Summary: After a couple months of daily (10 hour+) use I am still very happy with this power supply. No issues and it's remarkably quiet. This is my second Silverstone and it won't be my last. Plenty of cable length and connectors. If you're using a smaller than mid size case you may find there is too much cable. Lots of connectors and they seem to be good quality. I can connect / disconnect without worrying something will snap apart.
Pros: 5 year warranty/Whisper quiet what more can I say.
Summary: After having owned and working on non-modular power supplies for the past 3 years, getting a modular one is a big (but good) change. It is unlikely that I would go back to a non-modular one as it seems very restriting. This particular power supply def has enough juice to run my system with no problems.
Pros: The modular part of this is awesome cause it allowed my to get rid of 3-4 excess cables that would have taken up a lot of room in my case. It is powerful enough to run both my GTX 570 and my GTS 8800 with no problems
Cons: No issues experienced with this power supply to date
Summary: Great PSU! Highly recommend to everyone, since the price is a bit lower now. Silverstone always makes quality and they don't disappoint with this unit
Pros: Great Power Supply! Its super quite, and the modular cables makes everything a breeze. I can't hear it when my system is on ever, its so quiet. Also the modular cables make it excellent for sleeving if you want that custom look!
Summary: I absolutely love this psu, its fully modular so it keeps my case nice and organized without all those extra cables just sitting there. Very quiet, one of the quietest components in my case if not the quietest. Keeps up with everything nicely. Running a GTX 470, asus maximus, i5 760 with intentions of using sli in the future it will hold up nicely.
Pros: Fully Modular, 80+ silver, nice flat black finish, Quiet
Summary: Great performance and really like that it’s fully Modular. Cables are proper length for a full ATX case (yes including 8/2 x 4 pin 12v CPU connector) and looks very clean in my windowed case and can easily handle 2 5770s, bunch of fans and OC CPU.
Pros: Lots of power with a quiet fan and 80 PLUS Silver efficiency, Can handle 4 x 8pin graphic card power connectors, Fully modular, Relatively good sleeving, Single rail (720W) for good power distribution
Summary: Solid PSU. Nothing to report on performance as i don't have professional volt/amp/current measuring tools. My system is very stable with it though and i'm trying to push a 4.2Ghz OC on air. However, it does run very quiet, one thing i really look for in a PSU.
Pros: Well packaged, large box., Nice matte finish., Super quiet, Feels super solid (heavy), Lots of cables and options
Cons: Some cables a bit short while others are too long., Would like a power off switch on the back.