This is [was?] an ePower Lion 450W. The "Black titanium" chrome finish has unfortunately been scratched quite a bit, it was mostly like that when I got it. It's a real shame, because it's nice. I'll have to try and polish it out. You see a lot of modular PSUs these days - but none are truly modular, with the ATX connector being modular too. So I wanted to build something that would have the ATX disconnectable, too. The large external grilled boxes that hold the large heatsinks have been removed, and the large protruding parts of the heatsinks removed, and the holes covered with two panels of dark blue perspex, one of which has the power connectors mounted on it, and one of which has the rear fan mounted on it. Usually a fan can be fitted in the front, but with the new wiring this hasn't been possible, so an externally mounted 60mm blue LED fan has been used. At the moment I haven't even powered this up, and temps are quite warm but reasonable owing to the very generous heatsinks, good quality construction and internal components along with the generous ventilation in the casing. In future i'll install a FET and temperature sensor in the PSU, with a control signal for the FET driving the fan bought outside the PSU (along with the temperature signal) such that external electronics can control it. I've also got a suprise up my sleeve for some electronics in it too. The main internal fuse has been replaced with a nice heavy copper wire link, and an external fuseholder fitted to hold the mains fuse, making it easy if fuse replacement is needed. The mains filter circuit was also replaced with a new enclosed mains filter module. A mains switch was also added where there wasn't one before, and the voltage selector removed.