As most PSU’s on the market the back of the PSU is equipped with a honeycomb grill to help ventilate the hot air out of the PSU. You also have the power plugin and power switch.
The beatuy of this PSU is the modular function which means that you can choose which cables you want/need to use. This way your computer stays cleaner and airflow is increased. Installation is easy as you just push in the cable until you hear the snap so it locks.
All the cables that are mounted on the PSU are sleeved, however the modular ones are not though. This PSU is quite powerful with a 62A 12V rail instead of 3 or 4 weaker rails like PSU’s used to have not to long ago. Time for some testing!
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.
Our 3,3V rail tests ran and average of 3,3V and a max voltage of 3,32V.