This time around Enermax at least gives us a glimpse of the unit inside the box. Also present on the front is the wattage, efficiency rating, and something called "T.B. Silence inside."
The features list on the top half of the back doesn't give us too much to spark our interest other than the mention of 100% Japanese capacitors.
Towards the bottom left we see what T.B. Silence is all about. T.B. stands for Twister Bearing which reduces noise and increases fan life. This, along with the Batwing Blades on their fan help keep noise down while airflow up. Also present are the I/O specifications for the entire Triathlor FC line.
The other half of the bottom gives us some efficiency information as shows the modular cable system included with the Triathlor FC 650W.
The sides and the top of the box are blank, but the bottom presents us with connector availability for the Triathlor FC series.
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