Summary: Looks better and runs quieter and cooler than the HP oem power supply. Fits a lot of PCs. I thought that I was going to have to cut off the last 4 pins of the 24-pin mo-bd connector, but the connector is actually 2 connectors that slide together as one and can be easily separated. This was not the power supply that I originally ordered but I was allowed to upgrade at no additional cost and it arrived 2 days sooner than my original one ordered.
Summary: The power module installs easily. It's well-made and looks good. I can speak to longevity, because it's only been in a month--but is seems to run well, does run quiet, and is apparently a good unit.
Summary: Used it about 3weeks now; no issues. I probably would not have bought if I had just read all the negative reviews here 1st, but it turned out to be a great power supply. Note: Description is WRONG, there isn't a 3speed fan switch, but all the other information for power and cable arrangement seems to be correct. It is extremely quiet and very cool. I have run it non-stop for days and powered down and up many times.
Summary: This was easy to install. Anyone can do it. If you can work a screwdriver and play connect the dots with the cable adapters, you are set. The price, compared to the manufacture of the computer itself, was a great deal cheaper. Installation time from start to finish was performed under 6 minutes.
Summary: I have used this in my acer desktop for about 2 years now. I have had 0 problems. I am not a heavy user in terms of hours of use but I do have lots and lots of items plugged in. I have all 6 usb items plugged in and 1 of those is a 4 port usb hub with 4 items plugged in there so I do put a load on power requirements.