Summary: Over all it has been reliable thus far. I used this for a economic build for my folks PC so they can play Skyrim. Powers everything with room to spare. Its silent and stable so can't say anything bad about it other then how it looks. Anyways hope this review helps.
Summary: My last pc also had an Antec power supply and I ran it 24/7 for 5 years and never had a single issue with the power supply. Good quality at fair prices I only upgraded because 430Wat just isn't enough to power todays power hungry systems once you start adding multiple vid cards etc.
Pros: Was easy to install. Has been operating non stop for the two months I have had it with no issues. Plenty of power plugs so I had no trouble powering my system and plenty of plugs left for future upgrades.
Cons: Barley fit in my case had to relocate my top fan to fit but not a big deal. (thats just a personal thing i guess) I still have not receivedd my rebate for it so I'm hoping its on its way by now.
Summary: I've been using this for 4 months, and it's been doing great (although the rig is currently out of commission due to failed Biostar MOBO). When I first powered it on, I could hear a rasping noise coming from the PS.
Pros: Good price after rebate Powers my computer Lots of cable options
Cons: Rebate took longer than expected (over 3 months instead of the stated 60 days) Stupid sticker design
Pros: Well i was thinking about returning it because i had other options for power supplies.. But I have just received it and it runs perfectly, Cables aren't no annoying. Installed Fine. Looks Great. And can accomplish everything i need it to!
Summary: It said that in an attempt to be more green, it would not come with a 120V power cable and you could just use your old one - I liked that a lot. However, it still came with a 120V power cable.
Pros: Great power supply - dropped right in to my Antec 900 case and installed smoothly. It is very quiet and remains very cool. Definitely recommend EArthWatts line of PSU's to anyone looking for an aftermarket.
Cons: Subtracting one egg because the ability to detach some of the cables would be very nice. There are a LOT of 6-pin PCI plugs, and I know most people buying a 750W power supply will be using them but it would be nice to remove some of the clutter. I have a full-sized ATX case and these cables take ...
Summary: It's a good PSU if you're not looking for something modular. I'm using it in a Rosewill Thor with a ASRock P67 Pro 3 and AMD 7970, which is hardly going to tax it's limits, but it does the job well and as long as you have good lighting and take the time to make sure you get your plugs right, you...
Pros: It's quiet, it does a good job delivering the voltages it should, and it has plenty of cables. It comes with cable ties, and is worthy of the positive reviews I read about it before buying it.
Cons: It's not modular, but I knew that before I bought it. It's olive green instead of black, on the off chance that really matters to someone. It's 80 Bronze, not 80 Platinum, but that's pretty obvious to anyone who's looking at buying it. No, those aren't the reason for four eggs, although they play...