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This review is from: Thermaltake Toughpower DPS 850W Digital PS-TPG-0850DPCGUS-1 ATX 12V 2.31 & SSI EPS 12V 2.92 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Full Modular Active PFC Power Supply – Black New 4th Gen CPU Haswell Ready
Pros: stable running modular psu with many features, aesthetically pleasing as well, got this psu to go with the black silver and gold theme in my rig, didnt expect to be surprised with how easy it is to perform cable management with this modular psu, very easy to set up. comes with plenty of necessary and extra cables that come in a separate carrying bag, monitoring software is complete with lots features. powers my 780ti, 4770k rig with no issues at all at maximum load. may be even be a bit of an overkill for my setup. but i like it.
Cons: 1 con that is of no fault of the psu itself is my pc case itself, the in-win 904 case that i have doesn't leave much space for any normal sized psu's and cables, it can fit but you have to bend the cables to a 90 degree and install the psu upside down to where the fan is pointing up, you dont see this issue on other pc cases, just my poor case buying decision i guessREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: very nice aesthetically pleasing mouse, customization options are a cool plus, 4 different glow colors to choose from, adjustable sensitivity, very accurate mouse on multiple surfaces
Cons: none that ive found, probably wont find any lol
Other Thoughts: replaced my razer lachesis that pooped out on me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: got this psu for a media setup with for some reason more gaming potential than it needs (i have a hard time limiting myself). does great tho, great cable setup, simple and affordable, stable current. nothing super extravagant like thermaltake's higher end psu's but it gets the job done very well
Cons: none, does what its supposed to, definitely wont be running sli on gtx 680 series cards lol why would you even try?
Other Thoughts: would buy thermaltake's products again, probably will, probably soon.READ FULL REVIEW