Summary: Cooler master is now only offering to send a 3rd one which will undoubtedly do the same thing the first 2 were doing...causing system crashes. Not to mention, each time I have to do an RMA, it takes about 2 weeks and I'm without a computer for that entire time. STAY AWAY FROM THESE PSU'S!!!
Pros: Good paper weight
Cons: Caused my system to crash after playing any game for about 10 mintues. I RMA'ed it and the replacement psu is doing the exact same thing. I put a friend's corsair 650w psu in my system while the cooler master psu was going through the return process and that one worked perfectly...no crashes.
Summary: This is for a new-build computer loaded with memory; and built for speed and power for video and audio editing. The build also incorporates a CoolMaster HAF-XB case and CoolMaster VE GTS CPU cooler.
Pros: Very Quiet! Far more power (for a non-Gamer) than needed More than adequate for video and audio projects
Summary: This was the first time that I ever had to install a power supply as the old one wasn't working properly, and I was curious as to why they don't place the connectors on the back of the power supply, instead of having to trace out where each connector terminates on the computer's circuit boards?
Pros: I've only had if for about a month, but it seems to work well. This line of power supplies was recommended to me by a person who has expert knowledge about computers so I took his advice and bought one.
Summary: The voltage on the 12V rail(s) fluctuate more than allowed in the specification, causing *most* motherboards to shut off with a power failure. Upon further research I found that this is an issue with this specific model and others have reported have the same problems.
Pros: Nice price and quality name
Cons: 12V rail fluctuates in voltage very far form 12V