hopefully the second one has better luck because I've lost a week of gaming so ...
PC Master, Amazon
23 March 2015
Summary: First one I ordered was DOA, hopefully the second one has better luck because I've lost a week of gaming so far. Edit: Turns out the power rails don't have the amperage that some others do and that was the problem. Some of the more performance based power supply's worked.
Summary: Wish it had an multi-colored LED fan. Perfect, worth every cent. Corsair Link let's you view it's power usage real-time and over a given length of time. It is a pretty awesome feature. Individual rails for graphics cards, which is what I needed for my Dual SLI Gigabyte GTX 980's.
Summary: Would love to rate this better, but definitely a faulty piece of junk. My first one died within 2 days, quickly I received a new replacement hoping to get my new system up and running. I decided to perform the self-test prior to connecting anything into my system and no light.
Summary: ROCK solid power supply. I'm thrilled with it's operation and the fact that it almost never even kicks its fan on - probably because I'm not pushing it hard enough. But, its clean power, nice modular ports, solid construction and high efficiency are real winners.
Summary: So I would call myself a Corsair fan boy seeing as I have so many Corsair things, BUT that doesn't mean I didn't do my research. I read the review of Johnyguru, a very scientific site and thorough site, and saw that it was actually a very good PSU.