|by Fielding | November 20, 2007|
Specifications & Packaging
The Xion Dazl comes in a fairly standard case box with Styrofoam inserts. Nothing out of the ordinary but as long as the packaging protects the product during shipping, it does the job.
Regular case accessories are included: screws, case feet, PC speaker, USB instructions and a power cord. You won't get “screwed” with a lack of vital accessories here.
The case also comes with a 450w companion power supply with a peak output of 500w. Despite the 120mm fan, I declined to use the power supply due to its somewhat generic-looking nature and the fact that a good power supply is the equivalent of system insurance. However, I can't deny that such a power supply would come in handy for testing or that it would be useful for those who don't want to shell out an extra $50 or more for a PSU. Definitely a plus but not something I would rely on since a generic power supply killed one of my old systems when Unreal II was released.
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