Box & Bundle
The box provides good protection. At its face, we find a quarter-shot of the PSU and a series of badges describing the product’s main features. If you want more details, look at the backside.
All intake and exhaust grilles are punched into the PSU’s chassis. The fan’s grille is too restrictive, hindering optimal airflow. The PSU has compact dimensions that don’t allow for a fan larger than 120mm.
|Description||Cable Count||Connector Count (Total)||Gauge||In Cable Capacitors|
|ATX connector 20+4 pin (600mm)||1||1||18AWG||No|
|4+4 pin EPS12V (650mm+150mm)||1||2||18AWG||No|
|6+2 pin PCIe (500mm+150mm)||2||4||18AWG||No|
|12+4 pin PCIe (600mm) (450W)||1||1||18-26AWG||No|
|4-pin Molex (500mm+150mm+150mm+150mm)||1||4||18AWG||No|
|FDD Adapter (150mm)||1||1||22AWG||No|
|AC Power Cord (1380mm) – C13 coupler||1||1||18AWG||–|
There are enough connectors, but the two EPS connectors on the same cable, and with standard 18AWG gauges, can be dangerous if you use them both. These connectors should be installed on dedicated cables since they can deliver more power than 6+2 pin ones because they use four total power pins instead of the three that 6+2 pin connectors use.
Cable length is sufficient, although it would be better if the EPS cables were a bit longer, reaching or ideally exceeding 700mm. Lastly, the distance between all peripheral connectors is ideal, at 145 to 150mm.