Each of the +12V rails are marked as 12V1, 12V2, 12V3, and 12V4. Each can run at max power so the choice of where each component draws power is entirely up to you. This might cause some added confusion for some users, but you really can't mess up how you plug in your components. It adds an additional layer of thought and flexibility to this unit and really helps to set it apart from the rest.
The unit does not offer a lot of venting other than the top of the unit which is used for the fan intake and the back of the unit where the power cord socket and the power switch are located. The back of the unit acts as the exhaust and it was actually quite noticeable the amount of air that the unit was able to push even at low RPM's.
Cables types included are 1x 20+8-Pin ATX cable, 1x 8-pin EPS/ATX12V cable, 6x 6+2-Pin two of which are longer than the rest, 6x Molex, 9x SATA connectors, 1x Floppy cable. All cables use standard sleeves. It's not my favorite type of cables, but it gets the job done and creates less of a mess in the case since we are dealing with a modular unit.
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