Inside the Box
Pulling everything out of the box, we can see how everything is packaged. The power supply itself is packaged very well, surrounded by dense foam on all sides and is even inside a bag to prevent scratches.
On one side of the power supply we find the Sparkle Computer logo.
The other side contains the I/O specification label. This also tells you the color code for the 12V rails. While you can trace 12V1 and 12V2 because they are hardwired, you can't trace 12V3 or 12V4 because they terminate inside the PSU.
The back grill of the power supply is as unrestricted as it can be with only the AC input and On/Off switch keeping it from being entirely open for airflow.
On the front of the SCC-750AF we can see the modular connections. There are also extra vent holes punched out here for additional venting.
Flipping things over to the bottom, we can see the 140mm fan used to pull in fresh air and cool the power supply.
Sparkle Computer claims this to be a 139mm fan, but as we can clearly see from the picture above, it is a 140mm Yate Loon D14BH-12 fan.
Sparkle Computer also includes a folder inside the box with various bits of information. Inside the folder are the user manual, warranty card, and 80 Plus Gold certificate. They also include a card redeemable for a free gift.
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- Page 2 [The Packaging]
- Page 3 [Inside the Box]
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