Summary: I've used only Antec power supplys for years. The reason is simple they aren't expensive but they are of high quality. I've seen many a generic power supply fail but keep conducting power. That usually ends up in costly damage of a system. Antec power supplies are designed to fail and self destruct if something goes sidways. I deally any power supply should only die of old age and usage.
Summary: After searching around forever for my lost Antec TruePower Quattro 1000W PSU, I decided to buy a new one. Possible negatives: 1) Not modular 2) Two 12V rails Positives: 1) Quiet 2) 38 amps on each 12V rail. 3) Has a fairly large (120mm) fan to cool it down and you can't hear a thing from it. 4) Long enough 8 pin cpu wires to reach from the bottom of a full sized tower to the top of a standard sized ATX mobo without straining the wires.
Summary: I was in desperate need of a new power supply, when the old one suddenly died. Not only was this one more than powerful enough for current and future gaming needs, but the price was perfect. I am very satisfied. Edit: Two years later, this power supply is still running great. My computer is on almost constantly, and certainly gets dusty at times. One thing I've noticed about the PSU is that it gets really hot (no surprise there), but it's airflow is..