Inside the Box
OCZ seems to have skimped a bit on the packaging for the ZS750. It only has foam protecting it on the bottom, although it does sit inside the cutout and is held in place. There is dead space surrounding the unit. Our unit arrived safely so we don't have any real complaints.
As has been the trend for the last 10 power supplies or so that we have reviewed, the I/O specification label for the ZS750 can be found on the top of the power supply.
On both sides are the ZS series logos.
Taking a look at the back, we find the standard honeycomb mesh grill with both the AC input and on/off rocker switch present.
With the complete lack of modular cables, the front of the ZS series power supply has nothing going on.
Rounding out our shots of the ZS750 is a glimpse of the 135mm fan that draws air into the power supply through the bottom.
Also included in the box are the user manual, AC input cord and mounting screws.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, Availability and Pricing]
- Page 2 [The Packaging]
- Page 3 [Inside the Box]
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