Summary: I plan to replace this as soon as possible, before it explodes
Pros: It worked, kind of
Cons: Fried a hard drive when one of the sata cables broke. Now I only can have 2 hard drives..... only 4 sata cables?! That is ridiculous! The other reviews are right. This is not a 750w power supply. It is 500w. Look it up, you will be able to find it.
Pros: Unit can work fine if you have a lower end system, but I'm betting you're not buying a 750 watt power source if you have a lower end system.
Cons: Unit will not put out anywhere remotely close to 750 watts for very long. You might get an hour at most before the unit completely fails and your PC suddenly shuts off. Unit also lacks almost any safety features, so do not do anything at all while this is plugged in or you can fry your components...
Cons: After owning this psu for over a year it started destroying my pc, it took out one of my ram, my cd/DVD burner drive completely melted, and hard drive caught on fire I opened case and blew it out to salvage the drive but basically if you don't want to burn your house down spend the money and buy ...
Cons: Died, took mobo with it. Can't even get spare PSU's to run the computer now. Smelled smoke and bam, out it all went. Really disappointed here. I built a computer for my fiance to play games on and it just cooked it.
Summary: Did exactly what i wanted, but the in-box model offers only enough connections to run the bare essentials. If you plan on adding extras like a second HD, etc. you will need to figure out how the additional cables work.
Pros: Quiet. :Plug 'n play. Did exactly what I wanted. Comes with a bunch of extra connectors.
Cons: The extra connectors are not attached and.I have been unable to figure out how to attach them. The instruction manual offers 0 help. I just ordered a new GSU, so this will soon be an issue.