tl;dr a great option for a completely silent build, as long as it's not in a sealed case.
It really is silent. No whines, no squeals, no fan, nothing. Impressive. 12 V regulation was 0.4%, excellent. 5 V regulation was 1.3%, which is good. 3.3 V regulation was 1.5% which is also good. All told thats 1.09% regulation, just shy of the 1% AWESOME! number, but very good indeed. The heatsink on the roof stayed a fairly consistent 10-12 degrees hotter than the air going in the exhaust grill, once I isolated it from the worlds breezes. I dont think this unit would have any issues in a fan-less case, as long as the case is open enough for convective air movement.
All capacitors throughout the unit (electrolytic and polymer) are Nippon Chemi-Con. Top notch!
Nowhere can I find a temperature sensor, leading me to the conclusion that there is no over-temp protection on this unit. That seems like a dubious idea to me. ...It runs very cool given any airflow at all, and takes a very long time to heat up even inside a sealed box. I see no issue running this in a fan-less or low fan case, as long as there is room for convective airflow. The lack of OTP makes it important to be sure you arent setting the PSU up inside a sealed box.
The unit really is silent. I heard absolutely nothing out of it while running. At startup the relay that shorts the inrush protection thermistor clicks once, but thats it.
To summarize, there are pros:
Fan-less. It really is silent.
Lots of PCIe 6+2P connectors, good cable selection in general too.
Looks pretty awesome.
Very good ripple control and regulation.
Soldering is good though.
There are a few cons:
A few leads are longer than Id like.
PCIe +2P cable bits arent very pretty.
No OTP means a bit of care in placement is a good idea.
All told this is an easy Approved stamp to give out. If you need a totally silent PSU, this is a unit very worthy of consideration.