Summary: Easy to install, quiet fan, and seems to be of good quality. Perfect price for a budget build or HTPC. Only thing I really didn't like was that the color of the mesh sleeving around the cables is not very attractive, in my opinion.
Summary: Packed well and arrived quickly. Seems solidly built and voltages tested correct. When build was completed computer ran flawlessly. Fans were quiet and the seemed to move plenty of air. Lots of connectors (almost too many as you have to dress it out to make the wires neat).
Summary: After several power bumps and outages, my old Rosewill PSU starting showing signs that it might be dying. It lasted at least 7 years, and I figured I'd stick with the same brand. This GPU powers my current system with no issues whatsoever.
Cables are not long enough for bottom-mount cases.
David A. Jayne, Amazon
24 May 2015
Summary: I chose this power supply for a new PC build, but when I went to hook it up, the 8-pin 12V CPU power cable was not long enough to reach the socket on the motherboard (a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3).
Summary: Great quality and feel solid, enough power for my pc. Asrock FM2A58M-VSG3+ R 2.0 AMD Athlon x4 860k Black Edition Cooler Master Blizzard T2 Sapphire Radeon r7 250 2gb DDR3 Kingston HyperX FURY 8GB 1866MHz DDR3 Three 120mm fan led blue and one 80mm fan led blue Three HDD 7200rpm Very Happy with...
Summary: Amazingly cheap for the quality it provides. Probably the only thing I'd even think about recommending at this price point for a PC build. Not 80 plus rated so I knocked off a star, but it isn't going to explode like a diablotek will so still a great four star product.
Summary: Needless To Say - - - I Am Not Happy! One of my business customers called me this morning about their 1 year old computer that I built for them on 11-26-2013. When I repaired today; this Power Supply was dead, and I will eat the cost of the repair - - - - - To Save Face.
Pros: Well; it worked for 1 year and 1 month.
Cons: Big Deal; I could of used a $30 power supply and gotten this kind of longevity. I will no longer be using this brand in my Business machines, as far as I'm concerned - - - - Thermaltake is the brand that I will now use for all of my Business PC's.
Summary: Great PSU. Quiet, reliable, efficient, well-priced, and not some boring grey color. This thing packs plenty of power for most normal machines (and even plenty of gaming rigs), so unless you're running SLI, Crossfire, or some very old and inefficient parts, I'd recommend going for it.
Summary: I used this power supply for 5 years with little trouble but for some wrangling of the cables to keep them from resting on my video card or pressing against the motherboard. I had to replace it earlier this year due to some of the cables developing shorts and no longer providing full power to...
Pros: Has enough cables for most uses Is quiet Doesn't build excessive heat
Cons: The cables can be stiff and a little difficult to position, making this a poor choice for smaller cases. One cable is live and uncovered and in my case, would shut it down when it touched the case. (I never determined what it was supposed to power)