Moving on to the packaging, we find the usual black and red that accompanies everything that is branded with the Fatal1ty name. On the front, the words Professional Series most certainly stand out.
The back gives us some decent information on the unit such as being rated for 100% continuous output at 45C and having a single 12V rail. We also see the I/O specifications here.
We also find a few more detailed pieces of information. Apparently with this unit you also get "gear used by the pros." We'll have to see about that because the pros that I know use some very high quality gear and accept nothing but the best.
This is perhaps the best cable and connector chart that I have ever seen. It lists cables, connectors, and quantities along with length in both metric and English units.
For those who aren't aware who Johnathan Fatal1ty Wendel is, this side of the box does a very good job of explaining it.
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