Aside from the laser-carved Fatal1ty logo on the side of the power supply housing, there’s little special about the appearance of this unit. The cables are weave sleeved for better airflow around them when it’s installed. The connectors lack the quick release handles found on many units these days.
The rear of the unit uses a honeycomb pattern for cooling. It has the standard power cable port, power rocker switch, and LED light which tells if the power is connected and the unit it powered.
Interestingly, the housing exit hole is not protected other than by a cable tie holding the cables together.
The bottom has a 120 mm ball bearing fan and apparently illuminates red. Connectivity-wise, it has a 20+4-pin motherboard connector, one 4+4 pin CPU connector, one 6+2-pin PCI Express connector, a 6-pin PCI Express connector, eight 4-pin device connectors, eight SATA connectors, and a single floppy connector. This unit is not modular, though.
I’m sure that enthusiasts whose cases place the PSU at the top of the case will enjoy the LED lighting of the fan more than I can in my Cooler Master Cosmos S case.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.