Inside the Box
The SMART 750W power supply doesn't have anything special concerning the packaging of the unit. Aside from the bubble wrap around the power supply itself, there isn't anything else to protect the unit during shipping.
Out of the box, we find the I/O specification label on the top of the power supply and get a look at the semi-gloss black finish on it.
Both sides feature the same logo with the opposite being inverted for being installed in the bottom of a case.
There isn't much going on back here either. Things are standard with a honeycomb mesh grill, AC input and on/off rocker switch.
All of the cables for the SMART 750W power supply are natively wired so the front of the unit looks rather bland. Thermaltake added their logo stamped into the case here to add a little bit of spice.
The bottom of the SMART 750W houses the 140mm fan with wire grill that cools the power supply.
Included with the Thermaltake SMART 750W power supply are the mounting screws, cable ties, AC input cord, user manual and warranty card.
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