E-Power Silent Engine 550W Power Supply (PSU)

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Packaging and Cabels

The box arrived in good shape, still factory sealed in plastic. It has some
eye catching graphics of a black tiger as well as some photos of the unit and
a few of the specific features on the front. On the back there is a more in
depth chart that shows where all the different components attach into the power
supply’s modular plugs. There is also a chart with the rated wattages for this
and its big brother.

On the sides of the box are yet even more pictures showing each of the different
cable and connector types. The chart lays them out and explains their various
functions. On the other side panel is a graphic showing how the EMI filter cuts
down on noise to your SLI video cards. Opening up the box there is a plain Jane user manual that goes over the basics,
as well as a power cord a few zip ties and some screws. There truly is a staggering
number of connectors and cables, that thankfully can be removed. The cables
are long and should have no problems reaching the far ends of even the largest
of cases.

Opening up the box there is a plain users manual that goes over the basics,
as well as a power cord a few zip ties and some screws. There truly is a staggering
number of connectors and cables, that thankfully can be removed. The cables
are long and should have no problems reaching the far ends of even the largest
of cases.

One thing I really love about modular power supplies is that you only use the
cables you need. E-Power takes this one step farther with their 4+4 EPS/P4 connector,
if your board does not require the full 2×4 EPS connector simply pull it apart
and just use the 2×2 P4.

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