SuperFlower SF-700P14XE Modular PSU
Posted by: Snubbsy on: 31.03.2011 01:00:00 [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
Here we have the Super Flower 700w PSU in the flesh. And most noticeable is that beautiful braiding on the cabling. It looks and feels up to the quality of the professional modders cable braiding.
From the top we can see that 140mm fan. It does look big in this PSU. The PSU itself is mid-sized compared to previous PSU’s I’ve reviewed. It should fit in most cases with ease.
The base gets a little boring – it is blank as you’d expect.
A nice touch from Super Flower; they include rubber covers for the modular connectors. This kind of provision sets the men from the boys.
On the back of the PSU we can see an I/O switch along with a standard 3pin kettle connector.
The colour scheme to the PSU is quite unobtrusive. It should fit in nicely with most case themes (it went quite well with my cases black & green theme).
Inside the box we have the SF-700P14XE, user manual, a PSU power lead and a pouch full of modular cables.
Again this is another nice touch from Super Flower – it’s easy to lose (or even mix and match modular cables with others!) modular cables, so a pouch is always handy.
I was pleased that this PSU only came with 1x4+4pin adapter. Some PSU’s I’ve previously reviewed have included both a 4+4pin and 8pin cables, which leads to unnecessary cable clutter since you’re only ever going to use one. Here you can see the quality of the cable braiding – its good stuff.
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