Corsair CV Series CV450 80+ Bronze Power Supply, 450W

MX80306 CV Series CV450 80+ Bronze Power Supply, 450W
MX80306 CV Series CV450 80+ Bronze Power Supply, 450W MX80306 CV Series CV450 80+ Bronze Power Supply, 450W MX80306 CV Series CV450 80+ Bronze Power Supply, 450W MX80306 CV Series CV450 80+ Bronze Power Supply, 450W

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Wednesday, March 18, 2020
By: ben07
From: Vancouver

Excellent for a small or budget build

Strengths:

Nice and short. May even fit nicely in some mini-ITX builds (only 150x125x86mm) in size. Bronze certified with relatively good efficiency for light duty, small or low power builds Decent cable lengths 2 PCIE connectors (on a single cable) 7 SATA connectors (but - see weakness) 3 year warranty

Weaknesses:

Non-modular Still has some molex and floppy connectors (for older system compatibility) Much of the SATA power connectors are useless depending on how your drives are placed or configured. All cables will need angled clearance

Additional Comments:

The pictures of Memory Express and some other locations online do not give it justice. The sheathing/sleeving on the cables are really nice and black and do not show any yellow-red (ketchup mustard) wires. The cables are all black. Even the ends of the cable (where they terminate into the connectors) are all black. The three main power wires are rounded and sheathed/sleeved (CPU, motherboard and PCIE). The remainder of the cables (SATA power, molex and floppy) are all FLAT and BLACK cables as well. Overall the PSU looks nice and decent even for a budget build. I used this for an entry level build (3400G, 1 NVMe and 1 HDD, No standalone GPU). It works well and I do not foresee any problems for such a low powered system.
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