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Cooler Master GX 450 Power Supply Review

This PSU is not a modular design so all the cables are tied up and fed directly into the chassis.

The unit is finished in a plan dark finish with the name of the product on the side in the same graffiti typeface as the box. There is a single large 120mm fan at the top.

DC Output Rating
Voltage +3.3V +5V +12V -12V +5Vsb
Current (A) 24A 15A 35A 0.3A 2.5A
Ripple (mV) 50 50 120 120 50
Total Power 120W 420W 3.6W 12.5W
450W

Considering the modest power output, the GX450 can deliver a high level of current to the single 12V rail.

Cable Amount Length
MB 20+4 pin x1 500mm
CPU 4+4 pin x1 600mm
PCI e 6 pin x 1 x1 500mm
Sata power connectors x3 500mm + 600mm + 700mm
Sata power connectors x2 500mm + 600mm
Peripheral 4 pin (molex) x3 500mm + 600mm
+ 700 mm
Floppy connector x1 800mm

There is only one PCIe 6 pin power connector which means if you want to use higher end graphics cards then power adapters will need to be used.

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