• EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
  • EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
  • EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
  • EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
  • EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
  • EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
  • EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
  • EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black
EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black

EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR, Black

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  • EVGA 430W - "Unbeatable Value"
  • 80 PLUS certified, with up to 80% efficiency under typical loads
  • Fan Size / Bearing: 120mm Sleeve Bearing
  • unparalleled EVGA Customer Support
  • Heavy-duty protections including UVP (Under Voltage Protection), OPP (Over Power Protection), and SCP (Short Circuit Protection)

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The usual EVGA quality. Placed this in a Mini ... The usual EVGA quality. Placed this in a Mini ITX build I just finished. A bit challenging hiding all the wires but it did as intended. The price at the time of purchase was the lowest around when it come to reputable companies products. 5Fits Dell 760 Mini Tower When I first opened the cover to change the power supply in my Dell 760 Mini Tower it seemed impossible. There was a 24 pin socket and I had a 20 pin connector and they didn't look the same size. The The New ATX 4 pin connector had a yellow blue striped wire where the Dell had just a yellow wire.So I studied a bit about power supplies and found that two of the plugs when aligned together with arrows made the 24 pin socket and the yellow blue striped wire was the same as the yellow wire. The blue stripe served as a marker..The power supply and screws in perfectly when the fan is position the correct way. The connectors do fit perfectly. The fan is quiet and 5the included power cable is garbage. EVGA We buy a lot of these power supplies for our custom built computers. They are all solid. Never had a problem with any of the over 100 or more we've gone though.However...the included power cable is garbage. EVGA, please revise this power cable... It doesn't go in well, it loses power if you knock it, and it can be pulled out real easy. If I use any other power cable we have it works fine with this power supply. The included cable also does not work well for any other devices or computers. Does the same thing, gets knocked out easy or loses power with a touch. I'm weary to give customers any of our 100s of these power cables we have here now... 4I am happy now. Fair warning to anyone installing this in ... I installed this in a Dell Optiplex 780 Mini Tower to replace the stock 305 watt PS. I had added a second hard drive and a GeForce GT 730 2 gig video card. I was having temporary screen blackouts, sometimes I would have to push in the original PS reset button while pushing the front panel start button to get the PC to boot, The video card probably more than the second HDD was probably choking out the PS. Since installing the EVGA PS I have no more problems! I am happy now.I'm fairly certain it was the power supply because if I pulled out the video card and ran on the mobo video, no problems as long as I wasn't viewing HD content.Fair warning to anyone installing this in their Dell Optiplex 780 MT. The EVGA comes with long cabling so you will have to be a little careful when tucking it all in. No biggie. The most frustrating part of the installation is fitting the PS tight up against the corner of the frame where the four lock-down screws are. It's almost a two-person operation because you have to PUSH the PS up against the corner while lining up the four holes. I cursed out loud more than once at Dell... ;) 5Good units overall, but QA missed a potential CPU killer here. EVGA usually doesn't disappoint with their QA, but this one slipped through the cracks. I Installed this in my daughters computer to proactively replace a 6yo Thermaltake unit (I replace them when they get really old even if they still function) and after a few hours of use the motherboard safety tripped and reset the system due to excessive ripple on the EPS12v. It's a good thing it's a modern motherboard with power monitoring as this could have easily killed a CPU in an older motherboard.I ordered a replacement and a soon as it arrives I will send back this unit.On a side note, I have purchased 3 EVGA power supplies in the last year and this one is the first to give me any problems.Specs:AMD A10-6800kAsus - A68HM-K motherboard8GB ADATA XPG DDR3XFX R7 250 2GB Core EditionWindows 10 3An Amazing Power Supply From an Amazing Company This 430W power supply from EVGA is a great value, especially if you can grab it on sale for $40. The power supply looks and feels very high quality for something that costs so little. The feel and quality of this budget power supply is about on par with some $60-$80 power supplies I have used. I bought this power supply to use in a basic budget build for my younger brother who wanted to get into PC gaming. Paired with an AMD FX-6300 CPU and Nvidia GTX 750Ti, this little box does wonders. Not once has there been an issue with not enough power getting to the system, or power being cut/inconsistent. This power supply is reliable, and with a 3 year warranty from EVGA themselves there is little to worry about.Installation was simple and quick. The power supply arrived nicely packaged and well protected with screws for installation, a power cable and standard manuals and warranty slips. The cables are non-modular, which can be expected from a budget end power supply, but were neatly wrapped in a mesh material. To install, all that was required was to sit the unit in the case, line up the screw holes, and fix it in place with the provided screws.Everything about this budget power supply felt high quality, and it is easy to tell that EVGA takes pride in even their cheaper products. I would recommend this company for any power supply purchase in the future. The only issue with this power supply that I could find is when it isn't on sale, the 500W version is the same