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NZXT E850 850W Gold Digital ATX Power Supply Review (Page 2)

Shannon Robb | Feb 8, 2020 at 11:55 am CST - 1 min, 17 secs reading time for this page
Rating: 94%Manufacturer: NZXTModel: NP-1PM-E850A-US

Packaging

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The front of the E850 packaging is standard NZXT with a clean overall aesthetic. The name is the headline here, along with the listing of it being a digital power supply. The front rounds things out with an angled shot of the fan grille side of the E850 along with the side labeling showing.

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The rear is a fair bit more involved with several informational sections. First up is an installed image of the PSU flanked by a small paragraph where NZXT explains its new E series of digital PSU. To the right, we have the system requirement along with a spec table. The bottom of this side shows four feature images along with small explanations of them.

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Flipping top one of the smaller sides, we find a feature breakdown in five languages. There are also two warning/caution labels on the lower right portion.

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Flipping to the small opposing side and we find the same feature bullet points, but this time in six more languages, one of them being English.

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Here we have the flap used to open the box, and it is where NZXT installs the inventory control labels for the E850. There are also several compliances and regulatory icons found flanking the lower area near the label section.

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Opening the package, we find the enclosure split into two sections. The foam section is where the PSU is held, while the accessories and cables are in the purple zipper tote bag.

Last updated: Feb 9, 2020 at 06:11 am CST

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