Connectors on the back of the PSU, Note that it has 6 PCIe slots like the 1000W PSUs
Specs for each rail.
You can see inside the fan and see that the inside board is marked as 850w even though it has the distribution of the 1000w
Pretty Standard power input with a nice wide switch. No 120/240v switch so Guessing it’s auto-switching.
Standard power cable, 16awg so a bit nicer than the 18awg ones that come with some units
The 24 pin cable is extremely ugly but I guess works and is just fine for any server. I’ll be trying to see if there’s an easy replacement as the black flat cables are fine but this will stick out if your computer is nice on the inside. Think with the original brand the had a cover on it but guessing it was one of the corners they cut when rebadging the unit.
One of each SATA and Molex cables despite there being 5 spots to hook it up on the PSU so this is spot #2
that they cut corners for the mining unit.
Two EPS/CPU cable both are a split 4+4.
And the two PCIe Cables, Despite there being 6 connectors on the PSU there’s only two included each with dual 6+2 pin connectors. Not sure about sourcing additional cables yet.
For reference these are the cables that come with the OCZ unit. The mining unit is missing 2 PCIe cables( 4 missing if you consider that it has 6 instead of 4 PCIe slots), 3 SATA cables, 2 Molex, as well as the unsleeved 24 pin instead of sleaved.