The OCZ ZX 1250W power supply arrives in a stylish box with a quick list of specifications and a high resolution picture on the front.
Inside, the power supply is shrink wrapped (no cloth bag unfortunately) and contained between two soft heavy duty pieces of foam. There is a large box to the right which contains all the accessories.
Inside the accessory box is a pouch with all the modular cables. A user manual, an 80 Plus Gold ‘certificate’ and another box containing power cables, velco cable ties and mounting screws. It really is a comprehensive package and one indicative of a high end flagship product. The cable pouch is packed with cables and is actually difficult to repopulate fully once some of them are removed.
OCZ even supply both a UK and European power cable in this box, which is unusual.
There are no shortage of cables, although as this is a model catering to the elite, high end user base, OCZ can’t afford to make any compromises.
- 20+4 pin ATX
- Dual 4+4 pin CPU
- 6 x PCIe 6+2 pin
- 12 x SATA
- 9 x Molex
- 1 x Floppy
It is worth pointing out that not all of the SATA and Molex cables can be connected to the unit simultaneously. The PCIe, ATX and EPS are thicker 16 AWG cables while the others are 18 AWG. All of the cables are all fully sleeved, so bonus points for a thoroughly impressive set of cabling. They are all initially 560mm in length with + 150mm for each of the Molex or SATA connectors after that.