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post #31 of 56
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Originally Posted by dlee7283 View Post

I would probably say the CX430 and this PSU are good values
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817101021
Do you have a link to a review by a legitimate reviewer with the proper test equipment for that Topower to back that up?
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Originally Posted by PapaSmurf View Post
Do you have a link to a review by a legitimate reviewer with the proper test equipment for that Topower?
I believe Topower made alot of PSU's for other companies and decided to make one under their own brand.

Needless to say,it took some serious abuse from my end, enough to garner my respect in such a budget PSU.I had it in many different systems, running an overclocked e7200@3.8 and a i5 750 @4.0 with Crossfire 4770's.

It should be a serious candidate for testing.Maybe match it up against the CX430
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post #33 of 56
That Zumax unit isn't actually bad.

The old BFG units were based on that platform. Jonny reviewed the 650w.
It's in spec. But it's poor.

EDIT: The design is old though. It's an original ATX12v design. That's why you see such poor performance.
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post #34 of 56
There are things I do not understand...just because Corsair is Corsair, doesn't mean It can't deliver products with a specific market in their sights, just as any other company.

For example, if we follow Phaedrus2129 logic, one could argue that TX brand series shouldn't be even released because they are not up to the highest standards...and we only shall have AX from Corsair as we speak. Then, we could do the same to the ram...and the company would sink the next day if not the next minute.

So, I understand Phae logic in a way: Corsair started in the PSU business with a high-quality good-priced product and made the market move (at that time, you couldn't buy nothing better than a HX520 or HX620 for the money. One of the reasons I own both) and, since then, i has moved along. Cases, cpu cooling...and in both it's delivering high-quality products.
BUT, just because you see the Corsair brand it doesn't mean its gold. It means it has a decent quality for the price you pay for it (well...except SSDs, because they are a ton more expensive than any other brand whilst using the same drives), and that tells us something.
And about the CX400? They EOLd it, and put the CX430. Moral? Well, an enthusiast will never have enough with 400W, and will always pay a premium $20 just to have a better unit no problems (heck, I even have an Enermax Pro 82+ 425W myself, and they are by no means cheap). Also, those models didn't not replace one another: as I understand it, CX400 was meant with the lower end market...and failed. Not because it wasn't a good unit, but because it didn't meet the markets requirement for that sector: it had to be cheaper. So, Corsair killed it and delivered the CX430. We, the all-looking enthusiasts, like to look at the slightest detail...and found that this psu was worse while rated higher. This is a contradiction, indeed...until you check the price of those units, and then compare. Its worse...but its cheaper. And Corsair not only stands for suberp products (in the highest tiers) but also to be have decent prices.

As my last paragraph, there is something interesting that it seems nobody mentions. They pretty much have reps in all major english-spoken forum (that I frequent, at least). That alone tells us that they care about our feedback, because they read and answer to our reviews (and you could lose far more than gain from it).

Just my 2 cents.


PS: with that said, as we speak the Corsair psu's have lowered a step in price direction. When the HX750 and HX850 were released there was nothing into the market that could compete, not even for $20-30 more. Now, you have units as good and cheaper.....and lets not mention the difference in price between those models and AX equivalents, because its barely non-existant...IMO they should try to separate a little their different products because for me there are just too many, specially when we get into the $130-170 figure.
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post #35 of 56
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Wow, thread sure blew up.

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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
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.
If an "enthusiast" doesn't do due diligence in research and fools themselves into blindly buying into "brands" then they get what they deserve.

PSA: Things NEVER stay the same in technology. Ever! AMD was on top with performance in socket 939 over Pentium 4. How long did that last? How many people still believe PCP&C make the best PSUs? How many people still won't buy Radeons due to "crappy drivers" from years ago? How many people still won't buy anything smaller than full ATX because they believe smaller = magically less performance?

Also, while Corsair has all kinds of decent products, when did they ever become "premium?"

I still say people around here are just being butthurt.

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Originally Posted by GameBoy View Post
Of course I read them, but I found your (quoted) statement extremely ludicrous... it's essentially the same reason why units like the TR2 430w are looked down upon here.
Comparing the Corsair CX430 against the Thermaltake TR2 430 is just plain silly.

CX430
- Can actually put out 430W sustained based on what is printed on the label
- Can actually put out the 28A of +12v power printed on the label, plus peak even higher
- Has active PFC
- is at least ATX12V 2.x spec

TR2 430
- Is unable to actually put out 430W sustained regardless of what the label claims
- Even if able to put out what it claims on the label, +12v limited to 18A
- Does not have active PFC
- is OLDER THAN the now ancient ATX12V 1.3 spec
Don't believe me? Thermaltake graciously provides proof that the PSU has a -5v rail. Thank you.

Note that jonnyGURU and HW Secrets both reviewed the CX430. HW Secrets also reviewed the TR2 430. These reviews all use load testers, which can show if a PSU label is correct or lying.
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post #36 of 56
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Originally Posted by Zap View Post
Comparing the Corsair CX430 against the Thermaltake TR2 430 is just plain silly.

