Thermaltake offered us our choice of color for the EVO Blue 2.0 and we chose the black model figuring it would be the more popular option. One of the things of interest on the front is the claim of "Turbo Charge provides extra 100W." We'll deal with that in a little bit.
On the back we find some pictorial information as well as the I/O specifications for the power supply. Again we are told about the Turbo Charge feature. Sounds interesting...
The other half gives us the connector availability and a chart showing where the EVO Blue series rates in terms of their product hierarchy. As the EVO Blue sits right in the middle, we should probably expect a tiny bit less build quality and performance, with some savings on our pockets hopefully.
While the top, bottom and one side are void of information, this side reiterates what has been stated before and does so in many languages.
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