[section_title title=Closer Look]Closer Look
Getting the actual PSU out and having a look, we can see the vented area on the bottom that protects the fan has a nice gold colour to it. Also, on the bottom we can see the screws which open up the PSU but please take note that doing so will void the warranty, as you can see in the photo there is a warranty void if removed sticker that is covering one of the screws you will need to remove to open it up.
The top of the PSU is all black except for the stickers attached. The stickers let users know the PSU has passed Q.C, and also give more information on the voltages as well as a warning and of course, all the logos they are forced to put on this type of electronic device.
The side of the DPS G PSU that will be accessible from the inside is of course where we find all our connectors for the modular cables and the USB input so users can make use of the Smart DPS APP. As you can see in the imaged below there are inputs for the main 24-pin and 8-pin EPS connectors, 2x PCI-E and 4x peripheral and SATA as well as the singular lonely USB connector in the top left.
The rear side of the PSU that will be accessible in most cases from the outside of the case is where users will find the mains input, on/off switch and of course a few holes so they can mount the PSU inside their case.
If you have a windowed side-panel, or just leave your side panel off then depending on your setup you may have the side of the DPS G PSU on display, which isn’t all bad! On the side that may be on display there is the Thermaltake logo, not once but twice and, of course, the Toughpower DPS G model name with the wattage and 80PLUS Gold rating images on display.
As mentioned there are 4x SATA and Peripheral connectors total, 2x SATA and 2x Peripheral. Each individual cable has 4x connectors of its preferred type. Also, for those who may need it, Thermaltake has included a Molex to floppy connector.
There are 2x PCI-E connectors, each of which has 2x 6+2-pin connectors, ensuring most users will have exactly what they need to get power to their graphics cards.
Lastly, the 24-pin power connector and 8-pin EPS(not pictured) cables will make sure users are getting all the power they need.