Summary: my old a8n sli deluxe with opteron 185 with AMD 5870 would not start, used a power supply tester to find my silverstone 650 watt zeus went bad after 10 years. This was a good replacement for such an old system for a usable computer that is used for just a few nights a week.
Summary: I had recently purchased a GTX460. It didn't show video. Sent the card back thinking IT was defective. Then got a 6770. Same thing happened. Did some research. They require a PCIe connector that can deliver at least 40-41 Amps on the 12V rail. This PSU doesn't.
Pros: Cheap. Good for low budget builds and graphic cards NOT requiring PCIe power.
Cons: +12V1@20A, +12V2@20A on the PCIe connector. THAT IS BAD. This will most likely NOT power any of today's graphics cards. It wouldn't work on a GTX460 or a 6770.
Summary: This seems to be a quality build. Time will tell. It is overkill for my build but it was so cheap. The nice long cables can be a "pro" or "con" depending on your build. So far though , I would buy again if needed.
Pros: Seems quality built. Plenty of connectors. LONG cables. Very quiet. PCI-e connectors. PRICE!
Cons: LONG cables. You will need to do some tucking and zip ties IF you use Micro-ATX (as far as a case).