Summary: Basically everything I said in pros, I haven't heard a thing from it yet, enough power for everything, lots of cords but because it's modular I don't have to use it all, saving a lot of space for cable management.
Pros: 80 Plus Gold, Fully Modular, Ample power for general use, The handle at the back was a nice surprise, Silent
Summary: Good Price Killer packaging Tons of connections Silent 10 years warranty Over all a top buy in my books
Pros: 10 Years EVGA will look after you!, Powdercoat casing, PS comes in high end packages that shows the extra care EVGA went to., A great selection of outputs that I found many or all lacked at this wattage
Cons: nothing as of yet and with 10 years warranty I don`t see ever having a con on this PS
Summary: Everything about this PSU is quality. Even so, the price is a little on the high side for a 650. Load tests show it is nice and stable. The fan maybe a little loud (slightly noticeable) but it is large, high rpm and more than capable of keeping things cool. The quality of this product is really impeccable. Would buy again.
Summary: I used this to replace a bargain PSU in my gaming PC. It is slightly longer than a standard ATX supply, so keep that in mind and measure if you have any possible clearance issues. Plenty of cable options and more than enough amperage on the GPU rails for serious over clocking. The cables are all extra long and easily reach in a full tower case, even when routed on the back side for cable management.
Summary: EDIT: Looks like it's starting to make some electrical noise. I probably should have gone with the Be Quiet! instead.
Pros: -Fully modular, -80P Gold, -There is a dedicated velcro bag for the cables, -The brushed exterior, -I actually like the metal handle at the back as it's just another convenient spot to grab if/when you're moving the case round, especially for mATX
Cons: -making the VGA cables the only non-black cables was a bit annoying, it'd be nice if they were all black too because why not, -evga's psu's seem to have a bit of electrical noise to them after the first month wears them in
Summary: Bought for $99.99-$10 MIR. Power supply comes in good packaging. Cables were hard to manage because of the stiffness, but the PSU is fully modular so it was fine. I chose this between the AX650 from corsair and I'm happy with my choice. The only thing missing is a dedicated bag for cables, but the PSU bag works fine. System is running great after being overclocked. 3570k n 4.5ghz and 1.175v GTX 670 n 114% Power limit, 1215mhz boost clock, 7ghz memory, and stock voltage.
Pros: 80+ Gold, Aesthetics, Fully Modular, Great packaging, Great looking cables, Quiet, Price
Cons: Stiff Cables, Handle is kind of pointless, but doesn't bother me at all, No dedicated bag for cables.