Pros: Output quality, fanless mode with fan running only when needed at high outputs and temperatures, fully modular long and sleeved cables.
Cons: QC could be better.
Really good reviews from jonnyguru and the like in terms of power output and build quality.
Manufactured by Super Flower for EVGA the PSUs are almost identical to SF Leadex. Almost = EVGA is cheaper, has all Japanese capacitors and 10 year warranty, minus the backlit connectors.
Fan can be turned into ECO mode where it will run only when temperature inside PSU reaches a threshold and will stop again when temperature drops.
Without CF/SLI it's not possible to spin the fan up in ECO mode because the load stays under 50% of PSUs power capacity.
Fan runs quiet when in operation.
Cables are longer than Seasonic G series and easier reach top of the motherboard.
No weird noises produced by the PSU, no whining, no squealing. Something I had to return two Seasonic G series PSUs for, it was unbearable and disappointing for their price and reputation.
Production, design and package quality are great, IMHO better than the Seasonic G series I have tried before.
My only negative experience was a piece of solder in the PSU that was rattling inside upon receive, had to turn the PSU upside down and shake the piece of solder blob out before plugging it in.
So the production line could be cleaner for sure.
Otherwise no objections which is quite rare for me.
From me it's a
Recommended for it's price/performance ratio, both performance in output quality, output strength and quietness.
Only similar PSUs that come to my mind are Corsair RM series and they have their own issues and cost more.