Just as you would expect from any product with Zeus in the name, he is present on the packaging in an angry form. There is a very solid list of features here on the front and what many will be drawn to are the points addressing the strong voltage regulation and pots for user-adjustable voltages.
The back re-lists the same points as listed on the front, but does so in numerous languages.
Half of one side gives us a few specifications and part of the I/O capabilities of the unit.
The other half gives us the rest of the I/O specifications for the unit.
The other side of the box gives us a list of connectors available on the Zeus 1350.
Rotating around to the top of the box, we find some more features about the unit. Something we haven't seen yet is the fan speed control switch. This allows you to let the fan be thermally controller or run at 100% all of the time.
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