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Corsair CX430V2 430 Watt Power Supply Review

By: Chris Ramseyer | Other PSUs in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 8, 2011 2:20 pm
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TweakTown Rating: 86%Manufacturer: Corsair

Cabling Arrangement




While there isn't a lengthy list of cables here for the CX430V2, it isn't short on what you'll need by any means. Of course, we find the 20+4 pin Main and ATX 4+4 connectors. The single PCI-E cable has only one connector and is of the 6+2 variety. Peripheral connections are handled via three cables. Two of the cables have dual SATA connectors on them while the third has three Molex connectors and a single floppy connector.




As you'd expect, the CX430V2 uses a single 12V rail. Moving on.



A Look Inside




Opening up the power supply, we find what should be ample cooling for a low end power supply.




The primary capacitor is a single Samxon cap rated for 85C. It would be nice to see at least Taiwanese capacitors here instead of Chinese.




Taking a look at the secondary capacitors, we find a mix of more Samxon caps with a few Teapo capacitors. At least all of these are rated for 105C.




Keeping everything nice and cool is the 120mm Yate Loon fan, model D12SH-12.

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