The unit came in the usual PC Power & Cooling styled box with
the name and specs written on it. It is very plain compared to retail packaging
offered by companies like Thermaltake, Cooler Master, OCZ, etc. However, people
who are looking for a PC Power & Cooling are not going need to be attracted
to it by shiny packaging on a store shelf. The name and quality will speak for
itself. Inside the box, it's a different story. The packaging is very well thought
out. The packaging suspends the power supply away from the walls of the box to
prevent damage even from a punctured box. The red finish is very nice.
This power supply also claims to be very quiet. However, after
taking a closer look at the specs, one thing came to mind. Where's the 120mm or
larger fan? Almost all other units that tout silence as a feature have massive
fans to keep the noise down. Instead PC Power & Cooling has apparently stuck
to using a high quality fan (ADDA AD0812UB-A71GL) and good fan placement.
Hmmm, "CAUTION! HIGH VOLTAGE. Do not remove power supply
cover..." Sounds like an invitation to crack this baby open =). Don't do
it at home if you don't know what you are doing. I have accidentally touched a
200W the wrong way and that gave quite a zing. 750W might make your hair stand
up like on TV. Inside it's surprising to see just one large capacitor. Everything
is neatly laid out and the fan definitely has more clearance than many other PSU
fans. PC Power & Cooling designs all of their units in house instead of buying
OEMs like Topower. The word Silencer can be found etched onto the PCB.