Summary: ...runs very well on my PC, I have 4 HDD, 1 videio card, 2 RAM cards, and optical drive, and a memory card reader. ...has a lot of cables, all modulars, and I connected all without the need of getting more. ..
Summary: I was running into issues where my machine would hang with a 600w power supply. Once I installed this, my problems went away. Very quiet and it moves a bunch of air. The modular cables are great, I wish there were more cables vs a bunch of connectors on each cable. Will buy another!
Summary: All the power you need. The plug in cables permit you to only attach the cables you need, so there aren't a lot of extra, unused cables consuming space within the case. My motherboard has three PCIe x16 slots, but the power supply only has two power connections for the PCie cards.
Summary: I've had Thermaltake PSU's on other computers and they have all been consistently high quality devices. They are quiet and efficient. The components inside these power supplies are full sized components and not cheaply made miniatures. Thermaltake builds PSU's to last.
Summary: This product worked for about 45 days flawlessly. I must say it does well at providing power to all the components. However, after that 45 day mark (which, coincidentally, is the day the return policy expired where i bought it...) it began providing too much power when I boot up a game.
Summary: I chose this power supply for my very first computer build. It looks very good in my black case and matched the color accents on my ASRock Z77 Extreme6 motherboard. It is silent and delivers all the power I should ever need for this build.