As I mentioned earlier, every cable on this power supply is modular. The list of cables / connectors is as follows: 20+4 pin ATX cable, 4+4 pin CPU cable, two VGA cables each with a 6+2-pin PCI-e connector, two cables with three 4-pin Molex connectors each (six total) and three cables with three SATA connectors each (nine total). There's also a single 4-pin Molex to Floppy adapter included should you still be running that legacy device.
OCZ elected to use standard black mesh on the ATX, CPU and VGA cables but went with a black "thin" cable design for the peripheral cables à la NZXT's HALE90 power supply.
We cracked open the power supply to have a look at the components within. I'm far from an electrical engineer so we simply present you with some photos to have a look at. If you are looking for a more detailed technical review, we suggest you check out reviews on this unit from some of our affiliates that are more equipped to produce such analysis.
We were able to ascertain that the 140mm ball-bearing cooling fan is a Yate Loom D14BH-12 which is rated at 2800 RPM and 140 CFM @ 48.5 decibels. The fan is speed-controlled so we don't anticipate it being very loud under normal use.
Installation and testing is just ahead.