Summary: It looks great, it's heavy and feels like quality but in the end it wasn't worth it considering I got a much better corsair psu for a few dollars more that is 80+ gold certified, single 12v rail, modular and more 12v amperage with less overall wattage then the apevia.
Cons: -Died after 14 months of occasional gaming using a graphics card that only required 20amps max on a single 12v rail. -Not 80+ certified. -Not single 12v rail. -Not modular -Wasted amps on 3.3v and 5v rails to increase total wattage so novice buyers will buy it thinking any 600watt psu will work w...
Pros: Gets the job done. Has a fan speed control knob. Nice cables.
Cons: Fan is generally loud. Fan began making a whining sound after about 4 years. I used to give it a slap or two to make it stop until I added a shim between the fan and the grating and the sound stopped permanently.
Cons: i had one that lasted for 5 months before dying got another and it was DOA. but it gets better it also managed to kill my brand new super expensive gpu and brand new also super expensive cpu oh and my brand new super expensive mobo... Yay. so now I have to wait to get my money back to fix it all ...
Pros: Was great while it worked and loved the adjustable fan and the blue lights
Cons: Starting making a high pitched whine and would shut comp down before even got past motherboard/bios screen on startup. What makes it worse is it happened 31 days after purchased it so is no longer eligible for refund or exchange.