The package itself consists of a full color, individually shrunk wrapped affair. This included a nice big picture of the unit on the top.
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Detailed product specifics are clearly labeled on the back/sides of the box; as well as accurate pictures of the unit. This is a non-modular PSU, meaning all of the cables are coming out of the unit in one big bundle, which I am not particularly a fan of.
The PSU itself is an eye pleasing combination of matte white, with black accents. There is a racing stripe on either side, and the theme continues to the white fan blade, on black fan configuration on the fan side of the PSU. I’ve mentioned in previous postings that I am a fan of the Storm Trooper look. This pleases me to see it! There is also what appears to be a push-button circuit breaker on the rear side of the unit as well. This is a nice touch, as it has some built in overload protection for the fan; they are individually mesh sleeved, and surprisingly easy to work with. There are 4 mounting screws, and a standard modular power cord.
The connectors are all well built, adequately sized, and easy to insert. Often times in this price point we see problems with that, but not for this product.