Right off the bat, the first thing I notice about this power supply is the quality of the packaging. The large box has a flip-open top with a picture of the PSU and a list of features. In the corner of the flap is a Thermaltake five year warranty parts and labor emblem right next to the eco-friendly stamp and the 80 Plus Bronze class certification. Peeling back this outer box, we find a slightly smaller flat black box inside housing the Toughpower XT and it's accessories.
The Thermaltake Toughpower XT 750w is encased in a 160 x 150 x 86 mm metal frame that seems to have a Parkerized finish. This is a non-modular model in the Toughpower series, which I like. Fewer breaks in the connection mean less resistance problems to worry about, resulting in what should be a rock-solid flow of power. The cable bundle includes output for a 20 + 4 main motherboard connector, 4pin + 12v CPU power connector, 8 pin + 12v CPU connector, as well as six SATAs, eight 4-pin Molex, two floppys, two 8-pin PCI-E dongles and two 6-pin PCI-E dongles.
Along with the PSU we find our multi-lingual users manual, some nifty Thermaltake Velcro cable cinches, two 8-6 pin adapters for the PCI-E dongles, and three case badges. I do love my stickers. Also inside the box is a rarity: a silicone mount bushing to further silence the PSU by not transferring sound to the case frame when mounted.