Thermaltake's Purepower RX600W can be found at a price range of €80~90. The retail package is simple, and all contents are well packaged.
The PSU itself has typical PSU dimensions (150 x 160 x 86mm) and is certified for ATX v2.2 standard.
The PSU has a 140mm cooling fan, that rotates at 1900rpm, producing low noise levels (16dB at 1300 RPM ).
The external glossy finish looks good, but nothing fancy as with other PSUs we've tested in the past. The PSU edges are rounded so you can handle it without worries. The rear has the honeycomb perforations that help air flow.
On the top of the case is a label with all the PSU specs and ratings:
On the front, are the connections for the modular cabling system.
Thermaltake has a sticker identifying each connector, very handy for the not so experienced.
The retail package includes two more boxes that contain screws and all cables.
Below is a listed of what is included in the retail package:
The easy, modular cable system, offers greater flexibility, so that you use only the cables needed and hence allow more free space in your PC case. Another positive is that each cable is labeled, so you cannot make any mistakes as to which connector goes where :-)
The PSU has two cables permanently installed, the 24pin motherboard connector and 1x PCI-E cable. This was rather strange to us since most other PSUs include the 4/8pin +12V power connector instead of a PCI-E cable.