Summary: after having this for about a week (at the time) the PCIe slot decided to stop working. after thinking it was the graphics card. sending it back to evga and getting it back. the graphics card decided to stop working again. it turns out, it is this power supply.
Summary: This power supply normally runs very quiet except sounds like a jet engine under load. I am running two GTX 560 TIs in SLI, and after about 15 minutes of Battlefield 3 the fan kicks in and my computer sounds like it's going to take off.
Summary: If you are looking for a portable typhoon for < 100£, this is a must buy. It is seriously loud under load and often won't back down until a system restart. I am rmaing mine just in case, but the voice on the net tells that is a model issue, rather than a faulty unit.
Summary: Bought this to power my Crossfire system. 2 x XFX HD Radeons 5870s. I already was using a XFX 650w PSU in this system and it works perfect but my 2nd PC was in need of a new PSU so decided to get this OCZ 750w and put the 650w in the 2nd PC.
Summary: Estuve buscando una Fuente de Alimentación (F. de A. / P. S.) de entre 650 y 750W para mi PC que fuera modular 100%, o sea con todos los conectores enchufables. Vi una Coolmax que me gustaba en Amazon.com pero me dijeron que no la podían enviar a España y no la tenían en catálogo en Amazón.es.