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Last Edited by thestreetlight September 22, 2016 at 10:42 PM
EVGA 400 Watt ATX PSU. - In stock on September 26, 2016.

Seems like a decent deal if you need an entry level PSU for not much $$. It's better than the really cheap ones.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...PDKIKX0DER


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#2
Also available on newegg.com for same price and $1.99 shipping (if you're not an APO/FPO or not in AK, HI or Puerto Rico):

EVGA 400 Watt N1 Series ATX Power Supply $19.99 + $1.99 shipping [newegg.com]

I've had an EVG 430 watt that I picked up last year for about the same price and it's been running well and quiet.

Cheers.....
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Got one.

Finally a no rebate power supply deal.
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this one does not have a braiding on sata and molex cables. also fan is a bit on a louder side when you put some load on it. I'd take 430 version over it after rebate, but these are still fine
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I like this too because it has no rebate but this review [jonnyguru.com] is unkind to this PSU.

Probably ok for budget build and better then no-name cheap PSUs but less sure of longevity. Too bad Evga 430w deals always have a rebate....
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Last edited by rspirit September 22, 2016 at 12:24 PM
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This is a really good deal for $20 - it's hard to find cheap power supplies in this price range let alone a good name brand
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should be fine for gtx-1060 I'm guessing?
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If only the 550w G2 would go down in price.
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It's not specified on Amazon but Newegg says it's "80 PLUS Certified". This is a good deal without having to mess with rebates!
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If only the 550w G2 would go down in price.
G2 is top of the line EVGA psu . Second only to the p2 . I doubt it will go down that low anytime soon .
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Your entire PC runs through your PSU. Do yourself a favor and just spend a few extra bucks for peace of mind. You never skimp on a power supply.
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Quote from Extreme86 View Post :
G2 is top of the line EVGA psu . Second only to the p2 . I doubt it will go down that low anytime soon .
It was $71 a few months ago on Newegg, and last year it was $50. It's $85 now.
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+12 for a PSU with bad reviews, a 2 year warranty and 80 Plus Certification, while the CX430 is $15.99 AR with a longer warranty (3 years), 80 Plus Bronze Certification, and more wattage. Seems like a great deal...
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Quote from Superorb View Post :
It was $71 a few months ago on Newegg, and last year it was $50. It's $85 now.
Isn't that G2 one of JG's perfect 10 ps? That seems to affect pricing.
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+12 for a PSU with bad reviews, a 2 year warranty and 80 Plus Certification, while the CX430 is $15.99 AR with a longer warranty (3 years), 80 Plus Bronze Certification, and more wattage. Seems like a great deal...
I trust New egg reviews more than Amazon for computer related products, that said, there are definitely problems though, seems DOA, burning up on first boot, and fan noises seem to be the majority of issues. I do agree though, the CX430 is a much better deal though MIR suck.
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