Summary: I bought this item as the description said it had 4 PCI-E connectors. When I received the item it only has 2. I returned the item to Amazon.com (which was easy) and got the 750W model and that has 4 PCI-E connectors for just a few bucks more.
Summary: Bought Thermaltake PS (older version, for around $150 at the time) from Best Buy. It was claimed to have a 5 year warranty. It last a bit over 2 years, but Thermaltake rejects to take it for repairs. Stay away from this brand.
Summary: Pros: silent 80+ bronze cheap power stays on for ~500ms after no power cons: non removable cables/ non modular only 2 pci-e 6+2 pins (although i can add more with 2x4pin to 6pin pcie adapters) notes: 4pin connectors nice stickers on side (dosent look like a black brick)
Summary: Has everything you need to build a solid reliable PC. Tons of hookups, super quiet and super reliable. The weight gives away the quality, and ran it through a stress test and it held it's own. The active power features are a plus for anyone looking to protect their investment as well.