The box art is informative, as it would appear that Gorillas secretly build computers in the jungle and like silent power supplies. We tried a handful of witty one liners here involving bananas and fans, but none of them really worked.
At least they have included information on the 80 Plus Certification and the 450W output, with ‘fanless’ printed underneath.
Inside are two compartments, one with the power supply sandwiched in foam. Another with the cabling and peripherals.
The cables are stored in a ‘Silver Power’ bag which is actually two separate pouches connected together. Underneath is a little user manual, mounting screws and a case badge.
The power plug is a high grade unit, with ‘bronze’ sleeving. Very noticeable under bright light as shown above.
The pouch deserves special mention because unlike many manufacturers, they haven’t decided to cram all the cables into a single, underspecified space. The two pouches can actually hold many more cables than those supplied.
|ATX Connector (20+4)||x1 (590mm)|
|CPU 4+4 pin||x1 (650mm)|
|PCI E 8 pin (6 pin +2)||x2 (600mm)|
|Sata power connectors||x3 (550mm + 150mm + 150mm)|
|Sata power connectors||x2 (350mm + 150mm)|
|Peripheral 4 pin (molex)||x3 (500mm + 150mm + 150mm)|
|Peripheral 4 pin (molex)||x2 (350mm + 150mm)|
The cables are high quality and we like the extra length 4+4 pin CPU power cable which runs to 650mm. The cables run to mixed sizes to suit a variety of cases and help to improve routing.