Summary: Pour un système de basse à moyenne gamme ce bloc d'alimentation est une bonne affaire et son manufacturier d'origine est fiable. Les câbles modulaires plats sont faciles à organiser. Un très bon achat à recommander.
Pros: Bonne marque., Bon manufacturier., Système de câblage modulaire., Câble modulaire plat et flexible., Emballage de qualité., Prix acceptable à 49.04$ en pricematch., Ventilateur silencieux., 80 Plus Bronze.
Summary: Good small power supply for the money, I purchased the more expensive modular version so I could tidy up the cabling inside the case. Unfortunately the cables are just too short to reach the drive bays even in a mid tower case. I had to use the old 4 pin peripheral connectors with SATA adapters to reach the drives (looks awful!) On the other hand the 20+4 pin motherboard cable that only has to reach the motherboard socket is so long that you have to hide it somewhere.
Summary: I had to RMA the first one I received as the 4pin cpu connector didn't work. The leads all felt like they weren't making a really solid connection, but the second psu I received worked just fine, even if it was a little wiggly.
Summary: So I needed a cheap and silent PSU for a small htpc and decided to go with corsair as I've never been disappointed by them before and once again they've done a pretty good job. PSU is silent and modular cables make a very clean build. If only they provided a second 6+2 pins cable for PCIE, but using 2 molex -> PCIE adapter does the job fine.
Summary: Going to use in a server build. Fits nicely in a Norco case. I like the module cables. The main cable, the covering is not that good and is not attached at the psu. The nylon sleeving came out of the unit. I pushed it back in and put a nylon tie on it. I usually buy Corsair or Antec PSU that are manufactured from Seasonic. Time will tell if this PSU is as good, which is manufactured by CWT.
Summary: Great so far, for a basic build it is more than enough, modular cables keep it tidy and I can't even hear that it's on. It won't leave much for a video card so bump up to the 500W or 600w if you plan on adding a big bad GPU.