The 800w unit features matt black panelling and has a very tidy look about it. The size is somewhat average, as is the weight.
The side panels and underside feature some fancy looking Thortech Thunderbolt stickers, with one showing off a full specifications table.
This being a modular unit there are only a few cables attached as standard. There’s the expected 20+4pin and 8pin motherboard power connectors, as well as a pair of 6+2 pin PCIe cables, meaning this unit is perfectly capable of handling up to three GPUs with the inclusion of two extra PCIe 6+2 connectors in the cable bag.
The only other hardwired cable here is a five pin that hooks up to the LCD display bundled with the PSU.
Popping open the casing and voiding the warranty, we get a look at the interior. The fan has a sheet of airflow directing plastic on it to stop it blowing air right out the rear.
Two large capacitors in the secondary portion of the PSU with some slapdash heat paste slapped over them and some of the heatsinks.