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Pros: Has been operating at more than rated output for years.
Other Thoughts: Okay, I messed up... I installed an "old" GTX 670 in my HTPC after upgrading another computer. I forgot that the HTPC had this PSU in it, along with an old AMD X4 965 CPU. Amazingly, it ran fine for months before I started to get screen artifacts. Did some troubleshooting, and thought that the PSU was bad, so I pulled it out to RMA it to SeaSonic. Guess what? This is thing is only rated for 520 watts. I thought it had a 750 watt unit in it. The PSU is fine, and it's amazing that it even booted up, much less ran nonstop for months!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very, quiet, stable, and well-built. Zero issues.
Other Thoughts: I build and buy a lot of computers and components, and I am not very brand loyal for most things. In general, any PSU will work fine most of the time for average users. At home, though, I only buy Seasonic. Period. I like to have all of the computers use the same modular cables, and with one kid who is a hardcore PC gamer and one that does a ton of scientific modeling, I just can't deal with down time and instability. I have never had a Seasonic PSU fail, and the small price premium is well worth it for me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's very quiet, sturdy, and compact.
Cons: Not for inexperienced, or impatient people. This case is very difficult to work with.
Other Thoughts: It's a really good project.READ FULL REVIEW