Summary: This is a fully modular PSU and I was able to fit it into a uATX case, QX-2000, with a little creativity. Everything was well marked and well made. This was my first custom build and I was stumped by the supplemental power requirement and subsequent cables and could not figure out why the fans would spin but the mobo would not POST or provide beep codes. This is a rookie mistake and no fault of the PSU. Just offering it up for other rookies.
Summary: Got this on a boxing day sale for $99. This is simply an AMAZING PSU for the price and will hold it's own against larger competitor's 1000 watts, etc. Very solid, fantastic for overclocking, and MODULAR CABLES all contribute to a very nice package from Silverstone, who is one of the best in the industry.
Pros: -Rock-solid rails, -Quiet fan with good airflow, -MODULAR CABLES FTW
Summary: This power supply is one of the top, if not the BEST you can buy, in any price range. 80+ Silver, 100% Modular, SLi Ready, it's very quiet, two 8pin EPS 12v's, which for anyone OC'ing and has an EVGA mobo is essential. Best of all it is of a high quality design and to be had for $150. A great deal for 850 watts of quality power.
Summary: I love the way this PSU is designed: Modular cables, so you only have the ones you want ''cluttering'' up the inside of your case. Each one is clearly labeled with an easy-to-read permanent tag, and it's got the 8-pin EPS plug that most new motherboards require. I just wish there had been some explanation about the pin shapes on the ''extra'' 4-pin plug that goes to the supplemental power connector on the motherboard.