Now i could post this is the news thread but i think it need its own thread
This is a brand new series from Seasonic
Its a Seasonic fully modular 80 plus bronze rated series with 520/620/750/850 watts
http://www.kitguru.net/components/power-supplies/zardon/seasonic-m12-ii-bronze-evo-edition-850w-psu-review/Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Performance (40% of the final score) - how about we get some scoring done now? No, this isn't the best performing power supply I've seen from Seasonic, but it's still not bad at all. Instead of being one of the best the world's ever seen, like the KM3 based units, this unit is merely just really, really good. Efficiency was a pass both times for Bronze - no issues there. Ripple control was outstanding, no problem there. About the only thing I can see to deduct would be a half point for the voltage regulation being only very good as opposed to excellent. That's all. This category gets a very strong 9.5.
Functionality (20% of the final score) - only fully modular units get no deductions here, and this is one of those kinds of units, so we're starting out pretty good. I can't, in fact, find too many reasons to complain. Sure, I could use a little more length on one of the SATA chains, and the manual's almost useless, but those are a couple of minor things. I'll remove a half point for each of them. But, I'll stop there. This unit's worth a 9 here I think.
Value (20% of the final score) - MSRP for this unit is $119.99. At Newegg, you have the Corsair TX850M competing at ten bucks cheaper, and there's the XFX Pro 850W for the same price. But you know what? Neither of those are fully modular. I'm going to go ahead and therefore call this an excellent value. 9.
Build Quality (20% of the final score) - Seasonic is doing pretty well here lately. Top notch components, impeccable soldering, and overall fantastic build quality is what we have here today. 10.
Seasonic's new and updated M12 Evo unit is a fitting addition to their already very impressive line. It's a bargain oriented 850 watt unit that doesn't sacrifice performance and quality in order to lower the price. There's really not much else to say at this point, except go buy one.
outstanding ripple suppression
very good voltage stability
could use one longer SATA chain... full tower cases may be a problem
user guide doesn't say much about the unit
Dont know anything about price yet
But i think this will be one of the cheapest fully modular units you can buy
Dont let the 80 plus bronze rating fool you despite that its a pretty good series