The packaging for the Triathlor Eco 650W gives us a faint view of the unit on the front. Aside from wattage and efficiency ratings, there is nothing else to be had here.
Moving around to the other side, we find a vast amount of information. One thing that I did not expect to see is the inclusion of HeatGuard which keeps the fan running after the system is turned off to remove residual heat.
The bottom half of the back shows the I/O specifications as well as the modular cables.
Three of the four sides of the box do not contain any information, but this side lets you know how many connectors are available for the unit.
Inside the Box
The Triathlor Eco 650W is packed just like this inside the box. The accessories take up any spare space in the box and the power supply is protected by the air sleeve around it.
The top houses the I/O specification label for the unit and shows off semi-gloss black finish of the unit.
Both sides feature the same Triathlor Eco logo with the opposite being inverted.
The front has all of the modular connections labeled so that they can be easily discerned.
Moving around back, we find the AC input with on/off rocker switch. Ventilation is achieved by the honeycomb mesh grill.
Turning the unit over so that we can see the bottom reveals the black 120mm fan with wire grill to protect it.
There are five modular cables included with this unit, all of which are of the flat ribbon type.
Accessories included in the box are the user's manual, AC input cord, mounting screws, and two Velcro cable ties.
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