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Monday, 23 September 2013 10:08

Cooler Master V700 reviewed - The Packaging

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review:
700W PLUS Gold Power Supply

The box is slightly bigger than what we’ve come to expect, but the PSU itself is not oversized, it features practically standard dimensions. The cable bag takes up quite a bit of room in the box since it’s packed with a wide range of cables. It can be also practical for storage, to keep unused cables from getting lost.

Package contents for model RS-700-AFBA-G1:

  - Cooler Master RS-700-AFBA-G1 power supply unit packed in a velvet bag
  - Modular cable set x1
  - Quick installation guide
  - AC power cord x1
  - Mounting screws x4
  - Cable carry bag x1

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