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Pros: I have several of these installed in random computers I have worked on or built, none have ever given me problems. Some of which are in higher temp and vibration applications, yet they still run great.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR CX series CX430 430W 80 PLUS BRONZE Active PFC ATX12V & EPS12V Power Supply
Pros: This power supply runs a computer used in data recording, the computer is in a box van ran off of a generator that has varying loads affecting the output of the generator. This power supply has handled this flawlessly for the last 3 years.
Other Thoughts: Runs great in a subpar environmentREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Update, after 4 years this is still running great in my power supply,
Smooth running with one exception. Quality cable. Moves a very good amount of air at 12v, and still does well with the included resistive adapter. I like the looks.
Cons: Loud at 12v, acceptable with the adapter. If placed in an updraft position (air blowing up) it has a significant amount of vibration, enough that I would not recommend it in this configuration, rated a 4 egg for this reason. A fan that costs this much and stated as having a high quality bearing should be able to run smoothly in any configuration.
Other Thoughts: Im running this fan in my power supply as the stock fan in it was garbage. This fan is quieter and moves more air. The only downside is I had to re-orient my power supply so the fan blew down due to the excessive vibration. I had the fan out of any mounting point, and when positioned in any other direction it was great, but in an updraft position it would vibrate. I like the fact that with this fan my power supply is quieter and with the fan running off of a motherboard fan header I will know if it fails or stops running before the power supply cooks.READ FULL REVIEW