Summary: With regards o the fire issue/s. It's important to take note that if you have a video card that only requires (1) PCI-e plug be sure and choose the plug that has the Yellow & black cords. Why? It is on the #2 12+ rail. The all yellow cords w/connector are on the #1 rail which is shared.
Pros: Quiet and dependable Have been running this PSU since 10/2011.
Summary: I would buy from Antec again, but after reading some of the horror story comments about this particular model catching on fire and nearly burning down buildings, I may abstain! I am working on getting them to replace this with a new one, possibly a different model.
Pros: Seems to run low and quiet (when it runs!)
Cons: I bought this back in June 2014 and didn't have time to deal with it until recently -- intermittent power issues. Out of box I had trouble with it coming on at all, and it first blamed by case. Tested with a known good supply and it was not the fault of the case (also Antec). It will not stay on ...
Summary: I still am trying to figure out why it caught on fire... I have only cleaned the case ever since I installed the power supply over a year ago. My only conclusion was that I had left it running over 24 hours, and I've done that many times before with this computer along with previous computers that I...
Pros: I've had this power supply for over a year and it's been great. In fact it's been really great. Runs quiet lots of connections, and it still powers the computer when flames are coming out of it.
Cons: My only complaint is that it caught fire, and it did even did that really well.
Summary: Glad to see they are still selling PSU for so many years. It just works and works and works...
Pros: I made a review over 3 years ago, but I felt I needed to do an update. This Antec unit has run wonderfully this past 3 years, and I just recently in the past 2 months added a r9 280x and a FX 8350, which are of no issue for this power supply.