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Power Supply

EVGA 430W 80+ Certified ATX Power Supply

( 4.6 Average / 32 Ratings )




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430 Watts





Efficiency Certification


PCI-Express 6+2-Pin Connectors


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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


from completed build Cheapotastic build

It works. For the past few weeks I can hear some noise out of its fan at times. If not for that noise, this was going to be a five star.

from completed build Linux Mint Media/File Server

Good low-end unit, runs cool and silent.

from completed build LARRY First build

Power supply works as it should. No problems. The extra cables laying around are a negative, but what can you expect for a PSU under $40.

from completed build First gaming pc!

Power supply, not modular, wiring was a pain, but eh, that's what you get for about $30.

from completed build Sold a PC!

Works well. I don't like the color of EVGA cable sleeves, but it does the job

from completed build Sub $240 Quality AMD Build

The EVGA 430W PSU is a very good power supply. Coming from EVGA, I expected no less. The PSU itself is also 80 Plus certified, which is a much if you plan on using it for the long haul. Overall, I have no gripes with the PSU other than the cable wrappers are very firm. Routing them through a case may be a bit of a struggle if you don't have ample room to work with.