The power supply comes in a nice fancy box with a handle on it. It seems like something that you could find on the retail shelves of a Best Buy or Circuit City. It's great that they would carry such an item, but typically the PC components carried in retail electronic stores won't stand up well against the high quality products that companies like PC Power & Cooling sell. It's all about price and wattage there.
You don't get any more than your typical items in the box: your PSU, cord, and screws. You don't really see anything sold with power supplies. I'm sure you want to hear more about the PSU, so let's move on to that.
This PSU only has one fan. Luckily it is a big one, 120mm. It's big enough to push enough air into the PSU to cool it, and does not rotate so fast that there are any loud noises.
Sometimes we find fans on the back of the PSU, but not here. We do have a mesh-like backing on the PSU. We don't have any forceful fan pushing air out of the PSU.
That's about all that is noticeable about the PSU; they tend to be simple-looking devices.
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