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 bought the 600w Power Supply and after reading other reviews, I had concerns about fan noise and just wanted to report that it's quiet and appears to function properly. If you look at all the reviews where there are "problems" it appears to be less expensive 430w model. In terms of cabling, the 600w supply has 2x PCI-E cords and will comfortably support (1) high-end graphics card.
Summary: Nicely designed supply, cable neatly wrapped, quiet, lots of connections, neatly wrapped. Also liked that it was simply packaged. However very little documentation, I suppose if you order a supply like this they assume you know what you're doing.
Summary: I ordered this power supply so that I can run this awesome graphics card. I don't have the card yet, but I just finished installing the psu, and so far, it is pretty sweet. It is almost silent, and it looks really cool sitting in my case. It has all of the connections you could possibly need, including some you don't, and it even has 2 6-pin PCI-E connectors.