Summary: Power supply worked great for 5+ years. Powered my computer with dual video cards with no issues. Bought this in May, 2010. A couple of months ago, my computer would not shut down properly. Windows would show it was shut down, but all of the fans on the computer would still run.
Pros: Worked reliably for 5+ years
Cons: After 5 years (after the warranty expired, of course) issues arose
Cons: Started having mechanical clicking at startup or when cold at around 3 years of age. Started groaning under cold start temps this past winter. Just had to RMA it, which should be a bad review, but it has a 5 year warranty, which is boss.
Summary: I bought this psu in January of 2010. Still working great to this day. I haven't tried crossfire with current setup, afraid it might fry it. I had an evga 850w that died on me. Using this PSU till it is rmaed.
Pros: Plenty of connectors, worked great on crossfired 7950's oced for 3+ years and oced 2500k to 4.5ghz.No issues or fluctuations, freezing etc... Currently running 5820k at 4.5ghz and single 7950 (unsure if it would take crossfire).
Cons: died and took out random usb hardware valued at over $150 and might have token out the rest of my internal hardware as well and might have been the reason my computer had weird hanging issues for two years
Summary: I have this PC hooked up to a surge protector so surges would not have caused this problem. It is all on the power supply. I am powering a stock Q6600 and a stock HD7850 2gb.
Pros: It temporarily powers PCs. Didn't take out down the rest of my PC *both* times the power supply failed.
Cons: Does not last. I use my PC on weekends only, only for a couple of hours here or there, rarely do I do any heavy gaming. The first power supply failed 4 months after purchase. I sent it back under warranty($30 shipping I had to pay), got my second power supply and it has also burnt out 6 months af...