price. That just doesn't make sense? If you are in the looks for a power supply in your budget PC build, and you can nab this guy for $40 or less, its a good deal. If not grab the 500W so you have some extra breathing room for expansion in the future. Cheers!EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR 5It is what it is, keep that in mind and you will be happy. It is what it is, you should keep that in mind. It is, after all, a $30 power supply. However, as power supplies go this is probably the best of the absolute low end. It will power any budget PC with no problem. It is non-modular, but that just guarantees that you won't be losing or mixing up any cables.What it does do well is as a power supply for an older machine. Instead of a 24-pin motherboard connector, it has a 20+4-pin connector and instead of an 8-pin CPU power, you get a 4+4 pin connector. Combined with the three 4-pin Molex and the 4-pin Floppy/Berg connector, this is a perfect unit to power that old Windows 95 machine you keep around for all those legacy games that just act wonky in a more modern operating system environment.But it can keep up in a more modern system as well. It's got more than enough SATA power connectors for all of your storage needs and two 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors on a single cable, though anything that needs two 8-pin PCIe power connectors to work probably can't be fed by this unit. 5Compact and Easy to Install. This power supply is excellent for a basic build. First, it is really small, so it will fit well into any computer case, because chances are, the spot in the case for it is bigger than the power supply itself. Another positive is the two SATA power cables with a total of four ports. Having two separate cables made it easier for my case which had the DVD Burner and SATA Hard Drive on opposite sides of the case. It also came with mounting screws, which were higher quality than the ones which came with my case. With my basic i3 build, I kind of felt there were two many cables, but then again, this will leave me room for expansion. I would definitely buy another EVGA product. 5No bells or whistles, just works. Works just as intended. Sleeving could be way better to hide the ketchup and mustard wires. Very quiet operation, didn't even hear it during open bench testing as the whisper of the CPU and GPU fans overshadowed it. No issue powering a Ryzen 5 1600 at stock speeds with a manually overclocked R9 280x at stock voltage. EVGA branding on each side takes PSU orientation into account so no problem mounting this with case or exterior intake. 4Breathed life into an old machine On the very odd chance this helps anyone, this *is* a viable substitute PS for a dell XPS 420 (circa 2007). Only two of the four screws supplied to secure the new PS in the case aligned with holes in the case, but that seems to be enough to keep the thing in-place so I'm calling it good.One thing that (embarrassingly) took me a little bit to figure out was the wide connector that fits into the motherboard (the ATX) is indeed compatible. The old PS had a single 24-pin plug, but this guy has separated 20 and 4-pin plugs (neatly yoked together in a mesh sleeve, so as to accommodate sockets that are a little bit apart from one another). So for this you just plug both of them into the 24-pin slot on the mobo side-by-side.I did wind up needing to buy a separate SATA extension cable in order to get juice to all 3 drives in the machine, but for smaller boxes (or ones w/fewer SATA drives) I bet that wouldn't be necessary. 5
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The usual EVGA quality. Placed this in a Mini ... The usual EVGA quality. Placed this in a Mini ITX build I just finished. A bit challenging hiding all the wires but it did as intended. The price at the time of purchase was the lowest around when it come to reputable companies products. 5Fits Dell 760 Mini Tower When I first opened the cover to change the power supply in my Dell 760 Mini Tower it seemed impossible. There was a 24 pin socket and I had a 20 pin connector and they didn't look the same size. The The New ATX 4 pin connector had a yellow blue striped wire where the Dell had just a yellow wire.So I studied a bit about power supplies and found that two of the plugs when aligned together with arrows made the 24 pin socket and the yellow blue striped wire was the same as the yellow wire. The blue stripe served as a marker..The power supply and screws in perfectly when the fan is position the correct way. The connectors do fit perfectly. The fan is quiet and 5the included power cable is garbage. EVGA We buy a lot of these power supplies for our custom built computers. They are all solid. Never had a problem with any of the over 100 or more we've gone though.However...the included power cable is garbage. EVGA, please revise this power cable... It doesn't go in well, it loses power if you knock it, and it can be pulled out real easy. If I use any other power cable we have it works fine with this power supply. The included cable also does not work well for any other devices or computers. Does the same thing, gets knocked out easy or loses power with a touch. I'm weary to give customers any of our 100s of these power cables we have here now... 4I am happy now. Fair warning to anyone installing this in ... I installed this in a Dell Optiplex 780 Mini Tower to replace the stock 305 watt PS. I had added a second hard drive and a GeForce GT 730 2 gig video card. I was having temporary screen blackouts, sometimes I would have to push in the original PS reset button while pushing the front panel start button to get the PC to boot, The video card probably more than the second HDD was probably choking out the PS. Since installing the EVGA PS I have no more problems! I am happy now.I'm fairly certain it was the power supply because if I pulled out the video card and ran on the mobo video, no problems as long as I wasn't viewing HD content.Fair warning to anyone installing this in their Dell Optiplex 780 MT. The EVGA comes with long cabling so you will have to be a little careful when tucking it all in. No biggie. The most frustrating part of the installation is fitting the PS tight up against the corner