CX430
- Can actually put out 430W sustained based on what is printed on the label
- Can actually put out the 28A of +12v power printed on the label, plus peak even higher
- Has active PFC
- is at least ATX12V 2.x spec

TR2 430
- Is unable to actually put out 430W sustained regardless of what the label claims
- Even if able to put out what it claims on the label, +12v limited to 18A
- Does not have active PFC
- is OLDER THAN the now ancient ATX12V 1.3 spec
Don't believe me? Thermaltake graciously provides proof that the PSU has a -5v rail. Thank you.

Note that jonnyGURU and HW Secrets both reviewed the CX430. HW Secrets also reviewed the TR2 430. These reviews all use load testers, which can show if a PSU label is correct or lying.
I didn't compare the TR2 to the CX430, when a company like Corsair makes statements such as "When the retailers come to us and tell us what their customers want, we listen." it seems quite the opposite to what they have been doing for the past 4-5 years. Places like bestbuy want cheap stuff. Cheap and high quality don't go hand in hand.

Don't even bother mention that "peak" wattage of the CX430, it's worthless. You conveniently forgot to mention it soars out of spec when you overload it.

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Originally Posted by prava View Post
For example, if we follow Phaedrus2129 logic, one could argue that TX brand series shouldn't be even released because they are not up to the highest standards...and we only shall have AX from Corsair as we speak. Then, we could do the same to the ram...and the company would sink the next day if not the next minute.
I think you're forgetting quality doesn't necessarily mean just performance, there's build quality aswell. A PSU can have good build quality and only mediocre performance, and vice versa.

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Originally Posted by prava View Post
And about the CX400? They EOLd it, and put the CX430. Moral? Well, an enthusiast will never have enough with 400W, and will always pay a premium $20 just to have a better unit no problems (heck, I even have an Enermax Pro 82+ 425W myself, and they are by no means cheap). Also, those models didn't not replace one another: as I understand it, CX400 was meant with the lower end market...and failed.
Complete and utter nonsense. An enthusiast isn't necessarily somebody that runs 1000 watts worth of hardware. I run a HX450... does that mean I'm not an enthusiast?
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post #37 of 56
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I didn't compare the TR2 to the CX430, when a company like Corsair makes statements such as "When the retailers come to us and tell us what their customers want, we listen." it seems quite the opposite to what they have been doing for the past 4-5 years. Places like bestbuy want cheap stuff. Cheap and high quality don't go hand in hand.

Don't even bother mention that "peak" wattage of the CX430, it's worthless. You conveniently forgot to mention it soars out of spec when you overload it.



I think you're forgetting quality doesn't necessarily mean just performance, there's build quality aswell. A PSU can have good build quality and only mediocre performance, and vice versa.
You sound like a broken record. If you don't like the CX430, don't buy one.

And, I am certain that there are more interesting hobbies than trolling Corsair PSU threads available to you.
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You sound like a broken record. If you don't like the CX430, don't buy one.

And, I am certain that there are more interesting hobbies than trolling Corsair PSU threads available to you.
You need to drop that rotten attitude.

You're gonna have to point out where I've been "trolling" Corsair threads, because I've done nothing of the sort. There is no need to act like I hate Corsair because that's completely untrue, infact I have a HX450 powering my rig and a spare TX650 right beside me.
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I think people are missing the point Phaedrus, myself, and a couple of others are trying to make. It isn't that they are making or marketing the CX430, only that unlike their economy ram which is clearly labeled "ValueSelect", the CX430 isn't. THAT is the problem. If they had just done the ETHICAL and HONORABLE thing and clearly labeled it as a value line product there wouldn't be such a fuss. The use of CX, HS, TX, AX, BX, or any other X isn't a good way to distinguish their value line from their better quality line. THAT is the problem. People who buy the ValueSelect ram know that they are getting a reasonable quality product and saving a few bucks from their higher quality line. They have no reasonable expectations that it will perform as well as the better quality ram will and are willing to take that into account when they make their purchase. A person buying the CX430 has no indication that they are getting a value line psu based on the marketting and packaging of the product. Since Corsair has made it's name on selling better quality products over the years this omission in their labelling and marketing of the CX-430 is extremely misleading, unethical, and goes against everything that Corsair has to accomplish over the companies lifetime.

THAT is the problem.
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You sound like a broken record. If you don't like the CX430, don't buy one.

And, I am certain that there are more interesting hobbies than trolling Corsair PSU threads available to you.
Your attitude here on OCN (especially in this thread), plus the same attitude over in the Corsair Forums is exactly why I stopped purchasing Corsair products a few years ago. It isn't doing your cause or your company any favors to act like that. The fact that your superiors at Corsair allow you to act in such a manner shows how little they respect their end customers.
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