Enermax doesn't give you much to go by when looking at the front of the box. It is rather large yet only offers up the wattage and 80 PLUS rating for the unit.
The back is an entirely different story. Things start off with a long list of features which cover everything from the fan and build quality to safety features and future readiness.
Off to the right is a large I/O specification. Something to take note of is that the unit is also rated for peak power of 1650W.
Just below that is a very nice cable and connector chart that shows the breakdown of cables for all three of the MaxREVO power supplies.
Both sides waste more space in what could be used to give more information of make what is on the back a bit less crowded.
At least on the top of the box we get a glimpse at the unit. Enermax doesn't make any mention of warranty that we could find until we got inside the box. Here we also see that they say "1% to Platinum, up to 94% efficiency." That is a fancy way of saying that it is simply an 80 PLUS Gold unit that was close to a Platinum rating, but couldn't quite make it.