The ones made by Andyson are decent, but the others can be real crap that can't put out anything close to the rated power. Basically, Raidmax is so bad that you should avoid any specific models that haven't received good reviews from legitimate reviewers, like JonnyGuru, HardOCP, SilentPCreview, XbitLabs, TomsHardware, HardwareSecrets, and now even Anandtech (used to do crappy PSU reviews).
It will fit fine if your case is like this. The problem with some Dell cases is that the rear opening for the PSU is covered where the on/off rocker switch normally goes (no such switch on factory Dell PSUs), requiring a hole to be cut there in the case.
Thanks! Picked one up. I'm slowly starting to buy bits of pieces for my new build and trying to get stuff as they come on sale. I picked up a Fractal R4 case last week for $85 shipped and now I have this modular power supply to put in it. Now the debate is whether I should wait for Haswell, or just go with the i7-3770k which is on sale at Microcenter for $219.
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