Cons: I received this power supply in hopes that it would power my newly upgraded computer and it has failed me by not sending me a 4+4 12v cord adapter or by not having a 4+4 12v cord on the PSU it self. I do not recommend this item look somewhere else.
Summary: Would recommend it to a friend for the price but looking back I wish I had paid the extra 10 bucks for the certification
Pros: I have had this for 3 years and has never given me more than a hiccup. It is relativity quiet and has all the connectors I need for anything I want to do. And the price is amazing for the wattage you get.
Cons: I regret not getting one that is 80 plus anything certified. I am always a little on edge when I turn on my computer for the first time after a major remodel of my computer. My next PSU will have an 80 plus certification and I recommend any to do the same
Summary: Using this with a power hungry setup - 8350 overclocked, r9 290 gpu, 4 hard drives, water cooler and half a dozen fans. If this supply can handle my setup, it can handle any Intel single gpu system guaranteed, multi card systems who knows but 700w is usually plenty on a single 12v rail psu.
Pros: I purchased this model at Fries (newegg doesn't allow the real name) based in the price and reputation of the brand. Mine was built in 2014 and is 80+ Bronze certified, and has been updated for Haswell compatibility. I don't know if Newegg is selling old inventory but the current version of this ...
Cons: Newegg might be selling the older version of this pus.
Summary: I bought this today, and couldn't wait to hook it up along with my new GT 730. I was disappointed to say the least. I plugged it in, and it made a high pitched whining sound. That definitely was no coil.
Pros: -PSU looks good
Cons: Came in DOA, hopefully Thermaltake won't screw me with RMA this time.