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Pros - Price - Cheaper than Seas0n1c M12II 620W - Modular - Overhead fan - Single rail - 2 x 8pin EPS 12V (1 detachable) - No extra cables hanging inside case - Quiet - White - Actually Crossfire certified (listed in AMD CFX products)
Cons - Group Regulated - Not enough Molex connector
Summary Good PSU overall. I have some problems with it in my socket 478 system. Group regulated design gives me stability problems especially with video cards using extra molex power connectors and IDE hard drives. I have a 50% OCed pentium M in an Asus P4P800-SE via CT479 adapter. The Mk3 is confirmed to work in s775 systems with no stability issues. After switching to a Silencer 910W, stability of the s478 system went away. This PSU is definitely not made for older systems.
Pros Price on sale, Cable length Quiet even under a load, Modular, 80 Plus, White matches my case.
Summary So I bought this PS on weekly sale, I had just moved my mobo to a Corsair 500r the White one and I needed a new Power Supply. The case being white I just couldn't pass up the chance to buy it as it was white! Yes I did some digging around to make sure it was of good Quality , reviews I found were good, it had all the cable hookups I needed Great specs, nice finish 5yr warranty. Would buy again if needed.