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This review is from: Sony 40" 1080P Direct LED HDTV - KDL-40R450A
Pros: None yet, but will update when I get replacement
Cons: Arrived DOA, guess thats what I get for buying refurbished. Thought Id save a few bucks. Worries me about the long term value if refurbished product only has short warranty.
Other Thoughts: First time actually having to go through the RMA process through NewEgg, while Ive been a customer for years and always loved their service, I have to admit I was a little disappointed with the process on damaged product return. I had to pay to ship it back to them even though I expected a working product. Its why I chose an item that was free shipping in the first place. IMO the product arriving damaged should be covered by the seller not the consumer. 2+ weeks from initial purchase and still waiting on replacement, had it an hour before I boxed it up for return and sent it immediately. Ill update this when I get the product, but for now unhappy.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 750W Power supply for a great price.
Able to power just about any single card GPU system (see other thoughts)
Rebate came fast, and preregistration online is always a plus.
Super silent fan, most quiet Ive ever owned.
Tons of connectors for everything (see cons)
Cons: With as many connectors that come with this, plan to have a case with great cable routing or go with a modular PSU. Not really a con as you should know this is not a modular PSU.
Somewhat low +12 Volt rail continuous current rating of 54 Amps. Some of the other top brand 750w PSUs rate at 62+ amps.
Other Thoughts: Be careful when shopping for a PSU for SLI or Crossfire video cards. Wattage isn't the main thing you want to look for to see if you have enough power. The +12 Volt rail continuous current rating is very important and to SLI x70's or x80's, or even overclocked 560 w/ 448 cores you might need a bit more than this PSU.
This should be good to SLI 560 ti's or Crossfire 5870's though.
I would never dock eggs for any of this as this is a great power supply with clearly marked specs.