Hardware & Documentation
The Kratos accessory pack is below:
- 4x PSU mounting screws
- 5x zip ties for cable management
As you can see, the accessory pack is quite scant, but I cannot fault them for this as it has everything needed to get the PSU in and running.
The ancillary cables are up next and here are connectors and cables which are modular:
- 2x 8-pin (6+2) GPU power connectors pigtail
- 8x SATA connectors
- 3x 4-pin PATA (Molex) connectors
- 2x 4-pin FDD (Floppy) connectors
- Main AC input cable
I do like the Gamdias included a PATA 4-pin connector to each SATA power lead as the 4-pin PATA peripheral connector is a dying breed. This means if you need one, you do not need to install an entire string of them when SATA is gaining relevance as the connector of choice for many peripheral devices. I do, however, question the need for two FDD connectors as they are virtually unused these days.
Here you can see the non-modular cable set, which comes permanently attached to the Kratos PSU. Most of these cables are necessary except for the dual GPU connectors, which may not be needed depending on the application, but then I would question why you are buying a 750W PSU, to begin with. Overall this is a pass for me because these connectors have always been needed in systems I have built. Except for the pigtail when a GPU may only have a single connector, but that's acceptable. Oh, and don't forget the RGB cable, which most will likely use to sync the PSU to their motherboard.
Last updated: Feb 5, 2020 at 06:11 am CST