Looking at the back of the unit, we can confirm it's a fully modular unit. The connector ports are all labeled in groups, which is great. This should prevent any kind of confusion when it comes to connecting all the component cables. Also, due the size and design, a consumer would be unable to connect a cable to an incorrect socket.
The unit appears relatively bare bones from the outside. That's a fair tradeoff since we aren't sacrificing performance due to form factor. The Revolution SFX line isn't intended to be on display, it's meant to be shoved in a very small space with other high performance components.
Cables types included are 1x 20+4-Pin ATX cable (300mm), 1x EPS/ATX12V cable (400), 2x 6+2-Pin PCI-E Connector (400mm), 4x Molex (200/150/150/150mm), 6x SATA connectors (200/150/150mm). The included cables are all ribbon type. This is the perfect choice for an SFX unit. The ribbon cables are going to offer users the best flexibility and smallest footprint. In a full-sized case these would not be my first choice. However, for a small form factor, these absolutely would be my go to.
It's also worth noting that these are significantly shorter cables than your typical modular cables. If you plan to use the Revolution SFX in place of an ATX unit, be sure that the cables are going to reach your components.
I typically prefer ribbon cables to have only one seamless connecting ribbon, unfortunately that was not the case with the Revolution SFX cables. Most notably, the 24pin mainboard connector had a few different ribbons. It's not a deal breaker by any means, and since these are shorter cables it lessens the annoyance. It tends to simplify cable runs and always adds that nice bit of finesse to a product.
Enermax Revolution SFX 650W Power Supply
5 Year Warranty, Fully Modular
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