The 5V rail was actually very stable, we saw very little flickering and it averaged at 5,02V and maxed at 5,05V which is within an acceptable range.
When it comes to the 12V rail which is very important to a lot of users we got some decent results. The 12V usually flickers quite a bit and was that way this time, however it was just minor flickering.
The rail averaged at 12,05V and maxed at 12,07V with minor flickering between those two results during testing. This is all within acceptable range though.
So we were not able to fully load the PSU with our testing equipment but we can see a hint of how it performs since a lot of users dont run SLI and Crossfire setups so this is how it would perform for them most likely. Overall, a very nice PSU with good performance and low sound level. The only thing that would make me hesitate to buy it is the price which is quite high.
I will give our recommendations to this PSU as the price can not really be counted as a con.
+ Stable rails
+ Low noise
+ No coil whine
+ 80 Silver
- Price (Around 150$)