Summary: This is a fantastic power supply backed by an extremely solid company. I love the design and the hybrid feature. Fully modular was an awesome choice as well when cable management was taken in to consideration. It came with an assortment of goodies including cable bags made of fine material, twist ties, and extra screws.
Summary: I bought this power supply back in December when I built my computer and it has given me no problems so far. Pros -Fully modular which helps for cable management -Gold efficiency -Has been reliable -Quiet -Comes in a nice case which will hold all of you extra power cords -The case it comes in is heavily pad it to protect it in shipping Cons -The modular power cords will reach all of your components in your case but if you are trying to thread them through your case so...
Summary: I got this power supply because of the price, the brand and the fact that it is gold certificate. So far the product has worked as expected. The fan is extremely quiet and I looooove that it is a modular power supply. This helped me a lot to keep my case in order ;) Highly recommended!
Summary: I really dug on the packaging for this unit, normally I wouldn't remark on it but...the inclusion of a velvet bag is a nice touch. It being fully modular at such a great price is quite awesome as well. I'd like to note though that if you are using a large case such as the HAF X like I am, you will need to know that certain cables might require extensions (such as the 8pin CPU cord).
Summary: I only trust SeaSonic to power all of my new builds when clean and stable power matter the most (heavy lifting workstations or gaming machines). The first thing you will notice when opening the box is the ornate packaging. The PSU itself comes in a velvet rope bag just like a bottle of Crown Royal and the cables have a storage case for anything you don't use.
Summary: I got this one to replace the Cooler master one I had . This is a Rock and extremely quiet. I did have to figure out the right connectors to use. This one is overkill, but that is what I like. Do it right once.