So Corsair is running a sweet deal if you buy a new PSU from them, you can get a fully colored sleeved cable kit from them free, which are close to $100 each depending on model. I'm still running on my reliable Antec New TruePower 550w that I got as a warranty replacement after my Antec NeoWatt 500 died a few years ago. Its powering my evga 670 FTW and i5 2500k @ 4.6ghz with no issues. However, the factory sleeving is falling apart, its not totally modular and thus, has some legacy cables that I never use and its not capable of doing SLI if I decide to go for another 670 FTW down the road and power whatever CPU I decide to upgrade too. And its sad really, Antec has been a brand that I've loved for years for cases and PSU's but they just arn't what they used to be back in the 2000's and I think its time to say goodbye before this PSU also dies on me as it would be my 3rd Antec failure in 10 years. http://www.corsair.com/power-supply...old-certified-fully-modular-power-supply.html I do really like that the AX series is fully modular and that I can get a sleeve kit for it and not deal with that myself. However, I know the HX series is VERY popular and got a great review on Hard OCP and that a newer Version 2 out now and the newegg reviews on the HX series is awesome. The AX doesn't have as many reviews but seems to have a solid record, but I dunno if its been "revised" yet or not. http://www.corsair.com/en/power-sup...-watt-80-plus-gold-certified-modular-psu.html Computer Hardware, Power Supplies, Power Supplies... I was planning on going up to 850watts so I have the power for whatever comes down the road in the future in the years to come. Any thoughts on this?