The front of the FlexGURU packaging is relatively standard with what we have come to expect from FSP on the PSU side. The PSU is shown along with notations of the cabled being all black flat ribbon style. This will make for a better overall cable management experience. The PSU is listed as "Dully modular," which is true, but I feel like it needs to be delved into a bit deeper when we look at the cables coming up on the following page. The FlexGURU has a five-year warranty and is, of course, the newest Intel CPU ready as most PSUs have been for a while now.
The rear of the packaging for the FlexGURU has the output table along with several noted features and even a cable breakout and connector listing.
This thinner edge of the package shows eighteen languages telling users to visit the webpage for product information.
The thin opposing side of the package shows another 16 languages telling users to reference the FSP website for more information. I will say I do believe that at 35, FSP may have the most languages I have seen to date on the exterior packaging.
Flipping open the lid, we find the same circuit package styling on an inner flap covering the contents.
Opening up the cover flap, we now find the FSP manual on top of the PSU, which is plastic wrapped. The accessory cables are under the flap adjacent to the recessed area where the FlexGURU unit is sitting.
Last updated: Jan 4, 2020 at 06:11 am CST