Summary: That power supply is a very good choice for single video card systems of any kind. It would probably hold its own in a 2-video card system too. Good silent fan, modular cables quite easy to manage. Read up the techpowerup review for details. Corsair delivered again with this reliable model. Like many modular PSUs, there is a subset of cables soldered that you can't remove but, except for the obsolete Molex, all these cables are required even in the barest of builds.
Pros: Very good efficiency, Lot of expansion available
Summary: I bought this for a build with the white cables you can get for it from corsair. Biggest issue I have is that the 24 pin which in not modular has a really awful sleeving job done on it. The last 2" of all the cables are bare and all sorts of colours. These should have at least been sleeved properly.
Summary: Snagged this bad boy on sale for $60 off reg, and was really impressed with not only the presentation, but the functionality of it as well.. If you're in the market for a good PSU, than Corsair won't let you down.
Summary: Great value, more than enough connectors, uncertain about the quality, and well, it does power the computer. Downside to the one I got, it makes some awful noise. Fan also never actually kicks on, just twitches while a lot of noise emits from the power supply. The noise it makes can be heard from the next room. So while this PSU is decently priced and this is my first Corsair, I'm not sold on this company.