The FSP group decided to package the Aurora with two Molex to SATA converters, unfortunately there are no SATA power connectors from the actual PSU. A brief manual and even a mains power lead are supplied which you don't often get when buying a new PSU. The unit feels relatively well built and weighty, although I don't get quite the same feeling of quality as an Enermax PSU.
It was nice to see the Aurora fitted with black braiding to the ATX cable, it certainly keeps the number of free wires inside the case down and may even improve air flow in the case slightly.
"By incorporating a huge revolutionary 120mm inlet fan, which is situated directly above the CPU upon installation, the fan allows efficient cooling for the system as a whole"
As you can see, this PSU is far from the norm - especially with it's 120mm bottom inlet fan which helps draw hot air away from the CPU. There is also a pot to control the speed (RPM) of the fan. On the lowest setting the power supply is, as the makers claim, near silent. However on the highest setting the fan does become much louder but you also get a very large movement of air.
It's a compromise between heat and noise. I found the middle setting to be the best, keeping the PSU cool but and the same time not being too intrusive. The picture above also shows the red input voltage selector and the honeycomb mesh - a very important part of keeping the unit cool. As we'll see later it's also very good for letting light out.
The power supply has a main ATX power connector, Peripheral power connectors, as well as an Aux power connector and a +12v power connector.