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There is an included communications cable with this that allows the power supply to communicate with the motherboard in order to use an app on the PC to control its settings. This can be convenient for those that would like to tweak how their power supply runs. See More
The included cables are flat (not sleeved, making running them a pain) not all that great considering the price of this unit, for nicer sleeved ones it will cost and extra $100, which really puts the price range for total quality components out of most peoples reach or want. See More
While this power supply is advertised and named for being able to achieve a full 1500 watts, this is only able to be done if used with a 220v house circuit, which is not used in the US. In the US 110v is used, which means this power supply will only be able to achieve 1300 watts. See More
Even though this is a large and powerful unit, the fan is very quiet. Even when under load the unit make virtually no noise. This is great for those that that are looking to build a quiet gaming system. On top of this the unit knows when it needs to turn the fan on (which is even customizable through a cable that connects the unit to the motherboard for fan control) meaning it will only be in use when under load. See More
The cable included with this device to connect to the motherboard for power is a 24 pin cable. Those that may have a 20 pin power outlet on their motherboard will not be able to get this power supply working unless they get a 24 pin to 20 pin adapter. While it will not cost all that much, it is an extra step and a bit extra money on top of this unit that should be considered. See More