[section_title title=Closer Look]Closer Look
The bottom of the PSU where the fan can be found is completely black and we can also find some of the screws to remove the metal cover then encases the internal fan and components. You will have to break the warranty void if removed sticker seen in the top left to take it apart.
One thing I have never been a fan of is listing specifications right on the side of the PSU. While I know this PSU is meant to be more of a silent workhorse so to speak, if you install it in a case with a window and it is visible this is what users will see. Also, all of this information can normally be found on the box itself and inside the manual so if you ask me there is absolutely no need to put it on the PSU, save some printing and in my opinion would make it look much better.
On the backside there is of course the mains input and a power switch, looking around we can also see the holes where the screws will go when mounting inside a PC case.
Lettings all of the cables run free and we can see they do have a good length to them and there are plenty enough connectors for standard users.
The Tr2 comes with the standard host of connections for its size, for the main power connectors it comes with a 20+4 pin main connector, 4+4 pin 12V and 2 x 6+2 pin PCI-E connectors.
There are 6 x 5Pin SATA connectors, 4 x 4pin peripheral connectors 1 x 4pin FDD connector which given its wattage and the nature of the TR2, these should be enough for most users.