Summary: I've had this psu for about a week and it has been working perfectly for me, low noise level, seems like a high build quality, and the matching blue tag and led match my build perfectly, only downside is the fixed cables, if it had a removable cable system it would help alot with clutter, but all around a great psu and worth the money.
Summary: The PSU is pretty good! I love the changeable lights and the fans are usually off when the supply isnt under any substantial load. The only downside is that the PSU is very load when switched on.
Summary: Fitted perfectly good length on cables, Negative comment LED light only worked on fan side, As I fitted the fan side down it now lights up the floor, could have done with extra sata connections, overall positive, quite running, solid build, good name and trusted tech
Summary: no problems so far. tested with paperclip trick and lights up fine. incase any of u wanna try this, dont be worried if the fan spins then stops, this psu does that!!!! it means its on low power state. lights are pretty good. enough cables for most people: 1 atx (24pin cable) 1 cpu cable 4 pci-e 8 sata 8 peripheral cables 2 floppy adaptors at 100%,its fairly loud but many wont get to 100%. (N.B. if ur build is around 800watts, buy a higher wattage, e.g. 900-1000).
Summary: So... firstly the features seem rather attractive: Changeable LED- very nice, very bright and the blue lights up in my system very well. It looks very nice and the cables are well sleeved. On the other hand, the cable ends are not very good to be honest, i had trouble putting them into things and it felt rather dodgy. It's all working though. there is a big mess at the bottom of my build since this is non modular.
Summary: Corsair never disappoints when it comes to reliability and quality, gave it a 4 because the cables are quite stiff and has a slight hum to it but nothing too bad, fans and hdd would still be loudest components in case