Corsair Launches New Line of Power Supplies for Mainstream Builders

Not everyone needs a Lexus to get from Point A to Point B, nor do you need a decked out power supply with all the bells and whistles (and matching price tag) to power a modest setup. That's the general mindset behind Corsair's new "Build Series" power supplies, which Corsair promises will provide "worry-free compatibility" with your system without putting a major dent in your Paypal account.

"Corsair has earned a reputation for engineering the best PSUs on the market, and with the new Build Series, we now have a best-in-class solution for those who need a great value power supply for basic system builds and upgrades," said Ruben Mookerjee, VP and General Manager of Components at Corsair. "The Builder Series is perfect for system builders who want to take advantage of Corsair's legendary quality and reliability."


Designed specifically for single GPU setups, Corsair says it still managed to cram in a few high end features typically reserved for gold label PSUs. For example, the Build Series rolls all the +12V amps into a single rail design and delivers up to 80 percent energy efficiency. And while not modular, they do ship with "extra long-fully sleeved cables" so shouldn't come up short in that hulking tower you scored for cheap at the local computer fair.

The Build Series is available now for $50 (CX430, 430W), $65 (CX500, 500W) and $75 (CX600, 600W).

Corsair Launches Builder Series Power Supplies For Mainstream System Builders and Upgraders

– New 430, 500 and 600W power supplies offer best-in-class performance for single-GPU home desktop and office PCs –

 
FREMONT, California — September 29, 2010 — Corsair®, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced the new Builder Series™ range of power supplies. The Builder Series CX430, CX500 and CX600 power supplies have been designed to provide continuous, reliable power output, and worry-free compatibility with your home or office PC. They are the ideal choice for PC builders and upgraders who need an affordable, quiet, and energy efficient PSU for mainstream performance, single GPU systems.

“Corsair has earned a reputation for engineering the best PSUs on the market, and with the new Builder Series, we now have a best-in-class solution for those who need a great value power supply for basic system builds and upgrades,” said Ruben Mookerjee, VP and General Manager of Components at Corsair. “The Builder Series is perfect for system builders who want to take advantage of Corsair’s legendary quality and reliability.”

Designed for PCs with single GPUs, the Builder Series boasts features typically reserved for premium power supplies. These include a dedicated single +12V rail, and up to 80% energy efficiency. With their ultra-quiet 120mm temperature-controlled fan and compatibility with the latest ATX12V V2.3 specification, they are a great choice for systems where reliable power delivery and low noise are essential. In addition, the Builder Series PSUs are fully compliant with the European ErP Directive on the eco-design of energy-related products.

Corsair Builder Series PSUs are available immediately from Corsair’s resellers worldwide, and come with a two year limited warranty. The Builder Series CX600 has a suggested retail price of $74.99 (US). The CX500 and CX430 have suggested retail prices of $64.99 (US) and $49.99 (US) respectively.

For more information on Corsair Builder Series PSUs, please visit the Power Supplies section of our web site.

Via:  Corsair
Comments
animatortom 4 years ago

Great prices! This is why Corsair is going to be a major industry leader!

Good to see that since they have been supplying the studios with components, that they have been passing those savings down to the average consumer! Great business model:)

Time to start buying stock!

bob_on_the_cob 4 years ago

Hey these look pretty nice. I have a Corsair 750 TX and I have been very happy with it. Might have to pick one of these up when I build my little bros rig in a few weeks.

rapid1 4 years ago

As per my experience Corsair makes some fine units at whatever price point they fall in general on PSU's

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