Summary: I put this power supply into a Thermaltake A30 case which is a small form-factor design. My components included 2 SSD's. 2 HDD's, 2 ODD's, a PCI driven USB3 multi-function card reader, and the the A30's 4 case fans. The power supply was able to power all these components with 2 power cable left over; the modular design means I saved valuable space inside the case by not having to deal with these cables.
Summary: I used this power supply to replace my 300 watt supply. I closed up the case and booted my system and it overheated after a couple of minutes. I reopened the the case and checked all of the fans and for dust. I rebooted and everything has been fine since. I have been up almost continuously for weeks. The power supply cooling fan exhausts into the PC case which I don't like, but this does not appear to be a problem.
Summary: Lightweight and compact, good build quality. Powers an mATX, dual graphics card, quad-core CPU system easily. The graphics cards require external power, one 6-pin connector each. This OCZ PSU is up to the task.
Summary: This unit has good ratings from testers who try to max out the power output and verified that this brand delivers on its full rated power without failing. The modular cables mean you don't have to have dangling spare cables lying around cutting off air flow. Used it in an MSI full tower case with micro-ATX board and had no problems reaching any device or on-board connectors.
Summary: When I installed it into Obsidian 650D, I found that the 12V EPS CPU cable was too short for me to route it behind the motherboard and back out. I had to route that cable across the video card and CPU. This gave my build a messy look and blocked airflow.