hi-techreviews.com: Once again we are reviewing a power supply from our friends at E-Power, this power supply is somewhat different than most that you see being reviewed. The thing that makes the E-Power Thunder so unique is the external power connector located on the rear of the unit. Which give you the ability to power SATA drives as well us using it for USB power connector.
modthebox.com: An added feature with the E-Power Tiger is a dedicated fan cable which is presumably hooked up to a thermistor type of fan speed control, similar to the main 120mm fan. It might have been nice to sleeve this cable as well, but at least the connectors are both 4-pin and 3-pin. My only gripe with the cables is the lack of quick-disconnect Molex plugs. Many power supplies in equal or lesser price brackets are incorporating quick disconnects, and I find them invaluable time savers.
legitreviews.com: Are you looking for a power supply that supports two PCIe SLI power cables, SATA hard drives, and the EPS power connector for your next system? If the answer is yes, read on and take a look at the E-Power Silent Engine Tiger 550W power supply review we have today. We take the 550W power supply for a test spin on an Extreme Edition rig and give you our thoughts.