Oh? Then that is quite a change from a few months back, before these 2 recent reviews came out.
And you have not directly addressed a thing I said before. I'm not questioning the market for the CX430, or that it cannot achieve what it states. What I am questioning is the ethics of using a premium branding to sell a non-premium product. I know (or knew) a great many people who would buy any product with Corsair on it over any other because they believe that they are buying a premium product. And many of them would believe that the CX430 is of the same quality as the CX400, or even the HX750 or AX1200, with the only difference being wattage, features, and price. Some of them might even have tried to argue that the CX430 was better than the CX400 since the CX430 obviously has 30W more.
But few of those people I know would argue that now, since aside from learning, I'm also a fair hand at teaching. That is, facilitating the learning process described above in others so that they may take my knowledge and experience and apply it to future situations that they may encounter.
Such as why you should never trust a brand completely, because you cannot rely on the good will of someone who's trying to sell you something.
So rather than be rude toward me, you can respect our difference in opinion. Someone in Corsair's chain of command has read my previous comments I'm sure, though I doubt they've reached the CEO or anything; probably got locked up in the marketing department. I hope that they can accept what I'm trying to teach them--that is, that when you break a person's trust in your company by releasing a lower-quality product in such a way that it may be mistaken as a higher quality one--that people sometimes get upset. Let them do with that lesson what they will. I really don't care, since I judge a company on the quality of its products and their attention to their consumers. Not on whether or not they listen to me or how rude their representatives are.
Though the latter certainly doesn't win you any friends.