The front of the box for the Power Zone 850W doesn't give us much to go on. Aside from the wattage and some small text, there isn't anything worth mentioning.
The back has much more information though and is just what we want to see. We have an image of the power supply, I/O specs, and a few features listed here as well. Most notable is the "COOL OFF" feature. This allows you to connect your fans directly to the power supply. Upon shutting your computer off, it will keep the fans running for a period of time in order to remove more heat from inside the computer.
The right side of the back is pure text in two languages. It gives a little more detail about the power supply.
This side of the box gives a complete list of cables and connectors available within the box and also gives lengths. It doesn't get much better than this.
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