Inside the Box
The three separate boxes inside slide out like trays. It makes it easy to get out just what you want as you are building without making a mess everywhere.
The top of the Platimax 1350W features the I/O specification label. You can also get an idea of the rough textured black finish on the unit.
Both sides features the same Platimax and arrow logos with the opposite side being inverted.
The front of the Platimax unit features all of the modular connections. My only complaint is that there are no labels here.
There isn't anything out of the usual here on the back of the Platimax. It features your standard honeycomb mesh grill along with on/off rocker switch and AC input. It is nice to see that Enermax has gone with the standard C14 style connector instead of C20 style that many of the higher wattage units use.
The bottom features the 140mm fan with wire grill that covers it. Surrounding the fan is a chrome bezel to add a bit of flair.
All of the modular cables are fully sleeved with nylon mesh and secured with heat shrink on each end to prevent it from coming undone.
Also included in the box are mounting screws, reusable Velcro straps, AC input cord and rail distribution card. Also included, but not present, is the user manual and CordGuard clip.
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