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Pros: -has all the connectors you would want
-runs almost silent
Been working like a champ for three months now even tho Im pulling 820w from it non stop. :)
Other Thoughts: People told me I could run my set up with a 850w psu, but I found out in my case that doesn't allow alot of ocing head room. Might have to amp up for a 1k w in the furture just for ocing but I still love this psu.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Suppose to be a new and improved series from Thermaltake.
Its big and heavy which is always a good thing for a psu. It has a nice paint job and has been pack very securely in its box, and is also semi modular which i prefer ackully.
Cons: Lasted one month. There was no warning sighs of psu failure either.
Other Thoughts: First Thermaltake psu I ever bought, which i payed full retail at a local store. Even though my friends told me horror storys about thermaltake psu i thought na this model is bran new. Moral of the story is, if you have the money by a psu made by seasonic.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Was a good looking heavy psu, with all the plugs you would ever need.
Cons: This psu lasted one month before it died. In the days leading up to its death there were sighs that the psu wasn't delivering 1k watts instead it was more around 750-800 watts.
Other Thoughts: This model of kingwin psu seems to be made by Super Flower inc. which just so happens to make quite a few of the not so reliable psu on the market today. Not saying I wont buy one of there psu again but not this one.READ FULL REVIEW