The power supply comes in a simple box with the distinguishing features highlighted like the quad rails, active PFC and the 120 mm fan. Now, it might just be me, but the box graphics have a little bit of a dated feel with the lightning bolt shield graphic and blocky letters. But, ultimately, the box serves a couple of purposes other than looking pretty. The first function is to simply indicate what is hidden within and it does accomplish that. And, second, to protect the item within from your friendly, neighborhood delivery service.
The back of the box provides similar information as the front along with the power supply power rating. There is nice photo of the modular side of the power supply to highlight the modular support. And, again the big lightning bolt logo that gives the dated feel. It is definitely not a contemporary design.
The side nicely breaks out the included cable connectors to avoid any surprises. It also highlights the supported processors and SLI / Crossfire certifications.
The last side restates the same information and basic items like the box contents and weight. A very basic design, but you don't buy a power supply because it comes in a cool box, right? That's a good thing since this one is a bit on the blah side and would likely not draw attention competing on a retail shelf.
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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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