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Pros: Tomato (DD-WRT)
Bought it in May of 2010. Flashed with tomato and forgot about it. Lasted four years.
Cons: It died.
Other Thoughts: I did pop the hood and take a look at the board but no bulging or leaking capacitors. Also, in 4 years the price hasn't changed much.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SeaSonic SS-300SFD 300W SFX12V v3.1 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply
Pros: Small, quiet, has enough power adapters for what it does. If it doesn't have enough cables for you, or they are too short, you need a bigger PS. This is great for a small desktop/HTPC application, but not anything bigger.
Cons: It died,after 4.5 years. Since I'm an unreasonable jerk I expect my PS to last forever,and I get ticked off when they don't.
Other Thoughts: I bought a prior model ( SeaSonic ECO 300 300W SFX12V, Item#: N82E16817151058) in April 2009 and it lasted until now. 4.5 years is not bad, considering it supported two hard drives, a DVD drive, a discrete graphics card (fanless) and multiple fans, all in a hot, dusty, under-desk enclosure. Since summer 2011 it's been on an MSI 880GMA E55, with an AMD Phenom II X3 720 Heka 2.8GHz 95W.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SeaSonic ECO 300 300W SFX12V (v.3.1) 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply
Pros: small, compact, had sata power and additional 12v power for board
Cons: slightly short lived...but it had to support two hard disks and a DVD drive in a hot enclosure.READ FULL REVIEW