( 4.3 Average / 120 Ratings )
Send an e-mail alert if the price drops to: $
(Note: Price alerts now use your merchant selections and tax settings.)
It works. Cheap. 80+ Bronze. Hasn't burned down my house.
Don't know much about power supplies but it does the job consistently and effectively.
I don't have any complaints on this PSU, I can't knock it for not being modular because they also make a modular version. After over a year of use, this has proven to be reliable and versatile.
This PSU was Tier 3 on the Toms Hardware PSU quality list here and seems to get the job done in this budget machine. Installation was strait forward and I have no major complaints so far.
Since buying this PSU (My second corsair PSU) I learned after of the cheap components in it, but I haven't had any problems yet, but I sometimes worry of it. I would've gone with an EVGA one instantly, but I went with this one regrettably.
Great power supply, but I have to knock off a few stars because its awful to use in a small case due to it having lots of connectors which combined with it being non modular makes the area behind my back panel look like a nuclear test site.
I really wish there was a 0 star rating because this thing is poop. If you are planning on putting this into any computer that you have over $500 in, I wouldn't do it. If you're going to build a gaming pc highly recommend getting something with a gold efficiency rating and consult the power supply tier list on Tomshardware.com
This is a really good, reliable PSU for budgets. It's still running well for me, and if I could have, I would have gone with the modular version, but that's just me.
No problems so far and it has been a great PSU for $37 (the price I got it for).