Summary: I wanted to to follow up on my previous review because I got really excellent support from Antec. I filled out the online warranty form and within an hour I was contacted by email. Since I'm nearby, the support rep offered that I could come by and pick up a replacement.
Summary: Bought to replace another Antec supply that went bad. This is in a very modest system, power cycled about a once a week for Windows update, so about as benign a load as you can imagine. At this point this I've pretty much sworn off Antec hardware.
Pros: Reliable, quiet, compact psu that performs. 5 months in and have had no issues with it. 380 watts is plenty of juice to power my rig: CPU: Intel i7-4790 @ 3.60GHz Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo Mobo: ASRock H97m Pro4 RAM: 8 GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX 1600mhz GPU: Zotac GTX 960 2GB AMP! Edition ...
Cons: The green housing is textured and can get dirty as dust can really stick to it, and its green... now if it was Olive drab green that might look pretty neat but its not...but hey who cares what color it is if you have your pc under your desk or don't have a window.
Pros: Quiet. Don't hear the fan much. Stable power, no issues at all. I bought this power supply from second-hand web auction site but I was impressed and wanted to leave a review. I installed this in my stepson's computer and it's powering an Intel Q6600, a Radeon HD5750 (1xpcie power connector is on ...
Summary: I don't regret buying it but again the amount+length of the wires is excessive. The case I bought is top mounting and the wires are taking up the 5.25 bay. It might work out better for a bottom mounting case.
Pros: I have the higher wattage version and it's worked well so I bought this one since it has a rebate, ended up being about 25 dollars for a quality PSU.
Cons: Considering how low the wattage is I feel there are WAY to many wires coming out of this thing. If only they could make these semi modular. I would avoid this if you are using a small case.