Summary: An absolute beast of a power supply. Fantastic price for the full modular features. I am very glad I paid the extra 50 dollars to get this as apposed to the lower end non modular corsair equivalent wattage power supply.
Summary: Beautiful little PSU. Powers my GTX 760, 5 hard drives, an i7 920, and more at almost absolute silence. The included cables are high-quality and plentiful. Fits well in my Corsair Carbide Series Air 540 High Airflow ATX Cube Case http://smile.amazon.com/Corsair-Carbide-Series-Airflow-CC-9011030-WW/dp/B00D6GINF4
Summary: Paid $10 more for this a month ago and it's well worth it at either price. In my Mini ITX system (GeForce 650Ti Boost, Core i7-4790) I have yet to hear the PSU fan kick in even after long bouts of gaming, and my Corsair 250D case is 2 feet away on my desktop. Much more compact that the OCZ 750ZT Bronze that this replaces.
Summary: I bought this as an upgrade to replace a broken power supply thinking Corsair would not fail me, but it was dead on arrival. I went down to Staples (because I couldn't wait any longer) bought an Antec installed it and the computer fired right up! Thanks Corsair - lost an entire day troubleshooting this.
Summary: Never hear the fan. This thing is very nice. My system never gets warm enough for its fan to turn on. Great when combined with "Corsair Hydro Series Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler H100i " and "Corsair Carbide Series Black 400R Mid Tower .
This is a great PSU. Very quiet and more than enough watts ...
Amazon Customer, Amazon
10 September 2014
Summary: This is a great PSU. Very quiet and more than enough watts for my build. They only downside are the cables. They are very stiff and cable management is virtually impossible. My build is in a Thermaltake Chaser A31 case which has large window on the side which allows folks to peer inside. With the case lit up with six (6) Blue LED fans and a two Meter sleave of red LEDs, you want it to look neat. It does not, at least with the supplied cables.
Summary: Full modular is the way to go. No extra cable that you have to tuck away, use only what you need. And it's supper quiet. I can't even hear mine running. Hardest part was to figure out which way it mounted in the case. Couldn't tell just by looking at it which way the exhaust blew out. 50/50 chance...got it right the first time. Corsair is making some nice power supplies now!