Fractal Design Integra R2 750W Power Supply Review

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External Design of the Fractal Design Integra R2 750W

 Fractal Design Integra R2 750W

The chassis of the Integra R2 750W power supply shares the same base design as that of the Tesla R2 650W unit that we have already reviewed, having beveled edges and an integrated honeycomb fan guard as its prime aesthetic characteristics. However, the Integra R2 750W power supply is much shorter; at only 140mm deep, it most likely is the shortest 750W power supply currently available.

  Left Side Right Side

Rather than using stickers, Fractal Design painted the table with the electrical specifications and certifications of the Integra R2 on the right side of the unit. On the left side of the unit, the company logo and the power rating of the power supply has been sprayed onto the chassis.

 Top side

The crest of Fractal Design, a snowflake star, is embossed on the top side of the chassis.

 Front Side

The front side of the power supply is uninteresting; a honeycomb mesh is covering most of the surface and only an AC plug and the standard on/off switch are present.

 Rear side

Same as the Tesla R2 series, the rear of the power supply is plain and uninteresting, with only a narrow honeycomb vent being of notable importance. 

 

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