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I have to say, that opening the box on my EVGA 1000w g2, I was pretty impressed with how fancy it all was. I suppose they're trying to justify the premium, but all of the little bags, and the individual boxes, etc?
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I have to say, that opening the box on my EVGA 1000w g2, I was pretty impressed with how fancy it all was. I suppose they're trying to justify the premium, but all of the little bags, and the individual boxes, etc?

 

A part of it is presentation because it's a high-end product. I think another is that, most people who would buy a high-end product like this is going to expect it to be packaged very well and very carefully. With lower end products, or basic products that are just good enough to get the job done, there's a much lower expectation. The packaging can be plain and boring and low quality.



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A part of it is presentation because it's a high-end product. I think another is that, most people who would buy a high-end product like this is going to expect it to be packaged very well and very carefully. With lower end products, or basic products that are just good enough to get the job done, there's a much lower expectation. The packaging can be plain and boring and low quality.
Yep, both your observations reminded me of Noctua. Their packaging, presentation and product quality is similarly excellent.
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Yep, both your observations reminded me of Noctua. Their packaging, presentation and product quality is similarly excellent.
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Oh really? I didn't know that about Noctua! Interesting. That makes me think a little bit differently about them (I already had a positive view of them, but now it's even more positive).



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Oh really? I didn't know that about Noctua! Interesting. That makes me think a little bit differently about them (I already had a positive view of them, but now it's even more positive).

Yea, they come with all sorts of accessories. I bought 3 Noctuas and now I have a pretty good pile of fan cable splitters and extenders. After buying crap fans for years, the Noctuas are pretty amazing.
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