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Xigmatek Tauro 700-watt Power Supply Review - Packaging

Xigmatek continues to refresh their power supply units. Today we're looking at the new Tauro 700 watt unit before it hits retail.

| Other PSUs in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jun 20, 2012 9:59 am
TweakTown Rating: 84%Manufacturer: Xigmatek

Packaging

 

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Xigmatek does a great job on the front of the box with a shot of the unit, wattage, 80Plus certification and a pictorial list of features. This is very similar to what we saw with the Centauro series, just on a white/orange box this time.

 

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The back expands on the unit a tad bit more with more features and the I/O specifications for the entire Tauro series of power supplies.

 

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One side gives us barcode and serial number information for the unit.

 

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Over on the other side, we find another shot of the unit and some contact information.

 

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Moving to the top of the box, we find a list of connectors available on the unit without cable length.

 

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The bottom has nothing for than the URL for Xigmatek's website.

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