Summary: I love the Corsair PSU, I bought it 8 months ago and still works like new, have not had a single problem with it with plenty of power to spare, I bought it for my gaming rid and the coolest feature about it is that comes with integrated LED lights in it, White, Red and Blue or you can turn it off if you prefer. I definitely recommend the GS800 to anyone, better have power to spare than to need it right?
Summary: The original GS700 I purchased was DOA... it didn't work out of the box. This surprised me because Corsair has a good track record for reliability. Since I needed a quick turnaround, I bought a replacement from my local Best Buy and returned the defective unit to Amazon (would have gotten another from Amazon if I didn't need it working that day). Return/refund process was simpler than I expected.
Summary: Corsair has always been recommended for delivering quality. Moreover, a power supply is not something to skimp out on. You might can find an off brand 700watt for $69.99, but you're also tossing the dice. And when power supplies go haywire, they can take your system with them. I purchased this power supply wanting to upgrade from an old 450watt that was more or less obsolete given today's graphics cards.
Summary: I've had this psu for about a week and it has been working perfectly for me, low noise level, seems like a high build quality, and the matching blue tag and led match my build perfectly, only downside is the fixed cables, if it had a removable cable system it would help alot with clutter, but all around a great psu and worth the money.
Summary: The Corsair GS 600 is an outstanding entry level gaming power supply. It is more than robust enough to handle a single high end GPU and all the fans your case needs to cool it down. If you are looking to use dual GPU's then you will want something with a bit more juice. This product though is perfect for those who want to add some power to their existing system. It is built like a tank and has a great big fan on top that glows a nice even blue.
Summary: i havent purchased it yet, im debating whether or not to save money to get a better one or just buy this one at my job i can get it for 75 dollars, and looking at the reviews it seems to be worth the 114 dollars.....i need to kno if anyone can run multiple graphics cards to it any body have any advice?
Summary: I have one now for about month, and I don't see it much, but It does have sound coming from, not to much but still. Performance is good, cables are awsome and long, to long for m-ATX tower. Solid build, compact unit. 4 stars because you can hear it working, and is not fan, it's electricity flow buzzing through unit.