Reviewed by GJ2010015952 at @ 10:30 PM Jun 03, 2007
This psu provides output to:
E6600 (@ 3.0 Ghz/1.35v)
EVGA 680i mainboad
2x1024mb 8500/1066 RAM (2.2v)
one 8800GTS 640Mb (oc'd to 574Mhz/1.7Ghz)
one Creative X-Fi Soundblaster card
one Samsung DVD/CD drive
one Seagate 7200.10 320gb ata HDD
three 80mm LED case fans (22 cfm)
two 120mm fans (both 79.5 cfm/one of them LED)
one Antec Spot Cool 80mm LED fan (22 cfm)
one Logisys 5 laser LED light
dual 12" cold cathode light tubes
I have no issues with power, and look forward to throwing a second 8800gts for SLI, the 80mm fan for the NB cooler I've ordered, the 45mm fan on the SB cooler I've ordered, and an additional 15" cathode tube into the jaws of this monster! I have no fear that this power supply will fail to deliver. This will allow to expand further into RAID configurations, physics cards and additional optical drives with no fear of limitation. I consider this psu to be one of the slickest purchases among the items of my new (first) build.
BTW - since I mentioned the cables not being modular as a "Bad", I also will state that the Aspire X-Plorer case had enough room on the far side of the drive bays to allow me to bundle the great bulk of the cables neatly hidden away, with only the necessary connectors extended into sight. what didn't go behind the drive bays fit nicely into the top bay, under the disc drive. Plus, there is room to add all those light sticks, so kudos to Aspire as well.
Anyway, buy this. It simply doesn't make sense not to have more than enough power when it's offered at such a bargain. I mean really!