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430W Corsair CX430 80+ Bronze Power Supply for $15.99 AC, 700W Thermaltake TR2 Bronze 80+ Bronze Power Supply for $32.99 AR & More @ Newegg.com

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Last Edited by cricket702 June 30, 2016 at 04:27 PM
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.

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In 4 1. Thanks! TD.
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the corsair 430 is a solid semi-modular power supply.

I use it and it currently powers the following:
i5 4570 (cpu)
gt 750 ti (gpu)
8GB DDR3 RAM
AC Wireless + Bluetooth card
640GB WD hdd
120mm case fan

with more power to spare for whatever else, I choose to add/swap in.
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Quote from redeye2 View Post :
the corsair 430 is a solid semi-modular power supply.

I use it and it currently powers the following:
i5 4570 (cpu)
gt 750 ti (gpu)
8GB DDR3 RAM
AC Wireless + Bluetooth card
640GB WD hdd
120mm case fan

with more power to spare for whatever else, I choose to add/swap in.
The Corsair CX430 comes in 2 different versions, CX430 and CX430M (modular). This deal is for the non-modular version. Still a good power supply for the price.
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Good find op. But maybe you should add AR to the title for the Corsiar CX430. It only shows AC, which is why I got very happy untill I saw that it's also "after rebate" which is nearly impossible to get from Newegg. Again, good find and thanks!
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Quote from jonbuttcheeks View Post :
Good find op. But maybe you should add AR to the title for the Corsiar CX430. It only shows AC, which is why I got very happy untill I saw that it's also "after rebate" which is nearly impossible to get from Newegg. Again, good find and thanks!
Agree. That's what I hate most about Newegg, is their stupid rebates. Just do coupons. lol
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Quote from jonbuttcheeks View Post :
Good find op. But maybe you should add AR to the title for the Corsiar CX430. It only shows AC, which is why I got very happy untill I saw that it's also "after rebate" which is nearly impossible to get from Newegg. Again, good find and thanks!
Same here but I think it's the app that does it. I've seen it before and maybe that's the case here, too.
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Quote from redeye2 View Post :
the corsair 430 is a solid semi-modular power supply.

I use it and it currently powers the following:
i5 4570 (cpu)
gt 750 ti (gpu)
8GB DDR3 RAM
AC Wireless + Bluetooth card
640GB WD hdd
120mm case fan

with more power to spare for whatever else, I choose to add/swap in.
What is the point of a power supply being modular?

Also, why does a power supply need a carrying bag like that Corsair one?
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What is the point of a power supply being modular?

Also, why does a power supply need a carrying bag like that Corsair one?
Modular power supplies can be nice because you don't need to have all the leads and connectors sitting in your case unused if they aren't needed. This is particularly important for smaller cases and cleaner builds. Higher wattage power supplies usually come with a ton of connectors that will typically go unused and just take up space in your case. Having a ton of hard drives and other devices is one thing, but if you just have a high-end video card (or SLI/Crossfire) and need a high wattage power supply then odds are you don't need all the extra connectors. So just unplug and store them away.

The carrying case is probably more for the extra unused leads/connectors, not the power supply.
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Last edited by tasop7 July 1, 2016 at 04:40 PM
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Quote from redeye2 View Post :
the corsair 430 is a solid semi-modular power supply.

I use it and it currently powers the following:
i5 4570 (cpu)
gt 750 ti (gpu)
8GB DDR3 RAM
AC Wireless + Bluetooth card
640GB WD hdd
120mm case fan

with more power to spare for whatever else, I choose to add/swap in.
Quote from tasop7 View Post :
Modular power supplies can be nice because you don't need to have all the leads and connectors sitting in your case unused if they aren't needed. This is particularly important for smaller cases and cleaner builds. Higher wattage power supplies usually come with a ton of connectors that will typically go unused and just take up space in your case. Having a ton of hard drives and other devices is one thing, but if you just have a high-end video card (or SLI/Crossfire) and need a high wattage power supply then odds are you don't need all the extra connectors. So just unplug and store them away.

The carrying case is probably more for the extra unused leads/connectors, not the power supply.
Thank you for the detailed explanation!
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better of 20 usd no rebate
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