Phoronix: Corsair CX430: A Decent Low-Cost Power Supply
As a bit more shopping advice this weekend for Linux users besides my low-cost mini-ITX Linux system build are a few words about the power supplies I've been buying recently for the new test farm. I'm up to about six of the Corsair CX430 low-cost power supplies and so far they're working well in all of the test systems.
Yeap, I have a CX430M (M for modular cabling), and it's working just perfectly. It's not even a low-end machine, either: I'm using it with a GTX 660, i5 3470, an HDD, an SSD, an ODD and a dedicated sound card. It's a pretty good sign that modern hardware has become really quite power-efficient.