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Scythe Kamariki 4 650W Modular Power Supply - The Packaging

This time around we have a mainstream PSU from Scythe. Does the Kamariki 4 have as much to offer as their higher end PSU line did?

| Other PSUs in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Sep 21, 2010 5:13 pm
TweakTown Rating: 85%      Manufacturer: Scythe USA

The Packaging

 

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Scythe keeps things simple, yet informative on the packaging for the Kamariki 4. The front of the box lets you get a glimpse of what the Kamariki 4 looks like as well as states the major features that most want to know before looking deeper into the product, such as being modular, the output rating, and the 80Plus rating.

 

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Moving to the back, we get a little more information on the power supply including cable length and connector availability, noise levels, and the ability for the PSU to control external fans based upon power supply temperatures.

 

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Checking out the sides of the box, we are able to see the rest of the features, warranty information, contact and website information, and the I/O specifications of the Kamariki 4 650W power supply. Note that the box states that Japanese 105c rated capacitors are utilized in the Kamariki 4. We'll dig into this once we pop the power supply open to check it out.

 

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