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This review is from: Antec TruePower Classic series TP-750C 750W 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Power Supply
Pros: Great power supply that features 2 12V rails that provide more than enough juice to run any non-SLI system out there right now. Have a eVGA GTX 780, i7 4770k, and several accessories without any issues. Very quiet, energy efficient, and runs cool.
Cons: None, so far!
Other Thoughts: Not SLI certified - I believe that they like to see more than 2 12V rails in SLI certified power supplies. The Antec 750 New (TP-750 - no C) is SLI certified, but is less efficient. Also note that this is not a module power supply - would recommend a module supply for small cases.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great memory that work fine in the Asus Z87-Plus with a i7 4770k despite it not being listed in the Asus Memory QVL. Remember to enable the XMP memory profile for it within the bios to enable the faster speeds (2133 - CL 9 profile should be auto detected once you enable XMP).
Cons: None, so far. No errors during the memtest86+.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Upgraded from an Intel 80GB Intel 510 Series SSD. This drive is significantly faster and provides speeds I would only expect from a SATA3 capable drive. I'm currently running it on the MSI K9A2 (MSI-7376) mainboard, which does *not* support SATA3, but was looking for SATA3 SSD speeds. Installation was a breeze on the MSI-7376 and OCZ has left me a happy customer.
Cons: Takes roughly 4-5 seconds for the mainboard to initialize during boot. Not really a con, just FYSA. After that, you are off to the races!READ FULL REVIEW