Summary: The cables on this thing are laughable. There's a reason it's so cheap. The ATX motherboard cables would only barely reach the connector on my board (had to be stretched to the limit) and the 12V connector didn't reach at all and I had to use an extender.
lemon do not buy! unit has problems after 33 days of use.
Brian R., Newegg
26 March 2012
Summary: spent the extra money and find another brand name customer service refuse to repair or replace and will not stand by there statement on the box.
Pros: work fine and great for 33 days then going down hill after that.
Cons: worked fine for the fist 33 days now it is started to fail. when you put it in stand by it will not power back on power light just go's solid and it will not power video mouse or keyboard. you have to unplug it form the wall outlet or surge protector and turn the power stitch on and off on back t...
Summary: So I needed a cheap PSU for a computer repair I was doing for a customer. I took it out of the box and plugged it in.I turned the computer on and nothing happened. I took a PSU out of a working computer and transplanted into the broken computer.
Pros: None at all really. Cheap price I guess but you get what you pay for.
Cons: Dead when bought. I would give it zero eggs but you can't.
Summary: This, AFAIR, is my 7th purchase of this model. This is the second failed PSU within less than a year of usage from Antec. I'll have to watch out for Antec products. I think they are extremely overrated.
Cons: Died in 3 weeks. The system was a Core i5 2400 with 8GB RAM and no discrete graphic card, and it died in 3 weeks.
Summary: Purchased based on positive experience with other Antec products. I have purchase 5 power supplies and two cases in the past 2 years without a problem. Several of those power supplies are used in 24/7 or business environments without a hitch.
Pros: Quite, worked and reasonable price.
Cons: Died after two weeks of use. Filled the house with a lovely stench of death. I guess you get what you pay for with this one.