Thermaltake hasn't changed their packaging for the DPS series. The front gives a great look at the unit itself, along with some highlights of the unit.
It's surprising that this is a digital power supply and it seems downplayed a bit, as it isn't something that really stands out.
Flipping to the back of the box, we are presented with a pictorial breakdown of the power supply. This half covers the aesthetics, component quality, and the ability to monitor the power supply in real-time.
The other half gives us the connector availability and I/O specifications for the power supply.
There isn't much on this side of the box that we haven't seen already, but it does tell us that we have the ability to share records from our power supply to Facebook and email. The rest of the sides don't have any useful information on them.
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