Summary: Many semi-modular PSUs have permanently attached 24 pin and 8 pin cables. This model has a couple others. The one that was useless in my build was a dedicated molex cable. My fault --- I should have checked the specs at the Corsair website.
Summary: I have owned this product for over one year. The MAJOR feature- The fan only runs as to cool the device. It is variable speed. This makes the PS very quiet. I have had no issues since install. The Install is very simple. Would recommend for quality, reliability.
Summary: A power supply should just work. This has one has given me problem free operation for over three years. It is quiet. The cables were adequate for a everything I installed in my mid-tower atx case. All cables had mesh sleeving that makes for a very clean and neat installation.
Summary: The SATA power cable did not reach the far end of Corsair 650D to plug in my two storage drives and disk drive. Not a major problem, $7 molex to SATA fixed that issue. I would get it again. This cable is also NOT fully modular, it does not show in the pictures but it does have a non-modular bundle and no extra SATA cables. Great product though, silent in my use, and looks just fine in my case. More power than I'd ever need.
Summary: I had expected that all of the cables would be detachable from this PSU, but that is not the case. Only about half of them are which is really disappointing when doing a build in a SFF case. My last build with a SilverStone modular PSU allowed me to only plug in the cables I would actually need and thus, making for a much neater build.