply in four basic steps for those of us in unfamiliar territory. Along the bottom you will find the 80 Plus logo and NVIDIA SLI certification labels; nothing too enlightening here.
The side nicely highlights the power supply capacity and a breakdown of the power supply features along with a nice summary of the cables. There is nothing better than a picture to make the message clear. There should be no surprises when you open this box.
And finally, a little bit of marketing which includes a little more explanation of the included features and capabilities highlighted elsewhere.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Specifications, Availability and Pricing]
- Page 3 [The Package]
- Page 4 [In the Box]
- Page 5 [The Power Supply]
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