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BeQuiet! Pure Power L8 430W CM PSU Review

Rating: 8.0.

BeQuiet power supplies have been scoring well this year in our reviews and today we look at the Pure Power L8 430W CM unit. A low cost, power modular design which has achieved 80 Plus Bronze Certification. Is this an ideal option for a high grade media center or general gaming machine?

The BeQuiet! Pure Power L8 430W is a semi modular design. The ‘CM’ stands for ‘Cable Management’, which is a fancy way of saying ‘Modular’. There are some cables hardwired into the unit, so it is not a pure modular design. Right now this unit is available in the United Kingdom for only £52 inc vat, so it won’t break the bank.

Product overview:

  • Exceptionally quiet operation achieved through an array of careful optimizations, including use of a custom-designed, quiet-optimized 120mm Fan
  • 430 Watts of continuous power provide massive power reserves for those times your PC really needs it all
  • Cable management with long cable reach simplifies component installation and reduces annoying clutter, increasing airflow and improving cooling
  • 80PLUS Bronze certification and up to 88% power conversion efficiency let you do more work with the same power and reduce your power bills
  • AMD CrossfireX certification readiness allow you to build powerful Multi-GPU systems with confidence
  • German product conception, design and quality control

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  • Warren

    They make good units, nice price for this one too….

  • Ian

    buying one of these for my missus, as im trying to get her off my pc into her own. low cost is good – makes a change from all the ultra high end stuff you review all the time!

  • Leo

    Thats a sweet deal. I like quiet products. my rig needs an overhaul.

  • Minikoopa

    Would this be okay with a mini-itx build
    3570k 8gb ddr3 and a 5870?