The Fractal Design Integra M 650W supply arrives in an attractive box with a high resolution image of the unit on the front.
Some technical data is shared on the back of the box.
The power supply itself is protected between thick slabs of foam. A user manual rests on top of the unit and the cables are beside it.
|ATX 20+4 pin||x1 (700mm)|
|6+2 pin PCIe (hardwired)||x2 (500mm + 100mm)|
|6+2 pin PCIe (modular)||x2 (520mm + 100mm)|
|SATA||x2 (650mm + 120mm)|
|SATA||x3 (400mm + 120mm)|
|MOLEX||x2 (400mm + 120mm)|
Two of the PCIE cables are hardwired out of the chassis on one cable and another two 6+2 are on a single modular cable. The quality of the cables is perfectly acceptable. The only cable that is sleeved is the main ATX 20+4 which feeds the motherboard.
We would have preferred that both PCIe cables were modular, rather than one being hardwired.