Summary: I have a two Geforce cards (GeForce 550 Ti and GTX 970), in addition to the full required parts to run a PC and through each use of gaming sessions and daily use it has not failed me. I enjoy the blue lighting, its a nice touch.
Pros: The blue light is a great touch No Issues so far with performance even with two graphic cards. Reliable, reasonable energy consumption
Summary: Not really a pro or a con. But as you can see in the picture it comes with a blue LED in the fan so if you're not running a blue color scheme in your system you are kind of just dealing with it. I have mine oriented fan side down so the color of the LED doesn't really affect my color scheme much.
Pros: - 4 12v rails is absolutely amazing - No coil wine - Enough PCI-E connectors to support SLI with cards that have 6-pin connectors - Looks great - Great Price
Cons: - CPU connector is to short to be cable managed in a full size ATX case, My CM Storm Stryker came with an extension so I was able to cable manage it. -It is semi modular. Wish it was fully modular so I could replace the cables for better color matching
Summary: If they can exclude most of the power components for accessories (HDD/SSD/Other Drives) out of the main harness and including them in the bag, installation would have gone alot easier. But I'm happy with the PSU and I am using another PSU by rosewill in another case and has served me well over the years. Wouldn't go with a different brand.
Pros: A good amount of power for the price. Tons of extra cables... I mean TONS... Unnecessary amount of extra cables... Runs cool.
Cons: I would've enjoyed only have the common ATX MB power connectors on the main harness. It was slightly difficult to route thick loom through my case. I ended up not using some of the connectors in the harness and using the included connectors (in the rosewill pouch) for connecting my graphics driver card power. That's where the -1 egg came from.
Summary: I had bought a Seasonic which to my understanding was supposed to be the best brand in power supplies, but it died after just 2-3 months of light to moderate use. No overclocking, no monster GPU, just average gear. So I bought this Rosewill hoping it would perform at lease as well as the Seasonic. Well this Rosewill actually surpassed my expectations. It has been performing perfectly for months now.
Summary: For the price I believe if your wanting a 1000w PSU give this a shot and I think you'll be happy with it.
Pros: Bought mine in 2010 and still running strong. Got mine while it was on sale since it was a 1000w PSU and was running SLI at the time. Honestly wasn't sure what to expect as I had never really used Rosewill, but after 4 years with no issues I'll look at them again. Never had issues with noise or anything else.