Inside the Box
Packaging for the Zeus 1350W is great on the inside. All of the modular cables are in the small box and the power supply itself is surrounded by thick foam.
Removing the power supply from the box reveals the rough textured black finish on the unit. The top features the rail distribution should the user decide to use it as a multi-rail power supply instead of a single rail.
If there was any doubt that the Zeus was meant for servers and workstations, the Zeus measures in at 9.25 inches long.
The other side presents us with a few more vents, the serial number and a label for the ports and switch on the front.
The back presents us with the heavy duty AC input, on/off rocker switch, exhaust fan, fan speed select switch and power indicator light. Quite a bit is going on in the back of the Zeus.
Just as much is happening in the front of the unit. Aside from the modular connectors, there are three potentiometers for adjusting the voltages and the selector switch to switch between multi-rail and single rail mode.
Silverstone provides quite a bit of cabling with the Zeus.
Also included with the power supply are thumb screws, mounting screws, AC input cord, some Velcro cable ties and some zip ties.
Rounding out the contents of the box are the two manuals. The one on the left is a generic manual for installing power supplies and the one on the right is specific to the Zeus 1350 with more information.
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