Summary: I've used a few of these power supplies going back a few years now. To date I've not had any issues with any of them. The is a newer updated version which is now 80+ bronze rated A quick list of some good and bad points Pros: + Good price & performance + Fairly quiet (it's not silent but very little...
Summary: This is the best PSU I have purchased till date. Fantastic performance & yet very silent. Always buy this CX version than normal 500/550W PSU since this is rated for atleast 80% efficiency. While buying any PSU, including that from Corsair, don't look just at wattage but efficiency.
Summary: I bought CX series this time because my VS series got burnt out after 2 years of use. This PSU is 80 PLUS: Bronze so you don't have to worry about your electricity bill. My config- Asus P5G41T-M-LX MotherBoard Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Processor 4 GB 1033mhz DDR3 Ram AMD Sapphire HD 7770 1 Tb + 500 GB...
Summary: Prime reason for most of the computer parts giving up over a time is use of poor quality power supply! The corsair one is best for daily use with no extra peripherals attached to the MB. If you have extra graphics card make sure that your power requirements match up with this PSU.
Summary: Bought it in 2012 from flipkart. Working very fine after 2 years. The fan is very silent. Very good at this price range. EDIT: Updating on Apr 16, 2015. It can run a GTX 960 without problems unless your other devices are not power hungry.
Summary: This is a grate PSU, just like the reviews by Techpowerup, Kitguru, TweakTown, HardwareSecrets, JonnyGuru etc shows. After all this is Corsair, not some local manufacturer. This is actually CX430 v3 which is simply named CX430.[80+ Bronze] (I bought it from WSRetail.
Summary: Picked this up to upgrade a system after I added a bigger video card. Good power for the price. The local stores had PSU's that were both too much money and not enough power on the 12V rail for my oldest system.
Pros: Good price with rebate. looks good. Plenty of power.
Summary: A great power supply at a no-name price (rebate or price match for around $30). Perfect for mid-range builds with one video card. No power quality issues with the Corsair brand. Cables were plenty long and had enough connectors.