Conclusion: The other power supplies that I used for this review are relatively modern and can be used for any of today's ATX-based computers. All three are fairly robust and can handle pretty much anything you can fit into a tower chassis; they also cost about the same price. Given similar pricing and capabilities, it would make sense to go with the most energy-efficient option. Most people don't give a lot of thought to their power supply unless it's not working properly.
Summary: Ironically, the feature that initially caught our attention turned out to be one of the weaker features of the Neo HE 430. In spite of the "HE" in its name, it did not prove to be exceptionally efficient, although it is quite good.