Summary: I downsized my power supply from 750 watts to 430 watts modular to make room in my case and to save electricity. My computer is on most of the day and it was using electricity at a high rate the first electricity bill, after installing the Corsair 430 was $10.00 a month less than usual. The power supply works great and is very quiet. I will recommend to friends.
Summary: great for basic build, will be more than suitable for any office, home computer, home theatre pc, or etc. bought about 10 of them now? all worked so far. if your in for budget gaming, the best graphics card you can plug this in with is perhaps the gtx 750 ti. but really, go for like a 600w. if you can get it on sale with the rebate, its only a little more anyways.
Summary: Pros: Value! I only have to plug in the cords I need, no more random cables floating around in the case Easy to install, comes with the needed screws and zipties Quiet Cons: None so far I have this power supply in my Dad's computer and it runs very well. I also have the same one (non modular) in my computer and I have an R9 270 so if you were wondering if this could handle your graphics card it can.
Summary: I used these in two builds, both using CoolerMaster Elite 110 mini-ITX cases. Pros: The Elite 110 is big for mini-ITX so my build was pretty non-cluttered, but the modular feature made the build much less cluttered than it would have been if I had a bunch of unused cables with Molexes hanging around. Lots of free space in my case, and my systems breathe easily, Cons: Just one, but it was annoying.