EVGA 430 W1, 80+ White 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR
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- EVGA 430W - "Unbeatable Value"
- 80 PLUS certified, with up to 80% efficiency under typical loads
- Fan Size / Bearing: 120mm Sleeve Bearing
- 3 Year Warranty and unparalleled EVGA Customer Support
- Heavy-duty protections including UVP (Under Voltage Protection), OPP (Over Power Protection), and SCP (Short Circuit Protection)
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I'm currently running this PSU with an MSi B250M Pro-VD motherboard, Intel Pentium G4560, EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti FTW, Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB 2400 MHz, WD Caviar Blue 1TB HDD, Kingston Hyper-X 240GB SSD. I am running my entire system off of one of these 430W PSUs and everything is running perfectly fine. Anyway this Power Supply Unit runs extremely quiet. Sometimes I forget it is even on unless I put my ear up close to my computer case. Now with that being said. I have nothing but positive feedback and good things to say about this product from EVGA. I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a solid PSU that won't hurt your wallet.
Installation was simple and quick. The power supply arrived nicely packaged and well protected with screws for installation, a power cable and standard manuals and warranty slips. The cables are non-modular, which can be expected from a budget end power supply, but were neatly wrapped in a mesh material. To install, all that was required was to sit the unit in the case, line up the screw holes, and fix it in place with the provided screws.
Everything about this budget power supply felt high quality, and it is easy to tell that EVGA takes pride in even their cheaper products. I would recommend this company for any power supply purchase in the future. The only issue with this power supply that I could find is when it isn't on sale, the 500W version is the same price. That just doesn't make sense? If you are in the looks for a power supply in your budget PC build, and you can nab this guy for $40 or less, its a good deal. If not grab the 500W so you have some extra breathing room for expansion in the future. Cheers!
EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR
I'm fairly certain it was the power supply because if I pulled out the video card and ran on the mobo video, no problems as long as I wasn't viewing HD content.
Fair warning to anyone installing this in their Dell Optiplex 780 MT. The EVGA comes with long cabling so you will have to be a little careful when tucking it all in. No biggie. The most frustrating part of the installation is fitting the PS tight up against the corner of the frame where the four lock-down screws are. It's almost a two-person operation because you have to PUSH the PS up against the corner while lining up the four holes. I cursed out loud more than once at Dell... ;)
One thing that (embarrassingly) took me a little bit to figure out was the wide connector that fits into the motherboard (the ATX) is indeed compatible. The old PS had a single 24-pin plug, but this guy has separated 20 and 4-pin plugs (neatly yoked together in a mesh sleeve, so as to accommodate sockets that are a little bit apart from one another). So for this you just plug both of them into the 24-pin slot on the mobo side-by-side.
I did wind up needing to buy a separate SATA extension cable in order to get juice to all 3 drives in the machine, but for smaller boxes (or ones w/fewer SATA drives) I bet that wouldn't be necessary.