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Pros: It works as advertised. Plugged in all my fans to it.
Cons: No cons per say. Refer other comments / observations.
Other Thoughts: For about 10 USD, I have made worse purchases in my tenure at life. While it isn't up to 100% of my expectations, it does the job as it does control fan speeds pretty well. I don't have exact RPM's, but when opened all the way up, it does make a difference.
3 fans are attached to a 360mm rad, works good in a pull config (cosmos II top mounted rad / fan setup), then to the 140mm fan on the back side of the case. My overall goal of this is to maintain positive pressure in the case.
So far so good. Yes, I am giving it 5 eggs, as I have no real cons for it. I just remind myself I only paid a few bucks, and am overall pleased with it.
Pros: FAST. It takes longer for the bios to boot than windows. Its nearly instantaneous.
Packaging: Came well protected. Zero issues - Newegg has yet to let me down on this department.
Cons: It is pricey, but that's ok. Not going to dock an egg as the product performs better than advertised.
Other Thoughts: m.2 placement: I mounted this on the bottom slot of a MSI Z170 titanium board. So far so good. The temps to me feel a little odd - with two case fans blowing air on it, it still jumps up to 40-45c. I'm not sure if that's normal or not.
Videos, reviews, all that noise do nothing to prepare you for how small this thing is. To the extent that a stick of gum would give it a run for it's money. If you are heavy handed like myself, I suggest finding some stress relief exercises prior to installing.
Pros: First time buying a full modular PSU. I am very pleased with it.
Package: Everything came in with no issues. All the cables were there, and nicely coiled and wrapped.
Plugged in without any issues, and inside a CM Cosmos II, with all that real-estate, the cables made it to all the appropriate connections. Except for one... I think it was the MOBO power - had to use the extension cable that came with it - no issue.
Cons: Everything is working as advertised. No cons yet.
Other Thoughts: I'm going to recommend this PSU. Always been a fan of Corsair prod, and they have not let me down yet.
Brass tax, it was the full modular that sold me. I've always been horrid with cable management - and this really helped out a lot.
If I didn't like something with the resemblance of a rat's nest, I can just unplug one end, correct it neat as you please, and be off. I am not a tech head by any means, and on my 4th computer build, this is the only way I'm going to go in the future.