It comes with a 3 year now? Back in the day, it used to be 1 year. I'd still not recommend it, for reasons below I love that rule. Let's make it official The OCZ will work, but it's not a good choice; The ripple has been tested to exceed multiple times: [H]ard|ocp tested the 1010w ocz, it didn't do 1010w and was well on it's way to exceeding the spec. The JonnyGURU review showed the 700, the 600, and the fsp epsilon to exceed the spec, in addition to that the 80mm version of it having even worse ripple with a recap, since it's a design issue and not a flaw with an individual psu; In addition to that, FSP rates the Epsilon platform as 200mv of ripple; atx spec is 120. Overclock3d does not show the testing methods; If they used a system, their ripple measurements will be off. A system pwm is designed to filter ripple. That's also the fault of xbitlabs test; pre-filtered ripple measurements. You have to measure it from the load, hence the bnc connector on the back of a proper load tester. If I'm buying a 700w psu, I damn well better be getting 700w out of it. If I could only get 500w out of a 700w psu before it was exceeding atx spec, then why not just buy a 500w psu to begin with? I still don't recommend the liberty. The build quality is decent (it won't take stuff up if it goes), the ripple and voltage fluctuations aren't bad, and it's quiet. But, given how plenty have died just after 1 year, and that it's terribly expensive for what you get (The 620 has 36a, combined, for $130 on newegg. The Corsair VX450, for merely $60 on newegg, offers 33. The $80 VX550, 41 amps. In terms of modular psu's, the HX 520 has 40a for $110. The 620, for $140, offers 50a. See where this is going?