The case for this PSU is pretty standard. Matt black finish with a bevelled Thermaltake logo being the only stand out feature style wise.
The black bladed cooling fan is covered by a silver aluminium grill with a large, central TT logo.
The side panel specifications show us that this is a single 12v rail unit, which means it shouldn’t have too many problems with high end GPUs but there is no guarantee with such things.
The rear panel is made up of a honeycomb grill which allows for the best airflow with the least ammount of impedimence; whilst also making it impossible for you to jam your fingers into the interior. Don’t do that while it’s on, you get a nasty shock.
Whle cabling on this PSU isn’t modular, it is all braided. This makes cable management a bit easier as well as giving the unit a slightly better look.
The TR2 700w Bronze comes with a 20+4 pin and 4+4 CPU power as standard, along with:
2 x 6+2Pin PCIe connectors which are linked up with 2 x 6pin PCIe headers.
There’s also quite a few SATA and Molex 4 pin connectors all bundled onthe same three cables.