Summary: Very quiet and powerful power supply. I use it to power a dual radeon 290 computer and I have no problem with it. I find that the flat cables (ribbon style) are harder to route properly in the case. I find the rounded cables found on my other power supply are easier to set up.
Summary: I've only owned this for a couple weeks so far. This much of a psu is only really needed if you're running one of those 9xxx series amd cpu's, or going sli/crossfire. I'm in the latter camp. It's worked perfectly for my needs, so far.
Summary: I've used cheap power supplies in the past but this time when I went to build my new system I decided to go with a higher quality part. You can just feel that these power supplies are built better than the cheap ones.
Summary: The power supply itself is wonderful. More than enough power for most systems; and excellent bang per buck. The problem is the atrocious design of the cables. The plastic ribbon design is very rigid and difficult to route. It hampers air flow as a result. I like a nice, clean system.
Summary: Works great on my msz97 board and powers the following with no problems for the last few weeks Geforce 690 256gb ssd 2tb sata 500gb sata 150gb sata 2 usb sata drives 1 usb external drive 1 usb wifi card laptone (it's excellent) usb blu-ray drive
Summary: Excellent quality power supply, only complaint would be that says cables did not have the sata connector spacing on the cable spacing for an optical drive at the top of a system and two storage drives at the bottom. This is a nitpick really so its great for what it says it is.
Totally going to grab another 280x and crossfire this bad boy
Ryan K., Amazon
5 December 2013
Summary: Ample power for most high spec systems with one or two gpu's and overclock capable. Currently running one 280x O.C'd, 16gb ram, i7 4790k O.C'd @ 4.8Ghz, h80i, 6 fans, ODD, SSD, 2HDD's And the fan still hasn't moved meaning im utilising less than 40% of the actual power, even when under maximum load...