Summary: The lower end EVGA power supplies (pretty much all the non-Supernova models) are actually made by HEC/Compucase, which is a brand not very well known for quality parts. These lower end EVGA power supplies use older components and are based on an older design to keep the cost of production low.
Pros: -Strong single +12v rail. -Enough connectors for the average PC. Also has sleeved cables. -3 year mfg. warranty. -Decent 120mm fan. -Teapo caps (best non-Japanese capacitors).
Cons: Can't complain for the price you pay, unless you get a DOA unit of course.
Quieter than the old stock power supply in the same footprint
4 weeks ago
Summary: I put in a bunch of other stuff but newegg apparently does not like religion and does not allow h oly c rap so they get a less egg for being terrible review crushing knuckleheads so we dont affend people wow. action without meaning and motion without function.
Pros: Quite or the same as a stock fan, a whole carp load of extra SATA's, Excellent price.
Cons: The cable to the graphics card is like 2" too short to make a decent looking connection. The satas are a bit excessive like 12 or something im too lazy to look at specs again or open PC but shoving them into a hole was easy enough. the sata terminals wire length are really about 1.5" too short to...
Summary: It seemed to have a sturdy title behind its brand name. My brothers and I were hoping it would atleast worked straight out of the box. For having 600 watts, it seems ok for a low-ended gaming computer. However, it didnt work at all.