Pros: I don't know much what you can say about this, other than it works. The power supply is very much a functional thing that you never really care about, in my opinion. It has more than enough wattage for me (I left a lot of extra room for future upgrades). It's been running on a daily basis, someti...
Cons: The CPU power cable was a tad short - I have a huge case with a cable routing section in back, and was unable to use it for the CPU power, which is at the opposite side of the case. The cable was still long enough to reach it directly. Just not long enough to be routed through the back and back o...
Pros: Received the PSU and immediately installed it in my case. It slid into the right spot and screwing it into place was easy as pie. Had all the necessary cables and have had no problems since I got it.
Cons: The only problem I have is that there are ALOT of cables that I have no use for. I'm wondering if I should cut off the excess or just keep them stuffed?
Cons: Died months after warranty was up. Really frustrating since it had signs of problems the last few years, but just died a few months after the warranty was up. Multiple times required tinkering with to get system to power up.
Summary: I read reviews that said the non-modular cables were what everyone needs to make a computer, so all thye hard wired cables would be used on every build. I assumed this was true, but this is not the case. I did not need the molex cord and had to hide this rather large cable.
Pros: Solid performance with enough power to upgrade down the road. Long secondary motherboard connection worked on my full tower case without need for extension.
Cons: Not what I envisioned semi modular would be.
Summary: - PSU did not come in a felt bag like all of my other Corsair PSU purchases. This makes me feel like it is refurbished or something fishy is going on. I purchased the PSU a little over a month ago and just now realized it when I went to look for the bag.
Pros: - Great color scheme - Tons of power, especially on the 12v rail - Long cables - All the cable types and amounts that you could possibly want - Third purchase of this PSU and it has not let me down yet
Cons: - Length and amount of cables can make for a potential cable management nightmare
Cons: Only lasted a year and a half with moderate use. It just stopped working. My last PSU was 'Thermaltake W0093RU 500W ATX 12V 2.0' , it lasted 4 years with heavy use and I gave it to a friend and it still works.