Even though we think this would be a better product if it came with a modular cabling system, we were impressed by Fatal1ty 700 W. It can deliver far more than its labeled power at 50° C (840 W in our tests), has an excellent efficiency peaking 88%, has an amazingly low noise and ripple levels and enough cables for even the high-end user. The best of all: it comes at a very good price for a 700 W model. That is why we recommend this power supply.
The side logo that glows in red can also be a nice feature for gamers that like this kind of novelty.
As noted, this unit is based on the same design as OCZ EliteXstream 1,000 W. The main differences between the two is the use of three active PFC transistors on the 1,000 W model against two on the 700 W model, use of capacitors with higher capacitance on the 1,000 W model active PFC circuit, the use of two transformers on the 1,000 W model and the use of power MOSFET transistors to rectify the +12 V outputs instead of using Schottky rectifiers on the 1,000 W model. The +5 V and +3.3 V rectifiers, however, are identical.