Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master eXtreme Power Plus 400W (RS-400-PCAR/PCAP-A3)
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Decent 400W PSU
28 April 2014
Summary: I typically buy higher end PSU's that have more wattage and features, so my review should be taken in that context. This is a decent PSU considering it's price and the users it targets; 4 molexes and 4 satas are enough for most users.
Summary: I had a 250 watt which noise wise wasn't too bad. Even though it had a smaller fan. But this one is super quiet. At first I had to put my hand at the back of the computer to see if it was running. Plus this one has more modern connections which I like. Anything bigger would have been over kill.
Summary: Very quiet power supply, good brand. Installing was easy except the ribbon cable was just a little to short. I had to move my hard drive to a different slot. No big deal. Large fan that on the inside bottom of power supply. Old one was on rear panel and smaller.
Summary: Got this to replace my other power supply on an old HP. Put it in myself after watching a few youtube videos. It's really not all that hard, just dont go rubbing your face and tools back and forth across the motherboard and you'll be okay.
Summary: Upgraded my power supply after the one I had originally died. This one is about 100w higher than what I had before. The price was wonderful and it shipped fast. I've been using it for a few months now and my PC is running faster and quieter than before.
Solid and cheap. Cooler Master has never let me down for anything.
4 October 2013
Summary: I own and use Cooler Master CPU fans, case fans and a CM Storm Quickfire TK keyboard and all their products have been outstanding. I didn't hesitate to pick up this power supply to replace a failed one in my parents' Gateway desktop.
Summary: Didn't get around to building my PC until way after the return policy.. Got this Power supply installed, and nothing would light up. The motherboard would beep, fans would turn a bit, and then NOTHING.. tested it and no voltage coming out of it.