Summary: Picked this up to upgrade a system after I added a bigger video card. Good power for the price. The local stores had PSU's that were both too much money and not enough power on the 12V rail for my oldest system. Shipping was very fast, I picked the cheapest option and still had it in 2 days from order. Very pleased.
Pros: Good price with rebate. looks good. Plenty of power.
Summary: A great power supply at a no-name price (rebate or price match for around $30). Perfect for mid-range builds with one video card. No power quality issues with the Corsair brand. Cables were plenty long and had enough connectors.
Summary: game running on decent video card playing dvd drive music at the same time. one single large fan at the bottom to suck case air in and blow it out at the same time. stable. waiting for rebate return.
Pros: working., energy efficient., has all standard power plugs.
Summary: This is a simple basic power supply that will easily power HTPC or any generic home system. The price is good, fairly quiet. I used it for a HTPC build in a mATX case, just wished it was partially modular so I can remove all the unused PCIE, molex, and sata connectors.
Pros: -Price, -Low noise
Cons: -Small complaint, but wish it was partially modular
Summary: I've been using the psu for a year without a problem. I buy several Corsair and Antec psu which are manufactured be the same companies. Usually Seasonic, Delta, and a few other manufactures. I never had one problem and hope not too.
Summary: I've used a few of these power supplies going back a few years now. To date I've not had any issues with any of them. The is a newer updated version which is now 80+ bronze rated A quick list of some good and bad points Pros: + Good price & performance + Fairly quiet (it's not silent but very little noise from the unit- variable speed fan) + 80 PLUS Bronze certified, good energy efficiency + Decent bundle, you get a case badge, cable, screws, cable ties (small point but...