Moving to the outside of the power supply we see a very clean unit. It is covered in a matte black finish, and the name is on either side.
This is the first side of the Arctic Cooling 550RF. As you can see it provides a nice clean look.
This is a shot from the other side. It is very similar to the first side with the exception that it gives you the unit’s serial number.
Taking a look at the top of the power supply, we can see the 80 plus emblem.
When I flip the power supply over we can see the label with the good stuff. It gives us another chance to see all of the key features offered by this unit.
Here we can see the externally mounted Arctic Cooling F8 Pro fan. This 80mm fan provides the Arctic Cooling Fusion 550RF with the cooling it needs for those long nights of gaming. This fan has a variable speed of 700 – 2000 RPM which is controlled by the intelligent fan control. This fan also remained extremely quiet during the test. If it weren’t for the other turbines in my test rig I wouldn’t have known it was running
The back of the unit, though not overly flashy, is designed for function. It is left wide open so that there can be plenty of airflow to stay cool. There is also a power switch on the back, which is something far too many entry level power supplies don’t come with.
The Arctic Cooling Fusion 550RF has plenty of connectors for most systems today. If offers the following connectors. All lengths are taken from the face of the power supply.