Summary: I thought it was going to be completely modular and it wasn't but I have to say that it's been great so far. I was able to connect my GTX 770 SC Graphics Card but I'm going to need to upgrade to a different power supply in order to add a secondary graphics card for SLI.
Summary: Nice PSU, well built, comes in a beatiful package, backed up with good warranty, and priced fairly good, the only down side is its not fully modular, the CPU and Motherboard ATX power cables are connected, so if you are planning to use custom cables in your rig this is not for you, from the name "Enthusuast, you would think its buitl with that purpose in mind.
Summary: Although this is labeled as a modular power supply it mostly is not. The 20 + 4 pin, the 8 pin aux, a strand of molex, strand of ATA power and 2 PCI-E 4/6(cant remember which) are all run directly into the PSU and not removable at all. Other than that solid power, does have all the connectors I needed to do SLI on GTX 660TIs as well as my peripherals. I still like this purchase but really wish only the 20+4 and 8 pin aux were forced connectors.
Summary: Bourght it for my first built computer. wasn't sure how big I need, always go for big, got good choice, over my need, the 4 pin mother board power a little too short to hide for my DF-35, the cable is reachable, have to buy a extendsion for it, not only length it also convert it to 8 pin. now I can organize my cable nicely.
Summary: It can power 6-8 HDDs, an overclocked Quad Core processor,dual graphics card & still doesn't say die. I upgraded from a 600W supply & the difference is immediately obvious. I see no voltage drops whatsoever on the 12V & 3.3V rails. This supply is simply ROCK SOLID.A word of advice though, if you want the most energy efficient power supply for your PC, get the 80plus gold rated Corsair AX850W. This power supply is 80plus bronze rated.