Inside the Box
Opening things up, we get a bit more of a tease as we still haven't caught a shot of the unit. It is very well packed on all sides.
Pulling the unit out of the box, we find that the I/O specification label can be found on the top.
The Silent Pro Gold logo can be found on one side of the power supply.
The other side also displays the SPG logo. This one is inverted in case you are installing the power supply in the bottom of a case instead of the top.
The back has your standard honeycomb mesh vent with AC input and on/off rocker switch.
As this unit is not fully hybrid, there are only a handful of modular connections here. It makes sense that there are so few as when you are looking at a power supply of this wattage, you generally have an intention of putting almost everything that have natively wired to good use.
Moving to the bottom we find the 135mm fan that cools the Silent Pro Gold 1200W PSU. A little bit of a custom touch is added with the gold colored fan grill.
All modular cables are of the flat ribbon type.
Rounding out the package contents are the user manual, warranty card, AC power cord and mounting screws.
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