Looking at the outside of the packaging and we can get a pretty good idea of what the Toughpower DPS G is all about, from its looks to its technical specs, Thermaltake have done a good job of making sure consumers and make an informed decision.
The front of the box gives us our first look at the design of the PSU and across the bottom we can see some of the more important features it has to offer, such as it has a 7 year warranty, 80PLUS Gold rating and is NVIDIA SLI and Intel Haswell ready.
Moving around the box and users will be able to find a bit more information regarding the technical specifications of the DPS G, especially on the back of the box where they will be able to find out what connectors it has, output specifications and a bit more general information regarding the PSU.
The power supply comes greatly protected inside a nice foam enclosure to make sure it gets to consumers in the best shape possible, the cables are all nice in tidy in their own separate pouch.
Aside from the PSU and module cables, users will also find a mains adapter, zip ties, the USB cable so they can make use of the Smart DPS APP and of course some screws and anti-vibration pads so they can get it installed.