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Power Supply Units
Looking at the efficiency of the PSU Corsair easily exceed the bronze specification, skirting silver actually. Noise levels are also decent through the range with temperatures remaining in check.
“In summary, Corsair CX500M an excellent power supply in this price range and should be seen as a clear alternative to future budget builds.”
The CX600M has budget written all over it, budget in this case however isn't a negative thing. After testing it quite extensively we really do get the feeling that it is a good power supply. Next to that for the money it's rather good looking with its all dark cables and connectors as well. We did not notice any issues in terms of voltage dips or weirdness, overall it simply is a good PSU for the money. At 60 bucks this is hard to beat. It's of course a crowded market with quality and efficiency levels being bumped up with each year that passes. But this PSU definitely is a winner in terms of price versus quality versus features versus looks. The one remark really are just two PCie graphics connectors. But that's all I can think of. It doesn't cost a small fortune, and you get three years warranty. Yup - Recommended by Guru3D.com
CX Series PC power supplies are an excellent choice for basic system builds and desktop PC computer upgrades. CX Series PSUs are available in a variety of power configurations, and include features that are normally found only on premium power supplies.
CX Series™ Modular power supply units are an excellent choice for basic system builds and upgrades, offering high reliability, low noise, and the flexibility of modular cabling.
CX750 PSUs deliver the power needed for medium specification home or office PCs that do not have high numbers of components, while also offering high energy efficiency and low noise.
CX600 PSUs deliver the power needed for medium specification home or office PCs that do not have high numbers of components, while also offering high energy efficiency and low noise.
The CX500 delivers the power needed for medium specification home or office PCs that do not have high numbers of components, while also offering high energy efficiency and low noise.