Corsair 450W VX Series PSU

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Part: CMPSU-450VXUK, 5YR Warranty

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Quickcode: 28332  
Stock code: POW-CMPSU-450VXUK
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Description:

Extending Corsair’s legendary reputation in performance and quality, the new Corsair VX family of power supplies features the industry’s most efficient power management and ultra-quiet design for mainstream users. Unlike most power supplies in the market, the Corsair VX incorporates a single +12V power rail that delivers continuous power under heavy loads. This conservative design ensures reliable operation in today’s most demanding system configurations and adds compatibility for future platforms. The unique combination of rock solid performance and incredible value puts the Corsair VX family of power supplies in a class of its own. Ideal for home theater PCs and ENERGY STAR PCs, the VX line maximizes energy savings and minimum noise generation thanks to double-forward switching circuitry design. Each Corsair VX power supply is backed with an industry-leading 5-year warranty and 24/7 on-demand customer service.

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer corsair
Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
Manufacturer Website http://www.corsair.com
Manufacturer Email support@corsair.com
Warranty Period (yrs) 5

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Question  Question by adz

Hi, could you tell me if this PSU would be powerful enough to run a Radeon X1900? I've been having trouble with mine getting the power led coming up on an antec 500W psu and was told it was due to the amps on the 12v. Was wondering if this would be able to run the card and just a dvd drive as well?

Answer by robinm on Friday, January 23, 2009
This should be fine