Summary: I'm sure it's a good PSU judging but the other reviews, but tested successfully, I have a dead PSU after only two days. I'll be sending it back and will change my review if it lasts any longer.
Summary: This unit was bad news from the beginning. Original died in 3 weeks and the next one had a tune you could "hum" to -- not to mention the extremely loud fan. Anyway, this situation got me to thinking that my Sandy Bridge baby deserved a modular PSU. Look at the EVGA modular PSUs. They do have a tech support number!
Summary: This power supply is dead quiet, and I had no problem installing it or getting the cables in. I will say I have one regret: I wish I'd bought the modular unit. There are a *lot* of cables on there, and it's not easy to screw around with just the ones you need. This isn't really a design flaw, it's just what happens when you have that many non-modular cables.
Summary: I spent the better part of 4 months narrowing down that my old 650w PC power and cooling psu had blown out after 2 years of faithful service. It took a lot of troubleshooting, but it was a joy to finally fix the missing piece. I was getting random reboots while processing videos and games. I had added a new Terabyte drive and I guess my old PSU couldn't handle it. I thought it was my graphics card, my software, or even my motherboard/ram.