The front of the box gives you a glimpse of what you are getting on the inside of the packaging. It clearly states the output, efficiency, and rails provided by the Silencer 760W. It also has bears the NVIDIA SLI Ready logo.
Flipping things around to the back of the box, we get a very simplistic list of features and a great look at the inside of the power supply. The statement of "Ultra High Efficiency" is a bit of a stretch since the PSU only carries an 80Plus silver rating, but at least they list it as 88%. They also list a "Complete Array of Connectors", but unfortunately don't list what those connectors are anywhere on the external packaging.
The top of the box gives a quick paragraph that enlightens you about the company's history and some logos that tell a little about the power supply.
Checking out one side, we find a little bit more about the power supply that does give us a little more insight into the connectors available, but doesn't state quantity. We also find the warranty information here.
Rotating things around to the bottom, we find information and logos that are repeated elsewhere on the box.
Giving the box one more spin, we find a picture showing that the Silencer 760W has an unobstructed fan inlet to let the fresh air move more freely throughout the power supply and helps reduce noise from the power supply.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, Availability and Pricing]
- Page 2 [The Packaging]
- Page 3 [Inside the Box]
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