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This review is from: Link Depot Model POW-6 6 ft. Computer AC Power Cable
Pros: None anymore.
Cons: Suddenly failed 10 months in. I didn't even use it for about 3 months! Tried to turn it on one morning, it turns on for a half second, LEDS and all, then dies. I thought it may be the mobo, but after seqentially disconnecting everything down to the mobo and cpu, AND THEN inserting it into a working computer to see the same result, I know its the psu.
After reading a bunch of other similar reviews (most 8 months till failure??)I suspect this thing my have a failure timer in it somewhere.
I'll give it a second go.. IF rosewill/newegg honors their warranty.
Other Thoughts: Stick with a reliable brand like corsair.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Sweet LED, simple case, easy HDD install.
Cons: none so far
Other Thoughts: Bought this a year ago, and forgot to review it. It's still going strong. No bloatware, its a passive device, as they should be.
I've recently taking to just having the metal case off so I can listen to the drive and swap em out faster.
This review is from: Rosewill LIGHTNING-800 - 800W Continuous @ 122 Deg. F (50C), Intel Haswell-Ready, 80 PLUS Gold, ATX 12V v2.31 & EPS 12V v2.92, SLI / CrossFire Ready, Modular, Active PFC Power Supply
Pros: Cord modularity, sweet LEDS.
Cons: None yet?
Other Thoughts: I got a little scared reading the few negative reviews about random failures down the line, and destruction of other hardware. I'm especially scared as I've had bad luck with power supplies.
However, I trust newegg's brand, and I'm not running a home server off this puppy like some people tried with the 1000w. If it fails, I'll update...
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