Inside the Box
Cracking open the box, we can see the packaging of the unit or lack thereof. Nevertheless, our unit arrived safely without any damage.
The I/O specification label is present on the top of the power supply. Enermax uses their usual dark grey texturized finish on the NAXN ADV 650W.
Both sides feature the NAXN ADV logo with it being inverted on the opposite side.
The standard honeycomb mesh grill is present along with the AC input and on/off rocker switch. Also present is the ability to attach the included CableGuard to prevent the power cable from being unplugged accidentally.
The front of the power supply is pretty bland as there are no modular cables here.
The bottom of the unit houses the 120mm fan that provides active cooling for the power supply. Note that the case edges around the fan are rounded. Enermax has dubbed this as AirGuard, which is a "Patented air-inlet with optimal aero-dynamical design reduces noisy air turbulences."
Pictured above are the natively wired cables, all of which are flat ribbon cables.
Also included with the power supply is the user manual, AC input cord, four mounting screws and CableGuard.
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