Inside the Box
The unit sits in the box just like this with a half inch of foam protecting it on all sides except the bottom of the box.
As has become commonplace, the I/O specification label is on the top of the PSU.
The Lazer Gold logo is only displayed on one side of the unit.
The other side is a blank slate with the exception of a serial number.
If you've paid any attention to a number of our reviews, you'll quickly recognize this as yet another Super Flower based power supply with the style of modular cables on the front. For those wondering, the LZG-1000 is simply a rebranded SF-1000P14XE. All the Super Flower based units we have had on our benches have done exceptionally well, so we will expect the same from this one.
Airflow is kept to a maximum with the honeycomb mesh grill and minimal obstruction on the back of the unit.
Taking a peek at the bottom, we catch a glimpse of the 140mm LED fan that cools the LZG-1000.
The eight modular cables that are included are fully sleeved.
Also included in the box are the user manual, power cable and mounting screws.
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- Page 2 [The Packaging]
- Page 3 [Inside the Box]
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