Nexus Value 430W Quiet Power Supply Review

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At only 15 dBA, the Nexus Value 430W Power Supply is one of the quietest on the market. It also has an efficiency of 80+%, sleeved leads and it compact. This PSU measures in at only 150x86x125mm (5.9x3.4x4.9in) so it's perfect for a tiny computer build.




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this psu seems cool, I wish they made it black instead of sliver. I don't know how much more it would cost to put black paint on it. But hey, this wont brake the bank for any low end build. Plus its approve by 3dgameman him self. So if anyone has any doubts i'm sure its not this psu.

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Joined: 10/29/2006
Posts: 569

Why not a VALUE 300 Nexus? :D :D :D

Although this is a 100% kickass PSU for me, I don't need 400 watts, but prefer 300 watts instead. With an AMD A10-5800K and no discrete graphics card, I'd be very happy with that for low-end gaming (I'm talking fun games that can take advantage of the Radeon HD 7660D that's built-in to A10-3000, so no Crysis for me).

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Joined: 12/31/2000
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Yea, these 300-500W PSUs are popular for standard computer builds/low end gaming rids.

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