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Pros: Modular / Long power connectors / Great packaging / Sturdy / Coloring / 5 Year Warranty / Durable cables / Thick power cable / Seasonic + CoolerMaster mashup (Just like Corsair) / Quiet
Cons: Cons: On the Power supply, There is an 18 and a 10 pin that plug in together to form the 24 pin on the motherboard. It seems more of a hassle since it twists a little bit, and would have made more sense to just make a single 20+4 pin input. It does save space so that must be the reason behind it.
Other Thoughts: There is not individually sleeved cables that are orderable like Corsair's power supplies. This does not take away from my feelings for the power supply. It is by far one of the best power supplies I have seen in a while. This thing is sure quiet, Rarely will I hear it, and sometimes I have to check on it to make sure it is still spinning (it is). Do not feel afraid to strech the cable a little, they are very durable in a plastic sort of wrap. One of my favorite parts of the power supply is the connectors, there is no colors showing from the wires what so ever. These are all black cables.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Modular / Long power connectors / Great packing / Sturdy / Coloring
Cons: 18 + 10 Pin from the PSU plugs into 20+4 Pin on the motherboard, doesn't make much sense to me, and the cable is a bit twisted due to the way it is plugged in, I would have just stuck to 1 20 + 4 pin input on the PSU. Not individually sleeved cables! ( Not really a con, but I want!)
Other Thoughts: Great power supply other than the fact that their are no individually sleeved cables for now, maybe in the future there will be. Still great quality product, and at an even better price.READ FULL REVIEW