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.
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.
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.
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.
Summary: Worked for about two years flawlessly then it bit the dust. Came home from a weekend event to find the system 'off'. Nothing I could do would make it work again. Dead supply. Luckily, I still had the old one I replaced that worked but was lower power.
Summary: Had this running for 4.5 years on a gaming build with an AMD quad core, recently upgraded to an AMD R9 270 (just one PCI-E power connector, so not a power hog) which states on the box it requires a 500W, so all should have been fine.
Summary: The product failed after 5 years. It has a 3 year warranty so I am out of luck. To be fair there were no problems with it up until it failed but I am not sure I will buy this brand again because of it.