Summary: Comes with everything needed and as always corsair failed to disapoint me, though I have only had it a couple of days so we'll see how it is in 6 months time. Only issue was the length on the sata power connectors which was my own fault for not checking in advance.
Summary: Its a good PSU, not the best value for the price, which is why it gets 3 stars, can get better units from the likes of EVGA at the same price. The only problem I have with the CX series power supplies is people like to put them in high end builds.
For a budget psu it is very good but like a lot of other people you get ...
daniel nurse, Amazon
19 January 2016
Summary: For a budget psu it is very good but like a lot of other people you get coil whine through heads sets. This is unavoidable unless you get a different psu. I got the evga supernova and there is not coil whine anymore. Get if your on a budget but avoid if you have £80 to spend on a psu.
Summary: I ordered the Corsair Builder Series CX 600 Watt ATX/EPS 80 PLUS Bronze Power Supply Unit on the recommendation of a close friend who built my custom tower computer. The original power supply was the same make but had finally given out after years of use!
Summary: I bought this for My Dell Inspiron 620 to upgrade the power for a future Graphics card upgrade , I am happy with the product the only thing that panicked me is that after 10 min of usage I started smelling sort of plastic in my room so i thought Something was melting but it seems to slowly fade away...
Summary: I've had two of these now. The first one outlasted the rest of the machine, and I expect that the current one will as well. So I know that it's a good quality power supply. The issue that I have now is that after building a quiet PC, the PSU is by far the noisiest part, consistently making an...
Summary: When it arrived I installed it into my computer, but when I went to turn it on it started making a weird grinding noise. Not sure why but it definitely wasn't working as intended. The delivery was good though