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Pros: Small, lightweight, silent.
Fan only comes on if power supply starts to get hot. Have had it for a month now, it has never come on even while playing Tomb Raider and Gears of War on high settings @ 1440p.
Cons: You have to use the included power cables, at least for SATA devices. Other standard modular cables won't work. The power supply would not come on with cables from Silverstone or Rosewill. Though both of those brands can interchange cables. Minor issue, but they only included one SATA power cable, luckily that's all I needed. The second was the obsolete molex connectors. (not enough to remove a start but should be mentioned)
Other Thoughts: Orginally went for the Silverstone 600W SFX. It immediately started to smell like burning electronics and video started glitching. Having read previous reviews that it fried systems I returned it and got the Corsair SF600 and couldn't be happier.
Powering an i7-5820k, 32GB DDRV 3200, GTX 970. Now I can upgrade my NCASE ITX to a 980ti.
In fairness to Silverstone I replace a 450W 80 Gold SFX power supply that performed like a champ. But to get 600W in an SFX package that is safe, stable, and reliable, Corsair is the only one who has managed to do it so far.
Pros: Small. High quality braided cables. I must be lucky because the fan is silent contrary to many reviews. Runs very cool. True SFX form factor not the larger L.
Cons: Can't think of any, it is what it says it is.
Other Thoughts: Powering a GTX 970 and i7 5820k w/Corsair H55 AIO water cooler with no problems.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Phanteks PH-F120MP 120 mm PWM, High Static Pressure Radiator Fan
Pros: Whisper Quiet, Much quieter than Noctua
High Static Pressure with all of the above.
Other Thoughts: Using two in an NCASE M1 v4 ITX with Corsair H55 Quiet edition w/5820k. Silent and cool. Can't imagine a better fan for such tight quarters while demanding performance and silence.READ FULL REVIEW