Tagan Easycon XL 700w TG700-U35 PSU
Published: 17th October 2006 | Source: Tagan | Price: |Appearance
At first glance the Tagan Easycon XL looks just like any other power supply on the market, following standard ATX dimensions and not being overly heavy or light. However, its major selling point is given away when you take a look at the front of the unit...
The back of the unit sports a honeycomb mesh, allowing the hot air moved by the installed fan to exit out of your case with minimal restriction. You will also notice that the Easycon XL does not have a voltage selection switch. This is because the unit is able to detect the input voltage automatically and switch accordingly.
The blades of the fan are actually clear, which in my opinion gives the unit a cleaner look and also allows you to see the components contained within.
The other side of the unit is far less interesting, being covered with a large specifications sticker that contains information about the TG700-U35's noise output along with its rail outputs.