The Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W has a glossy black casing that
picks up fingerprints like a pick pocked in Times Square. At the bottom, there is a 120mm intake fan which moves air through the unit and out the back of the power supply. Note the warranty sticker hides one of the power supply case screws. Remember if you open it up, you'll void the warranty.
The back of the power supply is plane. There is
the connector for the main power cable and a red LED which only lights up when the PSU is in standby mode. The light also lets' you know that the powersupply is live. Missing is the 115/230V switch because the Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W supports Active PFC. A honeycomb vent allows air to flow through much of the rear panel with little resistance.
All cables from the Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W PSU are wrapped in black plastic mesh sleeves with all ends zip tied and covered with heatshrink. The Cooler Master power supply has six Serial ATA power connectors (split over two lines), two eight pin 12V PCI Express videocard connectors, two six pin 12V PCI Express videocard connectors, five molex power, one floppy, a 4 pin ATX12V, 8 pin ESP12V connectors and of course the main 24 pin ATX power line.
The main ATX power connector is ~50cm long as are the other cables
to the first connector on the daisy chain.
Again it's important to note that the Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W 24 pin main ATX power connector is not detachable which means the power supply is not compatible with older ATX 1.4 spec motherboards. If you're in a crunch you could probably find a 24 to 20 pin converter at your local computer store, but they may be in short supply now.