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FiXT September 29, 2010 11:11 AM

Corsair Launches Builder Series Power Supplies For Mainstream System Builders
 
Corsair today announced the new Builder Series range of power supplies. The Builder Series CX430, CX500 and CX600 power supplies have been designed to provide continuous, reliable power output, and worry-free compatibility with your home or office PC. They are the ideal choice for PC builders and upgraders who need an affordable, quiet, and energy ... [ Read full article ]

Kalec September 29, 2010 04:55 PM

I got the CX430, and surprising for a $35 PSU its very quite and stable. Good for a older system, or a lower powered one.

chrisk September 29, 2010 04:59 PM

Are these good units? I'm tempted to say 'yes' since its a Corsair unit, but they would not be the first company to shoot itself in the foot.

Zero82z September 29, 2010 07:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chriskwarren (Post 433986)
Are these good units? I'm tempted to say 'yes' since its a Corsair unit, but they would not be the first company to shoot itself in the foot.

They are good. Unfortunately, the CX430 is actually a step down from the old CX400 and it has less +12V power available.

SugarJ September 29, 2010 07:35 PM

Just put a CX430 in my boss's Clarkdale build last week. It was priced very well @ NCIX. Should be a reliable PSU for entry level builds. All cables are fully sleeved, which is nice.

Bond007 September 30, 2010 05:16 PM

From what I have found its a CWT build that is still great for a low end build, but I agree that it seems to be a step backwards from the 400cx


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