While the SF750 ‘s packaging isn’t decked out in yellow, Corsair did still manage to slip some of their signature color into the packaging with strips up both sides from the front that wrap around and do the same on the rear. They also give a little nod for the RGB life that Corsair lives with a variety of different colored cubes in the background. The front of the box also has a picture of the SF750 and it shows the branding on the side and top as well as showing off the full modularity. So beyond 750 being in the name, they do break things down in the top right showing that this is the SF Series and it is a 750-watt power supply. The 80 Plus logo is prominent on the left showing off the 80 Plus Platinum certification and below that they have a badge showing the 7-year warranty. I don’t know about you guys, but I can’t think of the last time I stuck with a full build for 7 years. They also touch on a few features along the bottom like the zero RPM mode for the fan, 105C Japanese electrolytic capacitors, and the full modularity that I already mentioned.

I love that on the outside of the packaging you can find a breakdown of all of the connections the SF750 offers and with that, they even included a photo of each plug which should help anyone who is a little less experienced. Around on the back, they talk more about the Ultra Low Noise operation. There is a graph showing that the fan doesn’t turn on until you reach 300 watts and then it slowly ramps up in noise levels from there as you increase in power load. Next to that they have the efficiency graph and that shows both 115AC and 230Vac input voltage results. They also have photos of the fan side, the power connection end, and the side of the SF750 with the branding. Those photos also include measurements next to them to show the overall size.

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When you open the box up, right up on top they have a stack of documentation. Then below that, the SF750 comes wrapped up in a plastic bag inside of a foam cocoon with all of the cables and accessories next to that. The cables do ship in a sealed plastic bag, but it's important to note that there isn’t a reusable bag to store any extra cables in. You will have to keep and use the box or find another solution so that years from now when you need that ONE cable that you KNOW you have you can find it. As for the documentation, you get a warranty paper and then a manual that covers the SF750, SF600, and SF450.

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As for accessories, the SF750 comes with a few things. The biggest without a doubt is the SFX to ATX PSU adapter plate. These have started to become rare with Silverstone SFX PSUs and I’m glad Corsair still includes one. I know I use SFX PSUs in a lot of builds designed for the larger ATX size to open up airflow or to fit larger components. On top of that, it is powder coated in a nice black finish, Silverstone’s would normally be unfinished though they do sell a nice finished model on its own. You get a standard power supply power cord for in my case the 115v connection. Then you get a few Corsair branded Velcro straps. In the small bag there are a few zip ties, four black screws to mount the PSU, which funny enough if you use the adapter plate you will need a few more. Then there is also a thin metal Powered by Corsair case badge.

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