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Seasonic Snow Silent 750W PSU Review


The packaging is very plain – obviously white, to match the design ethic of this unit. There is a small image of the power supply visible in the bottom corner of the box.
Inside the power supply is protected between thick foam panels. The cables are all stored in a cardboard box at one side of the box.
The power supply is wrapped inside a soft, white, felt bag.
Seasonic bundle a user manual, cable ties, and mounting screws. They also include a reference sheet to help with cable connection to graphics cards. Basically if you are using a graphics card which takes more than 225watts under load then use two separate PCIe power cables rather than two headers on a single cable.

The main motherboard power cable is sleeved, however all other cables are the flat ‘ribbon’ style, which proves popular with system builders who have to route a plethora of cables behind a motherboard tray. The quality of all the cables is excellent.

Cable Connectors
MB 20+4 pin x1 (610mm)
CPU 4+4 pin x1 (650mm)
CPU 8 pin x1 (650mm)
PCI E 8 pin (6 pin +2) x4 (600mm)
SATA x8 (530mm+150mm+150mm)
SATA x2 (530mm+150mm)
MOLEX x3 (550mm+150mm+150mm)
MOLEX x2 (350mm+150mm)

The cables are all high grade flat ribbon style to help with the routing phase of the system build. The main MB 20+4 cable is sleeved. There are a total of 10 SATA connectors, meaning this power supply is also ideal for a massive storage server system. Those running an SLi or Crossfire rig will be happy to note a total of four 6+2 pin PCI e connectors. The Snow Silent 1050W model has eight PCI e connectors.

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