Summary: Its a great power supply for the budget builder. Only thing is that the cords to it are rather short which may make it difficult to to reach to the things you need to plug in i have not built my Rig yet but it really looks like i may have troule with having them reach while also wire managing. So if you building in a Micro Atx case or the smaller end of Mid Atx cases you'll be fine.
BEWARE ZZ7 EXTREME4 buyers (and possibly other motherboard buyers too)
22 October 2013
Summary: The Corsair 600m DOES NOT fit the ASRock ZZ7 Extreme4 motherboard. This is the link to the MoBo: http://www.amazon.com/LGA1155-CrossFireX-Motherboard-Z77-EXTREME4/dp/B007KTY4A6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1382498475&sr=8-1&keywords=asrock+z77+extreme4 I bought the Corsair 600m for my 1st computer I was building.
Summary: In the past, I always been cheap on spending top dollar on psu, and went with the non-brand generic one. Well, what a mistake when the generic one i brought didn't even last a year and overheated which putting my $700 of computer components to risk. Well I switch it out with a corsair cx 600m, and boy!! what a difference, the noise is instantly reduced and silenced, the computer run cooler, and best of all is 80 certified bronze!!
Amazon keeps sending defective items and taking advantage of customers.This must end now.
7 September 2013
Summary: This is the second power supply I ordered from Amazon.com first power supply was a cx430 and it broke down with melting cables inside almost caused a house fire and I replaced it with my own money and threw away the old one. Now Amazon.com has sent me this cx600m that I just received supposedly brand new and the inside box damaged sent from Amazon fulfillment center because somebody else did not want it because of its outside condition.
Poorly Assembled and took me a while and great effort to reassemble the power supply
5 September 2013
Summary: I've heard that Corsair has a high quality of power supply so I ordered this CX600M. The power supply was very poorly assembled. I could not believe that the metal cover of the power supply was not sealed at all and the whole black metal box was something like a trapezium but not a cube. In this case, I have to loosen the screws very carefully and readjust the metal cover myself.
Summary: The cables that came with it were these "type 3" chords that had a pcie connector at the end. I entered the pcie connector to my gpu, but that type 3 connector would not fit in anywhere. What's the point of sending these cables if it won't even fit into the power supply.
Summary: Like others have stated, this power supply has some major issues with the PCI-e connectors and the main 24 pin connector. I almost damaged the motherboard trying to get the 24 pin to seat all the way. I also almost damaged it trying to removed the 24 pin. It literally was not cut to fit a standard 24 pin. I have never in 15 years experienced a 20+4 pin with these types of issues. It obviously was not limited to a few units either as I am seeing this over and over.