SilverStone's standard black and gold packaging is present here. The front of the box has a quick list of major features which is always nice to see.
The back is filled with pictures talking about output quality, efficiency, size, cables, and more.
A list of connectors available are present on this side of the box.
The other side gives us the I/O specifications.
Inside the Box
Opening the box, we find the unit protected by a single layer of large bubble wrap. This isn't the best we've seen by a long shot, but it seems to get the job done.
As always, the top of the unit has the SilverStone logo stamped in it. Here we can also see the semi-gloss black finish on the ST75F-GS.
The I/O specification label can be found on this side of the unit. The other side is simply black without a logo.
Standard honeycomb mesh can be found on the back of the unit to provide ventilation. Also present are the AC input and on/off rocker switch.
Spinning around to the front, we can see all of the modular connections. They are labelled via the label and you can quickly differentiate the PCI-E connectors as they are blue. The cables have matching blue ends so that there is no confusion.
SilverStone keeps it simple with the fan and grill on the bottom of the unit. Aside from the SilverStone logo in the center, we find the standard wire grill that we've seen covering computer fans for the last twenty years.
All cables for the ST75F-GS are of the flat ribbon type and black in color.
Also included with the ST75F-GS are some zip ties, Velcro cable ties, AC input cord, standard mounting screws, and thumbs screws.
Finally, we have the user's manual and specification manual.
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