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Hardware secrets review
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Corsair-CX430-V2-Power-Supply-Review/1284
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That's the CX430.
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That's the CX430.
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We were really surprised by the original Corsair CX430 , a unit that doesn’t have the 80 Plus certification but is able to present a terrific performance for its price point. Corsair updated the CX430 to include the standard 80 Plus certification and to extend its warranty from two to three years. The good news is that the new CX430 V2 is available at exactly the same price as the original CX430. Let’s see how the new CX430 V2 stacks up against the original CX430.
Eh?
post #24 of 30
The antec one doesn't look that good.

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The problem is that in relation to the quality of competition at the level of "no special trips" may be insufficient.For example, Core XFX 450 W, which can be purchased for a similar price, has a braid on all bundles, two PCI-Express, 80 PLUS Bronzecertification, and 12 V lines stronger by a total of 48 W. Taking into account the available cabling and test results I believe that a more adequate rival is cheaper Antec Corsair CX430, which has a longer beam andflirting, but at the expense of less power (about 24 watts, taking into account only the 12 V line.)
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The antec one doesn't look that good.



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Meh, that Antec doesn't seem too amazing. Not really diggin the component selection too much. Build quality seems to be good, though nothing spectacular I guess.

Crappy Capxons and OSTs, which are worse than Corsair's Samxons.

Depends on how much they sell it for, I guess.
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post #26 of 30
I'd honestly take the XFX 450W over what Corsair or Antec puts out at that price/wattage range, especially concerning the CX series. Either that or a Seasonic, if I'm rich
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^put Seasonic stickers on it and pretend its a Seasonic
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^put Seasonic stickers on it and pretend its a Seasonic
Yes. Because that will turn a SHAW "860W" PSU into something decent.
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Thread Starter 
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Eh?
He was asking for reviews of the CX500 and CX600. Though, at this time it would be safe to say the V2 of those.
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jonnyGURU.com finally reviewed the CX430 V2. Link in the OP.
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