Black seems to be the color they are going for with this PSU; you got a black casing and also sleeving with a few stickers on the top and side. Something I found nice is that the On/Off button on the back of the unit is about twice the size compared to most other power supplies on the market, this makes it much easier to find it while stretching behind the computer.
Inside the casing you will find an 135mm fan that will be interesting to see how it performs noise wise.
The modular cables are easy to mount and they secure with a click system, which means the clip will keep it in place for secure connection.
This unit is packed with amps as we can see on the right image.
Testing was done with the following test setup:
CPU: Intel Core i5 2500K 3,3GHz
Motherboard: Asus P8P64 PRO Rev 3.1
RAM: Patriot 4GB DDR3
HDD: Patriot TorqX 2 128GB SSD, Kingston HyperX 120GB SSD
Videocard: ATI Radeon 6850
Testing was done by using the OCCT software to run the computer at high load while also looping SuperPi and running Starwars The Old Republic.
I know that our loads tests won’t take advantage of more than ~400W but this will give you an idea of this units performance.
With our mesauring equipment we measure a max voltage of 3,34V but on average it stuck at 3,3V. We had some minor flickering between 3,3-3,34V.