The SilverStone NJ700 packaging is looking just like what we have come to expect from SilverStone of late right down to the color combo. The front of the package has an image of the NJ700 as well as the 80 Plus Platinum seal. When we check the 80 Plus website, we see this unit listed so we will see how it does in that regard a bit later.
The rear of the packaging is just about the polar opposite of the front. Here we find tons of advertising about features, components, and performance. We also find the power label (reproduced below) and the connector count (reproduced below). The side of the package looks very busy, but all of the advertising found here is replicated from the front or the rear of the package as well.
Lastly, according to the SilverStone website the NJ700 carries a 5-year warranty in every market except for North America where, at the time of writing, no warranty is listed. So, perhaps it defaults to the 1-year basic warranty?
The NJ700 is advertised as being a single 12v rail power supply with a capacity up to 58A (or ~99% of the unit’s capacity) if necessary. The minor rails (5v and 3.3v) have a capacity of 20A each and the combined capacity of those two rails is 100W. Combined with these outputs, we find that this unit has 4 PCIe connectors, 12 SATA connectors, and 6 Molex connectors.
Once we open the SilverStone NJ700 packaging we find the power supply, mounting screws, modular cables, the power cord, Velcro ties, and the user manuals. The user manuals cover just this model currently over 70 pages in 12 languages. As usual, SilverStone provides some of the most complete documentation out there with the only real gripe being about the warranty information disclosure being that we have to look somewhere else. Let’s move on to the unit itself now.