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Corsair - VS 450 W ATX Power Supply

( 3.8 Average / 13 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Corsair

Model

VS450

Part #

CP-9020049-WW
(or) CMPSU-VS450
(or) CP-9020049 AU
(or) CP-9020096-EU

Type

ATX12V / EPS12V

Wattage

450 W

Modular

No

PCI-Express 6+2-Pin Connectors

2

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Reviews

mcmattila 23 points 41 months ago
from completed build Living Room PC

I know the VS series has got some flack, but it was the cheapest quality PSU that I could get new. It has plenty of power for this build, runs quiet and had connectors for everything I needed. The only problem I had with it was some rattling noise from the fan in the first couple of days, but it seems to have stopped, hopefully for good.

KeanuVH1 6 points 38 months ago
from completed build My first PC Build

Loud fan, decent looks, enough connectors for budget builds.

ogag003 12 points 28 months ago

Well-known brand, enough power for the GPU. Its non-modular but if you got some effort in managing the cables, it will be fine for any case.

sajalshres 11 points 25 months ago

Its a entry level power supply. Works good so far, but I'm planning to change to Corsair CX 550w or something.

chinamanch 7 points 25 months ago
from completed build Family Home PC

A PSU that is well suited for middle spec rigs and cheap.

chinamanch 24 points 24 months ago
from completed build The Car Battery :)

Very good budget PSU and it can handle slight OC. looks good and has enough power cables to go around and very lite.

chinamanch 9 points 24 months ago
from completed build My personal rig B4

A very capable PSU for mid power rigs. can also handle slightly OC CPU and its lite.

LAWISON 21 points 21 months ago

My power supply was a hard choice. I wanted something cheap, but not something cheap - if you know what I mean? Whilst I could have gone for something at £20, I also didn't want my computer bursting into flames, any of the components getting sick killed, or just power failures in general. Thats why I ended up going with Corsairs VS450. It's cheap, it's mostly reliable, and if anything goes wrong it has an actual warranty. For the first 2 weeks I had an issue with the fan making a horrific noise because it was hitting the metal edges of the PSU shroud. I whacked it pretty hard on the top and haven't had the issue since (and yes the fan still works!).

KevinMoondust 13 points 20 months ago

Excellent PSU for the money. Has a good CWT platform, is underrated as it is a 500W unit, and has no lacklustre components like the ill-fated CX430. The two PCI-E 6+2s are a welcome addition at this price range. Definite buy if you're into a low-end to mid-range build and not into overclocking except maybe bumping up the Mhz on the GPU.

AmirKim 8 points 14 months ago
from completed build My 1080p build

I had to buy cable extension because the cables is quite short. I use my washer drain pipe to cover the cables.