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Pros: I haven't had the chance to SLI with this PSU unit so I can't comment much on this, but I have had quite a bit of peripherals/accessories attached to this, though, nothing it shouldn't be able to handle:
-Koolance PMP-450s pump
-Logisys Cold Cathode Light 15"
-(1) NVIDIA GTX 680 (not overclocked)
-Intel 3820 LGA 2011 CPU
-8 fans for case/rad (7)120mm, (1)240mm
Cons: At around 8 months of ownership ( 4 months ago from this post) I started to hear a slight (really slight, barely audible, you literally had to put your ear to it to hear it) whine and popping! SEE OTHER THOUGHTS
Other Thoughts: About that noise, I looked up some things that could be wrong but couldn't find anything other than overpowering the PSU, so I decided to blow some compressed air through it, haven't heard anything since.
I have been trying to find modular peripheral cables for this thing for about a month now and I can't find any! I really don't want to resort to other sellers for this because well, I honestly don't want to fry something from a bad cable, and Cooler Master's site does not have any for sale. It hasn't for the past month already.
If you don't mind extra cables then it's not a problem but if you really like to keep a tidy case you might want to go fully modular.
This review is from: NZXT Sentry Mesh Fan Controller w/ Five 30 watts Channels
Pros: Great fan controller. I decided to use this instead of my case fan controller due to a more granular control! I am utilizing all 5 controllers.
Cons: None to mention
Other Thoughts: Didn't know my case came with the fan controller, oh well this one works better!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I put these into my new rig on an Intel DX79SR and they work perfect, except for initial boot problem. *See other thoughts* Got a 7.9 on windows experience index!
Cons: None these bad boys work fine!
Other Thoughts: Be sure to go through BIOS first and setting up the correct voltage/frequency settings as per you mobo's instruction, I got a BSOD on first boot with these because of an invalid setting, no big deal I should have known to do this before startup.READ FULL REVIEW