Summary: I loved Antec products and I was proud to own one but a PSU short could potentially have damaged anything and everything in my computer. I expected better quality from Antec and will most certainly not be buying a PSU from them again.
Pros: Looks very polished and thoughtfully designed. Labels, warnings, and an adapter for everything on a nice looking case.
Cons: PSU was under very little stress and died after one year and eight months of use.
Summary: Good power supply for single video card implementation. Efficiency is closer to 90% in real world testing, still better than most. There is enough amperage overhead to justify adding two more PCIe for SLI/Crossfire. Quiet under load, whisper quiet under normal PC usage. Ample heat dissipation.
Summary: I have upgraded most of home server components every year including case but this one is the only survivor since my initial build. I used it for playing game, watching movie, running cloud server, using as a office machine, vmwares, etc.
Pros: Working great almost 24/7 running home server (4 vm operating) Has enough connectors Handles multiple torturing usage for high end system.
Summary: Edited to clarify my comment... To be clear, the power supply does it's job and well. It was easy to install, sturdy, and so far has been reliable. My issues are with the cords, which are bulky, short for being mounted at the bottom of my mid tower atx case, and not being a modular device, left a...
Summary: as per the description each 12 volt rail is to have 30 amps. based on the numbers each only has 12 amps. what a rip off.
Pros: none, not as described on this web site not on the box.
Cons: as per this page and the Antec page. rail 12v1 is 30 amps, rail 12v2 is 30 amps, rail 12v3 is 30 amps, and rail 12v4 is listed as 30 amps. when i get the unopened box it stated that the 12v set is only 576 watts. or and doing the math watts divided by volts or amps is 576/12 for a total for all 4...