Summary: Arrived DEAD. Does not pass paper-clip test / does not power up. Going to return for a like product, heard good reviews of item and like the size and supposed quietness...but it is going to have to work to get any stars.
Summary: Replaced a very noisy oem PS and it is much, much quieter, almost silent. Fit and finish are 1st class and surprising for the price. Does exactly what it is supposed to do and couldn't ask for more than that. A+++++++++ Real bargain, also.
Summary: I used this to replace a burned out PSU in an older Dell desktop. While this PSU was a little smaller than the original and not all the screw holes lined up, it had no problems bringing the old Dell back to life.
Summary: How much is Rosewill saving off of the short 12v atx cable? I have a Dell 530s, Motherboards are not much smaller than what is inside this particular computer. Very disappointed to find that now I have to wait another week to get one of my computers working, and another 5 dollars later. I ended up buying the: StarTech 8-Inch ATX 12V 4-Pin P4 CPU Power Extension Cable (ATXP4EXT). Plus there is a stupid gap that other reviewers have talked about, is this a joke?
Summary: 4-pin is short. I guess that manufacturer didn't know that some TFX cases like mine require power supply bottom of it not like ordinary cases. So, I purchased a $4 4-pin extension. Anyway, I am satisfied with this one because it is quite. Pros: Quite and Cheap Cons: 4-pin is short. You might need to purchase 4-pin extension.
Summary: I received a Dell-530S with a dead PS as a "fix it and it's yours" gift, so I gave this PS a shot. As a replacement supply this worked well. Not an exact fit and only 3 mounting screws line up on the Dell-530S but it's a pretty solid mount even with 3 screws. It is advertised with 1 SATA but actually has 2. Exactly what I needed so no need for the MOLEX to SATA converter.
Summary: I was not dealing with a high end system, so my expectations were not high for this unit. I was looking for replacement on an older machine, this was the cheapest unit from a reputable manufacturer I could find. I am satisfied with the performance. It runs quietly. The wiring seems lower quality than I have seen elsewhere. It did not fit my opening like the old supply did, but I am not sure that it is Rosewill's problem.
Summary: Doesn't fit correctly in a Dell Studio Slim 540s. You can get it in there by using 2 of the 3 mounting holes. It still leaves a 3mm "gap" between the case and the power supply. Also, the 4-pin cable to the motherboard is barely barely barely long enough to reach. If my video card were just a tiny bit taller, I would have been out of luck. It works, my Studio is happy with the power and runs fine. If you're replacing the PSU in a Dell Studio Slim, buy something else.