When I designed and built my silent HTPC with no moving parts, Silverstone was the only brand of PSU I would consider. Quiet, efficient, and reliable, the fanless NJ520 has more than justified its price premium, and I highly recommend it for others looking to make a truly silent HTPC.
I value Seasonic because their power supplies are top-notch and they live up to their specifications. Plus, I've bought several Seasonic power supplies and I've never had a dud. Every one I bought has been perfect.
I value Seasonic power supplies because I believe the power supply is the most important part in a computer. I want something that isn't going to put the rest of my parts in danger and will allow me to get the most out of my system. Sadly I can't afford a lot of Seasonic power supplies so this would be appreciated.
I've used Seasonic power supplies in all my builds after buying a X-650 for my gaming system. Since then I've purchased a S12II-350 for my VMware host, a Platinum 400 for my wife's system, and another Platinum 400 for my parent's system.
The quality of the cables is top notch. I love the flat cables compared to having everything sleeved. I can route the power cables behind the motherboard tray easier to make my builds look cleaner.
I've yet to hear my X-650 make any significant noise as well. I love how silent it is.
I've been contemplating a new case and power supply for my gaming system. Maybe I can go with a white/black motif this time. I'm currently using a black/gold motif.
Seasonic power supplies are the only power supplies I will run in any system I build. More than 30 years of experience making power supplies and being the best available. The reviews speak for themselves.
I am putting a new computer together and it is all white and I was taking my other Seasonic psu into it but it looks out of place. It has been a faithful psu for many years since it is being pulled from my Rampage III Formula computer. I really could use a new Seasonic. I am 71 years old and do not have time look for anything that could replace my old SeaSonic 750 w psu. Help I could use the help.