Summary: The psu that was shipped didn't look like the pics. also there are less plugins in the back. three, the worst thing about this psu is it only has one pci e hookup and if your running a modern graphic card you'll need to buy an adapter to plug into the other 6 pin connector
Summary: My supply is a slightly different revision than the unit pictured at the time of writing this review in terms of the modular connectors, but is basically the same unit. Be aware that this unit is designed for mid-tower or smaller. If you need longer cables, buy some extenders or splitters. For my needs, it works great under full load on all 8 cores at 4GHz, 6 SATA hard disks, 2 DVD burners, 1 Blu-Ray burner, 8GB RAM and PCI-E video.
This was a very good deal, even for a semi-modular
3 February 2012
Summary: This power supply checked out good on arrival. It has nice long cables that were almost too long, but way better than too short. The price was excellent, and while not all the non-modular cables were used, that problem was easily solved by zip ties. At least I was able to leave two modular cables off. The large fan is nice as well.
Summary: Ordered for my wife's computer, shipping was fast and no problems with power supply. For the price you can't beat this power supply. Came with every cable I needed. This makes the the 3rd coolmax brand I have owned, never had any problems with any one of them.
Summary: Good price and decent quality for a 650W PSU. Beware of any unused Molex connects, as one of mine grounded out to the chassis and killed the PSU within 10 minutes of me starting up my new system. Granted I did bump it because I had the case open for the first time start up. I guess its just the nature of non-modular power supplies.
Summary: Not the best in the price range but works as needed. The attached cables could be a tad longer for bottom mount larger cases, I had to run cables all weird around graphics card to get them to be long enough. Yes make sure you understand its not 100 percent module.