Summary: That 4+4 cpu pin could get in the way on some ITX builds, if it ends up cramped too near the I/O panel or PCI slot Don't use for SLI/Crossfire setups - the dual power connectors for the GPU run off the same line. The wattage indicates it isn't meant for that anyway. Great psu!!
Pros: EVGA build quality and warranty Got to peel off the protective film over the shiny logo one of every imaginable single-gpu connector - yay for single-card builds! 4+4 cpu power pin Sheathed cables
Summary: This Psu is a product for medium budgets offering a good relationship between price and performance. Testing on stress programs as OCCT, the Psu offer solids values on the 3 lines: 3.32 (+3.3V), 4.97 (+5V) and 12.16 (+12V). No coil whine, silent fan, adequate long wires, It could be better?
Pros: Good output values, EVGA 3 year warranty, price.
Cons: Non modular, sleeve bearing fan (bad thing).
Pros: Excellent psu more than enough wattage, the evga brand name made me even more comfortable as well as the 80 plus bronze rating. I picked it up for around 39.99 and have yet to send in my rebate! No coil whine (fingers crossed) and extremely quiet fan
Cons: None to mention just dont max it out and you're golden