of the frame where the four lock-down screws are. It's almost a two-person operation because you have to PUSH the PS up against the corner while lining up the four holes. I cursed out loud more than once at Dell... ;) 5Good units overall, but QA missed a potential CPU killer here. EVGA usually doesn't disappoint with their QA, but this one slipped through the cracks. I Installed this in my daughters computer to proactively replace a 6yo Thermaltake unit (I replace them when they get really old even if they still function) and after a few hours of use the motherboard safety tripped and reset the system due to excessive ripple on the EPS12v. It's a good thing it's a modern motherboard with power monitoring as this could have easily killed a CPU in an older motherboard.I ordered a replacement and a soon as it arrives I will send back this unit.On a side note, I have purchased 3 EVGA power supplies in the last year and this one is the first to give me any problems.Specs:AMD A10-6800kAsus - A68HM-K motherboard8GB ADATA XPG DDR3XFX R7 250 2GB Core EditionWindows 10 3An Amazing Power Supply From an Amazing Company This 430W power supply from EVGA is a great value, especially if you can grab it on sale for $40. The power supply looks and feels very high quality for something that costs so little. The feel and quality of this budget power supply is about on par with some $60-$80 power supplies I have used. I bought this power supply to use in a basic budget build for my younger brother who wanted to get into PC gaming. Paired with an AMD FX-6300 CPU and Nvidia GTX 750Ti, this little box does wonders. Not once has there been an issue with not enough power getting to the system, or power being cut/inconsistent. This power supply is reliable, and with a 3 year warranty from EVGA themselves there is little to worry about.Installation was simple and quick. The power supply arrived nicely packaged and well protected with screws for installation, a power cable and standard manuals and warranty slips. The cables are non-modular, which can be expected from a budget end power supply, but were neatly wrapped in a mesh material. To install, all that was required was to sit the unit in the case, line up the screw holes, and fix it in place with the provided screws.Everything about this budget power supply felt high quality, and it is easy to tell that EVGA takes pride in even their cheaper products. I would recommend this company for any power supply purchase in the future. The only issue with this power supply that I could find is when it isn't on sale, the 500W version is the same price. That just doesn't make sense? If you are in the looks for a power supply in your budget PC build, and you can nab this guy for $40 or less, its a good deal. If not grab the 500W so you have some extra breathing room for expansion in the future. Cheers!EVGA 430 W1, 80+ WHITE 430W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0430-KR 5It is what it is, keep that in mind and you will be happy. It is what it is, you should keep that in mind. It is, after all, a $30 power supply. However, as power supplies go this is probably the best of the absolute low end. It will power any budget PC with no problem. It is non-modular, but that just guarantees that you won't be losing or mixing up any cables.What it does do well is as a power supply for an older machine. Instead of a 24-pin motherboard connector, it has a 20+4-pin connector and instead of an 8-pin CPU power, you get a 4+4 pin connector. Combined with the three 4-pin Molex and the 4-pin Floppy/Berg connector, this is a perfect unit to power that old Windows 95 machine you keep around for all those legacy games that just act wonky in a more modern operating system environment.But it can keep up in a more modern system as well. It's got more than enough SATA power connectors for all of your storage needs and two 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors on a single cable, though anything that needs two 8-pin PCIe power connectors to work probably can't be fed by this unit. 5Compact and Easy to Install. This power supply is excellent for a basic build. First, it is really small, so it will fit well into any computer case, because chances are, the spot in the case for it is bigger than the power supply itself. Another positive is the two SATA power cables with a total of four ports. Having two separate cables made it easier for my case which had the DVD Burner and SATA Hard Drive on opposite sides of the case. It also came with mounting screws, which were higher quality than the ones which came with my case. With my basic i3 build, I kind of felt there were two many cables, but then again, this will leave me room for expansion. I would definitely buy another EVGA product. 5No bells or whistles, just works. Works just as intended. Sleeving could be way better to hide the ketchup and mustard wires. Very quiet operation, didn't even hear it during open bench testing as the whisper of the CPU and GPU fans overshadowed it. No issue powering a Ryzen 5 1600 at stock speeds with a manually overclocked R9 280x at stock voltage. EVGA branding on each side takes PSU orientation into account so no problem mounting this with case or exterior intake. 4Breathed life into an old machine On the very odd chance this helps anyone, this *is* a viable substitute PS for a dell XPS 420 (circa 2007). Only two of the four screws supplied to secure the new PS in the case aligned with holes in the case, but that seems to be enough to keep the thing in-place so I'm calling it good.One thing that (embarrassingly) took me a little bit to figure out was the wide connector that fits into the motherboard (the ATX) is indeed compatible. The old PS had a single 24-pin plug, but this guy has separated 20 and 4-pin plugs (neatly yoked together in a mesh sleeve, so as to accommodate sockets that are a little bit apart from one another). So for this you just plug both of them into the 24-pin slot on the mobo side-by-side.I did wind up needing to buy a separate SATA extension cable in order to get juice to all 3 drives in the machine, but for smaller boxes (or ones w/fewer SATA drives) I bet that wouldn't be necessary. 5
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