Fractal Design Integra R2 750W Overview
The first thing you will notice about the Integra R2 when you take it out of the box is that it is not modular. It does have Fractal Design’s sleek styling, which of course is set off by the embossed snowflake logo on the top of the unit.
On the left side of the unit you have a very nice Fractal Design logo, so if you have a case with a window everyone can see that you are rocking a Fractal Design power supply. On the opposite side is your input and output graph.
The back of the unit has a honeycomb design that of course is going to help out with cooling. Located on the back is your power connection and power button. On the bottom is a 120mm cooling fan that has the white blades that we see on all Fractal Design products. This fan is a low-speed temperature controlled fan so it will be very quiet.
On the front of the unit are a few more ventilation holes and of course all of your cables are going to come out of the front. The cables are sleeved all the way into the unit and there is a protective ring around the opening. The Integra R2 includes a 24pin ATX power connector, 4+4pin CPU power connector, 2x PCI Express cables with 2 6+2pin connectors on each, two SATA cables with 3 SATA connectors each and a single peripheral connector with 2 molex and 1 floppy connector.