Pros: Very quite and cool running. I never knew the power supply was running. Long cables good for a bottom mount PSU cases. Modular cables reduce clutter.
Cons: Mine only lasted 2 years. I recently lost the 3.3V power from the supply. 12V and 5V was fine. It was a tough problem to figure out. I've currently got a work around, but I'm going to have to buy a new powersupply soon. I tend to be hard of electronics so I don't feel like 2 years was that short ...
Pros: Modular cable makes installation easy and clean
Cons: This thing runs hot. The automatic thermally controlled fan doesn't seem to blow enough air out and it causes my case temps to rise. My CPU temps went up 12 degrees on average from installing this Power Supply. Also never got my rebate in the mail.
Cons: Where's my rebate. It's been 4 months, no rebate. I followed instructions. The only reason why I bought this PSU over another was because of the 'too-good-to-be-true' rebate. And it obviously is just that. Thanks Corsair... 4 stars for the PSU + 1 star for corsair = 3 stars.
Summary: For what it's worth, in the pros I mentioned that the PSU was reasonably stable. I can actually get a slightly better overclock with the Apevia PSU that came with my QPack II case. I was very surprised as stability was one of the major reasons why I considered this PSU.
Pros: Nicely built PSU. Modular cables are very nice. It's pretty quiet, or rather I cannot hear it over my swiftech waterpump (very quiet). Packaging was nice. I love the case badge. Reasonably stable.
Cons: The relatively generous MIR of the time was the deciding factor in buying this specific PSU over another. It's been 4 months now - no rebate. I followed all of the instructions to the letter because I know the purpose of offering the MIR instead of cutting the price is in the hope that they will ...