The fan controller allows you to change the speed of the PSU fan and also three fans in the case itself. This is a very nice feature although most PSU fans these days are pretty darn silent. The question is though if it’s worth lowering the rpm even more on the fan since you most likely won’t hear the end result due to the loudness of the other fans in the system.
All modular cables are nicely packed in this little bag that closes with velcro, we can see that even the ATX cables on this unit is modular so it will be intresting to see if we can maintain stability under load with a removable ATX cable.
In the top left corner of the unit there is a small chart that shows which modular cables are hooked up to where. From top left it is fan cables, CPU cables and middle row is for the SATA/HDD’s and bottom left (grey ones) are for PCI-E while the last big one is for the ATX cable.
This is not the most powerful PSU on the market but 70A on the 12V rail should do the trick to handle most things on the market, even SLI and Crossfire setups along with dual CPU’s so anything you can throw at it pretty much.