The GSP in the title stands for “Golden Steel Power”. Right on the box you can see the seven year warranty, which is a couple of years more than most. On the side of the box is a list of specifications for the different wattages available. Sentey use the same box for the four different types and denote the version with the sticker on the front. Opening the box up we can see that it is protected by foam on all sides, plastic wrapping, and all of the modular cables are contained within a storage bag.
Pulling the PSU out of the case we see eight ports for the modular cables and sleeved cables coming out of the PSU for mainboard power, CPU power, and PCI-e power. The top of the PSU has a 140mm fan and the side displays the specific ratings for this unit. The bottom is plain and the other side contains the Sentey logo for this unit. The back is a honeycomb style grill with the power connector and switch.
On the next page we are going to void the warranty and take a look at the internal components.