Summary: I was having problems during SLI with my 750. Most sites were recommending about 750 or higher (some saying a lower amount) PSU for SLI. Having just purchased a total new build too include two 770 EVGA GeForce, i7 4930,16 GB, BluRay, CDRW, etc a little bit more power was needed. My only worry was the noise. Once again, I got a cool master and am very pleased after 6 months. Nice and quiet.
Summary: I was able to run this GPU for months with 3x NVIDIA GTX 780s without any glitches from the power supply. I was about to boot with a 4th but had to shut down since my UPS couldn't handle the load properly (it only went up to 870 watts or so). As far as convenience, this modular power supply has plenty of slots for any type of power that you would need. Everything fits together nicely, not too stiff either. It's also very quiet.
Summary: This power supply was made for the Cooler Master HAF EVO XB. For suck a small PSU it packs everything it states, is quiet and doesn't overheat, it's Awesome. I had previously purchased a Corsair and it was too big, besides the fact some of the inputs didn't work. That box would be perfect if it were 2" higher and 2" deeper, I would have gladly paid more for the size increase.
Summary: After my PSU went out in my computer, I looked around for a while to find a good replacement. I eventually landed on the Cooler Master V1000 as my replacement and I am glad I did! It has more then enough power for my set up and for someone who doesn't do any repairs myself, this was easy to install!
Summary: i bought this power supply after i returning my corsair hx1050 80+ gold power supply because it was to loud . i needed a power supply strong enough to power x2 gtx 780's in sli . the cooler master v1000 is more then powerful enough and it is completely silent . and i like that it is fully modular the inside of my computer case is very neat now because of that . the only problem that i have with it is one of the sata power ports on the power supply does not work .
Summary: The V1000 is fully modular, plug in only the cable needed. No problems or hiccups in the month or so it has been in use, the machine never turns off except for maintenance. The V1000 seems to be well engineered, and cables well constructed. Not inexpensive, but recommended and worth the cost for someone needing this level of power supply.