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EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G2 120-G2-1000-XR 80+ GOLD 1000W Fully Modular Includes FREE Power On Self Tester Power Supply
  • neweggOwned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: One of the most solid powersupplies I've used, and from great EVGA. Rarely do i say dang when i hold a powersupply. This is the third 1K watt PSU I've owned and I love it. It even has a relay inside it, probably to disconnect and connect part of the initial power supply stage. It's heavy, which means it has real guts, and Under my workstations full load of 850 watts, it didn't even get hot, nonetheless die.

Cons: Modular cables were too short. Had to make my own cables to attach to the existing ones to make use of the supply.

Not enough molex connectors, But problem was solved once again by my own cables, the life of a modder.

Fan seems a little weak, but not a huge issue, does the job well

Other Thoughts: Power switch is heavy, talk about powerful.

Was hard to screw into the case, but seems to be an issue with my screws, not the PSU.

My Dual tesla's and Dual Xeonxs are running FAH without burning the front of my case down now.

CORSAIR CX-M series CX750M 750W 80 PLUS BRONZE Haswell Ready ATX12V & EPS12V Modular Power Supply
  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

2 out of 5 eggs Budget PSU, Not for high end builds 01/20/2014

This review is from: CORSAIR CX-M series CX750M 750W 80 PLUS BRONZE Haswell Ready ATX12V & EPS12V Modular Power Supply

Pros: Powersupply is really modular. Great Cables, Thick 120V cables. Feels beefy.

Cons: Massive EMI from coil whine under high loads. Bought 2 of these. both of them have the issues. Induces so much EMi that system throws Calculation errors. Oh well, it's unfortunate too.

Other Thoughts: Returning both PSU's and buying an EVGA Supernova 1000 G2. if you are building a non sensitive low load computer, go on ahead. Driving any high load GPU's?(above 200 watts) then Don't buy, or trust me, you'll be in circles

AZZA Genesis 9000 CSAZ-9000B Black 0.8mm SECC ATX Full Tower Computer Case
  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggs Great Case for Large Machines 01/01/2014

This review is from: AZZA Genesis 9000 CSAZ-9000B Black 0.8mm SECC ATX Full Tower Computer Case

Pros: Case is very spacious, allows many configurations, And has good fan placement. HDD Bays are nice, Powersupply mounting setup is awesome, and has good placement for cable management, if you know what you are doing

Cons: Does NOT mount E-ATX boards, But nothing a Tap'n'Die set couldn't fix, Stock fans don't have RPM sense and are low performance(rear fan has RPM sense), Front bay release clips only triggerable from the right side, Troublesome for Regular ATX users. Would be nice if a USB 3.0 to USB 2.0 cable was included, Side fans have a small "mesh" that is glued to the case, for me was restricting airflow and was a painful removal. Motherboard tray flexes dramatically. Not an issues once the board is mounted.

Other Thoughts: Great all around case, just some Tweaks needed here and there. I recommend replacing all the fans. Cold cathodes make a nice touch inside the case. Remove the tray handle when finished, you always feel like you are gonna break it, some expansion cards need fiddling to install.


Erin I.'s Profile

Display Name: Erin I.

Date Joined: 04/02/11

  • Reviews: 9
  • Helpfulness: 3
  • First Review: 04/14/11
  • Last Review: 03/05/14
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