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CORSAIR Builder Series CX430 430W ATX12V v2.3 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC Power Supply


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Huh, good deal. I just gave a green, and got an achievement. Thanks!

Cool, it's like being the 1 millionth shopper except I was your 500th green !

VirtuaL said:   Huh, good deal. I just gave a green, and got an achievement. Thanks!

Not a bad a price, but it's $16 after a $20 rebate. Some of the reviews make the PSU somewhat suspect. I've had good luck with Antec, so I'll likely stick with them.

Where's the $16 Antec you're speaking of ?

thumpergeek said:   Not a bad a price, but it's $16 after a $20 rebate. Some of the reviews make the PSU somewhat suspect. I've had good luck with Antec, so I'll likely stick with them.

These may be Corsair's entry-level PSUs (like Antec's Basiq line), but they are solid (much better quality than that DiabloTek deal, but that one was FAR).

$17 is a good price for one of these. These days, it seems like the PSU market is so saturated at the lower ends, that they are practically giving these away via MIRs.

I would think it's because people's focus has changed from the desktop PC to more portable devices. It use to be everyone wanted a PC and upgraded constantly, now everyone wants a new phone every year...


VirtuaL said:   These may be Corsair's entry-level PSUs (like Antec's Basiq line), but they are solid (much better quality than that DiabloTek deal, but that one was FAR).

$17 is a good price for one of these. These days, it seems like the PSU market is so saturated at the lower ends, that they are practically giving these away via MIRs.

SithMaster said:   I would think it's because people's focus has changed from the desktop PC to more portable devices. It use to be everyone wanted a PC and upgraded constantly, now everyone wants a new phone every year...
I think that is true. There are rumors that Haswell will be the last desktop CPU with a socket. Future CPUs (Broadwell) will only use BGA, not LGA, and will be soldered to the motherboard. I will be sad if desktop PCs end up like phones. I enjoy building PCs.

PS. Congrats on the "Hat Trick" Award.

Thanks

VirtuaL said:   SithMaster said:   I would think it's because people's focus has changed from the desktop PC to more portable devices. It use to be everyone wanted a PC and upgraded constantly, now everyone wants a new phone every year...
I think that is true. There are rumors that Haswell will be the last desktop CPU with a socket. Future CPUs (Broadwell) will only use BGA, not LGA, and will be soldered to the motherboard. I will be sad if desktop PCs end up like phones. I enjoy building PCs.

PS. Congrats on the "Hat Trick" Award.



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