Ok, so this is mostly an unboxing of some parts. Here's what a 140 x 38mm "Yate Loon" fan looks like: The quotes in there because these aren't the same version that Petra sold, or even those bought directly from Yate Loon. They run a little slower (1250 rpm max) but at $1.40 each I am not complaining. This is how it looks next to a Swiftech MCX12-XP and Phobya G-Changer 120mm radiator: These fans are monsters, having a molex input (w/passthrough) for power. The Aquaero 6 could easily power 1 of these, but I haven't tried to see if all 9 I have can run off a single channel with needing the molex input. They move a decent amount of air- nothing close to a Corsair SP120 HPE or NB-eloop B12-4 at full speed. Noise wise, they are about the same as a SP120 QE and slightly louder than an NB-eloop B12-2. I then opened up the BitFenix care package. They included 2 of their aluminum case badges too: Nope, these aren't free and nor do they come with their products like the PSUs. Not sure about the cases though! Next up, the Alchemy LED strips: They sent me 4 x 60mm strips of white LEDs. Let's see them lit up: That doesn't really help much. What about a black background? Ok, that's better. Let's turn off the softboxes and see how these illuminate the interior. I have 2 strips hooked up here: Not too shabby. With all 4 strips, I bet it is enough for a single TX10 motherboard compartment I have more lighting samples coming in and will do a small comparison before deciding on what to go with. Next up, the Fury 750G: At this point, I saw the accessory box in there and figured that was a nice touch to help store unused cables. After all, this was a semi-modular design PSU with only the 24 pin cable attached. But then: So much for that! The modular cables are bundled in 2 sets and is accompanied by a 14 AWG power cord: They also give 5 screws in case you lose one for whatever reason. I wish these were black but not a deal breaker. Here's the PSU itself now: So you either go fan down and get the BitFenix logo on top + side lettering, or go fan up and get the spec sheet in typical cases. Another thing to complicate that decision is the fact that the motherboard cable is all the way to one side. So depending on how the PSU is placed, the cable may not be long enough. A look at the internals is best seen from the review over at TechPowerUp, I won't be opening this up. But I did get a PSU tester so I will review performance later. Finally, a little something red from Gunslinger: Ok enough of the teasers. It is the hard to find EVBot from EVGA: This will be pretty useful when benching, especially if/when I do go subzero.