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Pros: The PSU has a cool set of blue LED lights that illuminate brightly. I never turn it off, but the power supply does have a power button in case someone wants to turn the lights off, which is nice for people using their PC's in their bedroom.
+12 constantly remains at 12.1v, even under load.
+5 stays around 5.06 at all times.
Note: I have tested the voltages with a multimeter and these are the following readings through a molex connector.
Cons: One of the molex connectors was bent when I received the PSU, but a little bent from a pair of needle nose pliers and it was good as new.
The power supply can heat up a bit after running for hours, but if you have a decent cooling setup, your rig will be golden.
Other Thoughts: I wrote a review before about this power supply when I first popped it into my rig, it wasn't negative, but I do believe that it was a bit too early to write a review.
I'm powering an AMD FX-8350 and a MSI GeForce GTX 670 (overclocked) and the power supply gives me enough headroom for an SLI if I choose to upgrade.
Pros: The HX series is quiet, powerful, and has plenty of head room for SLI/Crossfire Graphics Cards. Not to mention that it's a beautiful, simple, and clean PSU.
Cons: The only con I have about the HX series is that they aren't fully modular. Besides that, they're near-perfect Power Supplies.
Other Thoughts: It looks cool, has tons of output power, nice sleeving for the wires, and perfect for a mid-to-high range gaming PC.READ FULL REVIEW