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Seasonic Super Tornado 350w PSU Review - What You Get

We checked out Seasonic's 460 watt PSU some weeks ago. Today we've got their smaller and cheaper Super Tornado 350 watt PSU on the test bed. Read on as Mike puts it through his usual torture test to see how it stands up to the challenge!

| Other PSUs in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Mar 3, 2004 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 8.5%      Manufacturer: Seasonic

What You Get

 

 

When you open the box you will find yourself greeted by the power supply, a single SATA adapter, a power cord, the cable management kit, and a small bag containing four mounting screws. While there isn't anything fancy about the contents, you will find yourself with everything you need to install the unit and get things running.

 

 

As mentioned in the FEATURES portion of this article, this power supply comes with a 120mm fan, which is mounted in the bottom of the unit. There is no fan mounted on the backside of the PSU to aid in the lower noise levels.

 

 

You should have little problems finding enough cabling to go around. You'll get seven 4-pin 12v Molex connectors, two 4-pin FDD connectors, a 20-pin main power coupler, both the 4P and 6P supplemental power connectors and a 3-pin fan speed monitoring cable to be connected to an available fan header on the motherboard. Overall we are presented with a good setup that required no splitters to be used in my system.

 

 

If you happen to be one of those few who have jumped aboard the Serial ATA bandwagon, the Super Tornado comes with one adapter for this type of drive. You'll need to come up with any extra adapters in the event you are running a RAID or multiple drives of this variety, but it is good to see that folks are thinking of you.

 

 

 

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