Out of the box, the CSP-S600 looks like a relatively simple but well designed power supply which is not going to go unnoticed. The chassis of the power supply is sprayed with a soft matte black paint and Club 3D placed their company logo, the “club” from the French suit of playing cards, at the center of the cooling fan’s grill. The chassis of the power supply is only 140mm long, conforming to the ATX design guide recommendations.
The sticker with the detailed electrical specifications of the CSP-S600 PSU can be seen at the left side of its chassis. What’s strange is that the unit appears to be 80Plus certified but not 80Plus Bronze like the company advertises.
The rear is entirely perforated to allow for the air pushed by the cooling fan to escape towards the outside of the case. Club 3D has opted for the common but proven honeycomb design. A typical on/off switch and a standard 3-DIN A/C power plug can be seen at the rear of this power supply.
There is absolutely nothing of interest at the front side of this power supply, not even venting holes. All of this unit’s cables are native, hard-attached to the power supply. This unit offers the following number of connectors:
24-pin ATX connector
1 x 4+4 pin EPS CPU connector
2 x 6+2 pin 12V PCIe connectors
6 x SATA connectors
5 x Molex connectors
1 x Floppy connector