Something we don't see very often is a power supply with a white housing.
Even with the power supply installed inside a chassis, you'll know what make and model it is because there is even branding on the back of the unit.
The "Silencer Mk III" labels on the sides of the unit are orientated so they are upright whether the PSU is mounted in the top or bottom of the chassis.
The specification label is located on the side of the power supply opposite the fan, so odds are it will be hidden once mounted inside the chassis.
Here are the DC output specifications for this power supply:
There are some other goodies inside the box...
We have a power cord, a little baggie with ten Zip-Ties inside, a little baggie with four mounting screws inside and an "instruction manual".
We also have five modular cables. Like other PSU's from OCZ, the PC Power & Cooling Silencer Mk III has a combination of sleeved and "flat" cables. The two sleeved cables are a 4+4-pin connector cable for CPU power and a 6+2-pin PCIe power connector cable. Each of these use one of the two 8-pin modular connectors on the power supply. The other three cables usethe 6-pin modular power connectors and are SATA, peripheral and floppy power connectors.
The three fixed cables on the power supply are a 20+4-pin ATX power connector cable, another 4+4-pin CPU power connector cable and another 6+2-pin PCIe power connector cable.
Here's a list of all of our cables, the connectors on them and their lengths:
As you can see, I already have the power supply plugged into the load tester. Let's see how it performs...