It's loud! And the fans never turns off...but it's worked well for 2 years!
The Archer, Amazon
12 June 2014
Summary: I had this in an HTPC build and I would not recommend it! This PSU is great, fantastic build quality, loads of connectors etc but it is a noisy little thing. I'm not *that* harsh on these sort of things but if you want silent, or even 'quiet' then I wouldn't go for this. It's was easily audible across the room from behind a TV cabinet, though obviously not once a movie/show had started and sound kicked in.
Summary: good brand, great price, came quick and still working today, you know which ones you can trust and which you can't, look at the reviews of the good branded ones against the low ratings of the cheaper ones
Summary: Pretty much silent Enough power to run: AMD FX6300 (6 core cpu) With artic cooling freezer pro cooler AMD 7770 Super OC - DD cooler Zotac GTX 550 Ti AMP! (for physx) 1x Sandisk Ultra plus SSD 1x WD 1TB Blue 1x DVDRW 4GB Ram And a bunch of case fans I dont even here it spin the fan up so can probably run even more from it. No more shutting down in the middle of games - YAY! A must buy if you are on a budget!
Summary: I originally had a cit power supply which was louder than anything else in my whole computer, it later failed after 4 days so I bought this as a replacement and won't be going to another company for psu's ever again, this powers my system perfectly and is really quiet, most graphics card fans will be louder than this mine is :3 I would recommend corsair psu's to any builders and use them for every PC I make purely because of their reliability.
Summary: Not sure on the durability of this PSU as I have only had it a week, however it is lovely and quiet and well.. its providing my PC with enough power :) One thing to be aware of is that the main 18 pin power cable is the size of a hosepipe and can be tricky to stuff behind the motherboard without the case bulging out.
Summary: Had it for a year, powers a 6 core AMD cpu, 16gb ram, nvidia 3D graphics card, 3 x hard discs, cd/dvd player, sound blaster fatal1ty card and i barely hear a noise from it... if you want a quiet system, you need to spend the cash unfortunately very happy with this so far...
Summary: I modified it to maintain power to a battery-powered inverter. It doesn't seem to provide quite the rated current at 12.0 volts, but it's good enough. I'd love to know how to get 13.6 volts out of it!
Summary: This power supply powers my PC easily, it never cuts off and it has not overheated yet. It also has not blown up or caught fire like in my previous experiences with lots of other brands. Great Buy!