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9.5 out of 10

Corsair CX-430M

Great Deal: $50.51

Reviews and Problems with Corsair CX-430M

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Overall 8

Great, but be ready for molex.

Anthony, Amazon
1 December 2014
  • Summary: I purchased this PSU to power my system, a Pentium G3258 @ 4.2Ghz, r9 270x, 1tb HDD, and some fans and it's been great. More quiet than the CPU or GPU when it gets going, it's one of the best budget PSU's with modular cabling. One reason I docked it a star is the lack of a 2nd PCI cable; I've been using adapters since I hooked up the GPU, but I'd rather just have the connections and overhead so I'm replacing this one with the 500w model.
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Overall 2

Damaged PSU

Ronnie Dhanoolal "Ron", Amazon
8 November 2014
  • Summary: On opening the package there was a distinctive burning smell but I thought to myself it was nothing, after hooking up all components and powering on only to find out nothing was coming on. The amazon packaging came in excellent condition, on further inspection I discovered an indentation on the back meshing of the unit and the four pin connector smelling burnt. As a fan of corsair I am VERY disappointed after I spent $50.00. Its nothing more than a paper weight now.
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Overall 4

Honest review --- good information for system builders

SpiderCraved, Amazon
8 October 2014
  • Summary: I didn't really like this PSU, but to be fair please look below at what my system consisted of while using this component. My biggest issue with this unit is the amount of heat it produced at almost all times and especially under full load. There are enough connectors to hook up a simple system with not very many components but not enough for a heavier build. Other then the heat this unit produces I don't really have any complaints though.
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Overall 10

Buy it

Mr X "X", Amazon
21 August 2014
  • Summary: I have bought several of these, they are very quiet, look nice and work great.
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Overall 10

Modular Power Supply!

ike, Amazon
16 August 2014
  • Summary: Modular! Straightforward! Looks good! Runs quiet! Would recommend.
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Overall 10

The power supply works great and is very quiet

Kindle Customer, Amazon
12 August 2014
  • Summary: I downsized my power supply from 750 watts to 430 watts modular to make room in my case and to save electricity. My computer is on most of the day and it was using electricity at a high rate the first electricity bill, after installing the Corsair 430 was $10.00 a month less than usual. The power supply works great and is very quiet. I will recommend to friends.
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Overall 6


Andrew, Amazon
30 July 2014
  • Summary: Great power supply, sure the power is good based on some of the reviews I read and I trust it with my parts. I don't like that all of the old style power connectors are on a completely separate chain. Adding a mixed chain with both sata and traditional molex would prevent me from having to use all the connections which is sort of the point of modular to begin with. Other than that fine product.
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Overall 10

User Review

Mark_L, NCIX.com
4 July 2014
  • Summary: great for basic build, will be more than suitable for any office, home computer, home theatre pc, or etc. bought about 10 of them now? all worked so far. if your in for budget gaming, the best graphics card you can plug this in with is perhaps the gtx 750 ti. but really, go for like a 600w. if you can get it on sale with the rebate, its only a little more anyways.
  • Pros: cheap, working rebate, works great
  • Cons: its not free
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Overall 10

A very quiet power supply

nothingness, Amazon
2 July 2014
  • Summary: Very very quiet and it is nice to have modular cables to minimize clutter in the case.
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Overall 10

Great Powersupply

Theodore Fugate, Amazon
18 June 2014
  • Summary: Pros: Value! I only have to plug in the cords I need, no more random cables floating around in the case Easy to install, comes with the needed screws and zipties Quiet Cons: None so far I have this power supply in my Dad's computer and it runs very well. I also have the same one (non modular) in my computer and I have an R9 270 so if you were wondering if this could handle your graphics card it can.
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