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Pros: Been running this supply for a year with no problems on two systems. Easily powered 4x overclocked GTX 480 cards and a 980X on a E762 EVGA Classified board, and then two GTX 780 Hydro Coppers and a 5960X on a X99 Classified board. The 480's overclocked was the true test there. Powering those inefficient monsters was incredible, but this supply did it with ease on it's single super-beefy 12v rail! The unit is very laid back and quiet with the newer cards. If you need serious power, look no further.
Cons: Doesn't have the awesome metal connectors like the Rosewill 1300W Lightning model, but there probably wouldn't be room on the supply considering how many cables it accommodates.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: One beastly cpu. I tried the most common thermal paste patterns with Arctic's MX-4, and found that a thin vertical line from top to bottom (only about 1cm long) is significantly cooler running with this cpu. I tried varying the amount of paste also, just to verify the results weren't because of using too much paste or air bubbles.
Cons: Price, but you gotta pay to playREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: No problems at all on EVGA X99 Classified, correct timings, voltage, and clock from the start. Seems to be rock solid so far, time will tell.
Cons: None reallyREAD FULL REVIEW