This part made me laugh so hard
Using the term Build Quality implies that there is some quality in this unit's construction. That would, perhaps, be a bit of a stretch of the imagination in regards to this unit. Sure the unit looks functional, if a bit ugly due to the huge sticker, from the exterior but even then there are clues that all may not be right with this unit. Not least of which is the lack of information on combined ratings on that ginormous sticker, and followed by the voltage selector switch indicating a very old design lacking APFC. When we actually open the unit up we find that our initial impressions from the exterior of the unit were not far off. The topology is a bit newer than perhaps expected as the primary is a double forward design, but the secondary is still a cheap group regulated design on a single layer PCB. Making things worse are the myriad of other problems such as no heatsink on the bridge rectifier of a "650 watts" power supply when this particular part should have one at this power level, an abysmally filled out secondary, and the use of some of the cheapest capacitors possible (LCZ primaries and BH secondaries). Things could only really be much worse if there was simply a hamster on a wheel in here, ok maybe not as at least the hamster is cute
. In addition to all of this, the unit has nothing in the way of useful information regarding its electrical specifications in the "manual" or website so we have no idea the combined ratings for its outputs. Perhaps the only useful thing we have in the manual is that the warranty, which is three years long, has to be activated by registering the product in the first 30 days. However, if I may be so bold, I would suggest that since most retailers in the US take returns for up to 30 days, rather than register this product, it would probably be in users best interest to just return it now, preferably without ever using it unless you like Russian Roulette.