Summary: Good unit plenty of cables to use. I would have given it 5 stars but the CPU power cable is too short. If you don't know how to mod or nervous about cutting into a new wiring harness you will be frustrated with the length of the cpu power cable. I had to route it under my GPU and against the south bridge of the MOBO to get it to fire up, I then spliced a new harness together so I could run it back into the case behind the interior cage. Other than this great unit.
Summary: It's 2013, I'm 4 years out on a 3 year warranty and the power supply has failed. No warning, just no longer boots up motherboard. I replaced the motherboard, then the CPU, then finally the power supply and it was the power supply. I wasn't pushing the power supply at all. Only needed a 500W supply but decided that a 700W might provide longer life. Disappointed. Product should last a little longer than 1 year beyond the warranty. Especially "quality" products.
Summary: Good balanced power, great price for semi modular design . Died after three weeks !!! RMA process a big pain had to buy a replacement, but went corsair 80plus gold $35 more but sooooo !!! worth it! but when i finally get it back i will hopefully have a decent back up psu.
Summary: I bought this OCZ ModXStream Pro because my computer was underpowered. Installation was easy, but I was unimpressed with a couple of advertised features. First, the semi-modular design theoretically helps improve cable management. This tuned out not to be the case. The CPU and ATX cables come wrapped in a huge net that is fat, stiff, and unwieldy. I attached two other cable bundles. I don't know how anyone who needs all the cables would fit them into their case.
Summary: After sending everything to the company that they asked for and paying the 3 dollars for faster processing and shipping it has been 3 weeks and no response of any kind. The product works decent enough but the companies customer service is lacking.
Summary: Today mine failed in a very odd way. The power load was not changed, rather I switched an SSD data connection to another SATA port. And then my OCZ was dead, just like that. What can you say about a PSU, either it works or it doesn't, so I don't know how to rate this honestly. I bought it exactly 2 years ago, and (thanks be) it has a 3 year warranty. I'm applying for an RMA, I presume I'll get it and they'll send a replacement.
Summary: I dont think OCZ anticipated bottom-mounted PSUs when they designed this. Basically I would say dont buy this if the case you are using features a bottom-mount CPU. They could have prevented any problems with this unit by providing somewhat longer cables. The bottom line is that if I had it to do over again, I would probably choose a different PSU for my new build. Good idea, flawed execution by OCZ.
Pros: The unit delivers power reliably, and 700W is sufficient for all but the most demanding systems. Modular cabling is a nice idea, and the system for snapping in the cables works fine.
Cons: The cables are too short. The 8-pin 12V CPU power cable barely reached to the connector on my motherboard, and Im having to buy an extension to make it work. The modular SATA cord is too short to connect to both my DVD burner and the hard drive, and this is in a mid-tower case. No way would it work in a full tower. The upshot of this is that I had to use two different SATA power leads, pretty much negating the purpose of using a modular design in the first place.
Summary: En PSU som du får vad du betalar för. + Fungerar i stort sett bra - Låter förvånansvärt mycket (dovt murr, mest i burken) - Korta kablar - Styva kabelkontakter, vilket gör att det kan vara svårt att koppla in ett grafikkort i trånga utrymmen - Semimodulärt, vilket innebar att jag fortfarande får lösa kontakter i chassit. Blir ett tystare nätagg nästa gång, även om det blir dubbelt så dyrt.