Box & Bundle
The box follows DeepCool’s design, with the sleeving that holds all graphics and information. Unfortunately, my samples didn’t have a proper retail box, so I had to “borrow” images from DeepCool’s site. The bundle includes Velcro straps, a PSU jump starter, fixing bolts, modular cables, and an AC power cord.
The unit has compact dimensions, and the fan grille is not restricted, allowing for high airflow. On the front side, square ones are used instead of the typical honeycomb-style perforations. On the same side, besides the colored power switch, we also find a button for toggling on/off the PSU’s semi-passive mode.
|Description||Cable Count||Connector Count (Total)||Gauge||In Cable Capacitors|
|ATX connector 20+4 pin (600mm)||1||1||16AWG||No|
|4+4 pin EPS12V (700mm)||2||2||16AWG||No|
|6+2 pin PCIe (650mm)||3||3||16AWG||No|
|12+4 pin PCIe (650mm) (600W)||1||1||16-24AWG||No|
|4-pin Molex (500mm+150mm+150mm+150mm)||1||4||18AWG||No|
Two EPS connectors on dedicated cables, three PCIe 6+2 pin on the same amount of cables, a single 12VHPWR set at 600W, eight SATA, and four 4-pin Molex connectors. Usually, 1200W PSUs have more than ten SATA connectors, but I find this extreme since most use NVMe drives nowadays, so eight SATA will be enough. The amount of 4-pin Molex connectors is adequate, and the distance between all peripheral connectors is ideal at 150mm.
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Lmao, gotta love the altitude marketing. I want what their marketing team is having 😂