IDK man... some of it I agree with, and a lot of it I don't. We can all agree that it is not a great PSU. But what makes it great is how affordable it is. This thing is cheap! $35-$40 is what you pay for a CX600M and you get an average PSU that will last you a couple years. Its not a long term solution by any means, but considering the cost, if you have to go with a CX PSU to fit something more important into your build like an SSD or the next step up GPU, then you should go with a CX. There is nothing majorly wrong with the PSU. It works and it will power your system, even a moderately high end one.
I used the CX600M with an i5-4670k + GTX780, a higher end system that most people who not think of pairing the CX series PSUs with. But the fact of the matter is, if I had went with a different PSU, that is held in higher regard than I wouldn't have been able to afford an SSD. I was able to hit 4.7Ghz @ 1.275v on my CPU and +100Mhz Core, +250Mhz Memory on my GPU without adding extra voltage. When I upgraded to an EVGA SuperNOVA G2, I was getting the same exact results. I am damn happy that I bought a CX and those who own one should not be shamed into thinking it is a bad PSU.
It is still rocking in my friend's i5-4440 / R9 280 build and he has no issues.
I just don't think all of this hatred is warranted and no one should feel bad about owning this PSU.
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