( 4.8 Average / 5 Ratings )
I actually didn't like working with this PSU too much. They shoulda added SATA/PATA/PERI labelling on the psu itself like the evga NEX series do. And the cables should be labelled the same rather than type whatever. Like it should be standard, especially from something this "high end." Plus it's MASSIVE, took up room at the bottom so the 240mm rad couldnt be mounted its just there chilling. of course its not gonna be move but yeah, size matters. lol.
In terms of the PSU quality and the supply itself, its great though. and its not like its incompatible with everything, just do your research before picking one up.
I honestly don't see the point in spending extra money on the AX1200i when the HX1200i does the same exact thing minus the modification of digital rail power output vs analog. In a consumer build like mine and not a power hungry server this will get'r done.
Quiet, runs cool, modular, high power. Meets all my present needs and has enough capacity for future expansion plans of my dual Xeon workstation. No cons so far.
Again, it's over-overkill, but I bought this PSU a looong time ago, when I was planning to get a 3-Way SLI of Titan X. It was before Nvidia announced that it was not possible to have more than 2 cards in SLI anymore, so yeah, it was a while ago. But at least, the fan never spins, and gues what.. It's silent !
Not much to say about it it supplies power . Its an overkill but it is a left over from previous build so I had no reason to buy another .