Here's the retail box for the power supply. As you can see, it boasts the three year PowerSwap warranty, silent cooling, multiple-GPU readiness and cable sleeving. On the side you get the power output table. Simple and attractive, the way it should be.
In the box you'll find the power supply in bubble-wrap, the manual, a power cord and five screws. Yep, five, one extra for the clumsy types. Notice that, aside from the Velcro strap for packaging, OCZ does not provide any sort of cable ties or Velcro straps. This is most likely because you'll probably end up using all of the cables available, but they would be nice to have just in case.
The power supply itself comes with a matte finish, nothing really fancy which is what you would expect given that it's supposed to provide the most reliable power at the lowest price. You see in the second picture the 120mm fan. Though quiet, it moves some serious air. Something you might also have noticed is there is no 110/220V switch on the back of this power supply; that's because it's full range. On the side you'll find a made in China sticker and a warranty void sticker, which ironically didn't stay put on mine. And finally you'll find the power output chart and an RoHS compliance sticker on the side.