Packaging & Unboxing
MWE Gold 750
Cooler Master uses a simple black box for its MWE Gold series power supplies. An image of the power supply covers half of the box.
The top and bottom edges have only the model, capacity and Cooler Master logos.
One edge has all of the important specifications.
The back has some information about efficiency in several languages as well as a couple of charts showing fan curve under load as well as the efficiency curve over its load range.
The other short end of the box shows all of the power connectors on the power supply as well as the Regional power cord type included.
The bottom links to the Cooler Master website in many languages.
Inside the box under a sheet of protective foam, we find some paperwork, including a handy user guide that shows the pinout of each connector. Under this, the power supply is wrapped in a plastic bag with the cables bundled up next to it.
The DC cables are attached to the power supply. You get an AC power cord for your region, some mounting screws and the paperwork.
MWE Gold 750W Fully-Modular
Flipping over to the Fully Modular brother in the MWE Gold series, the box looks very similar, albeit slightly larger.
The top edge has the same model and logo but mentions this is the Fully-Modular version.
The specs on the side are pretty much exactly the same.
The efficiency and fan curves are identical.
Even though this is fully modular, you get the exact same type and number of connectors as its non-modular brother.
The same link to Cooler Master’s website is here in tons of languages as well.
Inside, the same paperwork is here, but the power supply is now cradled in a large block of foam by itself. The assorted cables are next to it but not protected by foam.
You get mounting screws, paperwork, a regional power cord, and the modular cables are all bundled together in one blob with the exception of the main 24-pin.