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Antec Basiq VP350 350W Power Supply ATX12V V2.3 Dual +12V Rail 120MM Fan

Antec Basiq VP350 350W Power Supply ATX12V V2.3 Dual +12V Rail 120MM Fan (Antec: VP350)
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Antec Basiq VP350 350W Power Supply ATX12V V2.3 Dual +12V Rail 120MM Fan
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Rating: 8.91/10
With 11 User Reviews
Gorisan@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/30/12
Cons: none

Pros: Sturdy unit, more then enough connectors for me.$24.99 for a historically solid and Reliable Manufacturer.
Comment:
Install was easy, this was paired with an older LGA1156 mobo; i3 550 CPU, 1 hard drive. 1 Optical. 3 fansNo Problems, All cables reached in a mid tower case.I am using it for a power class that it is designed for.
Al_D@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/15/12
Cons: Not modular as expected.

Pros: Good quality PSU.Silent.
Comment:
Bought this power supply for a FreeNAS server. It does the job done perfectly. Cables are long enough for the CoolerMaster Elite 343. A modular PSU would be even better but this one is just perfect for the price.
Jonathan_L@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/13/12
Cons: None yet

Pros: -A good 'basiq' 350W power supply. hee hee-Don't have to get frAntec looking for a minimalist power supply. hee hee
Comment:
350W of no bells and whistles clean power for your non-power hungry machine.
thomas_p@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/05/12
Cons: Not for high power hungry video cards or CPUs. But it is good enough to OC my phenom II to 3.3Ghz :P

Pros: Nice little PSU. I was surprised it can power my system (phenom II 955, radeon 7750, 1T HDD, 8GB RAM, CD drive, and a LED fan :P).
Comment:
Very good PSU. Recommended for entry level builds but Im not sure if this will power a radeon 6670... I may be wrong.
Wizzo@NCIX
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Review Date: 07/21/12
Cons: None (for my use)

Pros: Inexpensive, works, nice 120mm fan.
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Used this in a basic PC build. Was pleasantly surprised to see this had enough power for an XFX Nvidia GeForce 9600 GSO 512MB DDR3 (which listed a minimum of 400w, but no direct hookup to PSU). This was more than up to the task of running. Solid PSU.
HoneyVonMouse@NCIX
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Review Date: 05/29/12
Cons: For the price - none.

Pros: Good basic power supply.Price.
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A good basic power supply at a good price. Given the price, no real cons.
GrizzlyPc@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/15/12
Cons: - The older ATX12V v2.2 BP430 without 80 PLUS certification that I received had "Ltec" brand capacitors in it; not the best quality brand of electrolytic capacitors but they haven't visibly failed yet and the PSU still runs strong

Pros: - Shorter cables; easier to manage in an ATX mid-tower case- Plain OEM PSU appearance; no silly colors or LED lights- Extremely quiet 80mm exhaust fan; next to silent- Adequate dual 12V rails (17A and 16A)- 430W rating is plentiful for many PCs- Newer BP430 units are ATX12V v2.3 and 80 PLUS certified, with 4+4pin 12V CPU power connector- Cables are shorter; easier to manage (however I find the newer ATX12V v2.3 BP430 units have longer cables)- Can actually power two ATI Radeon HD5770 video cards in CrossFireX (with 4-pin Molex/peripheral to 6-pin PCI-E plug adapter)
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I purchased my first Antec BP430 power supply back in 2010 for my son's Core i5 750 build; it was the older ATX12V v2.2 version not yet 80 PLUS certified. Earlier this year he received another ATI Radeon HD5770 video card from his older sibling and decided to put it in a CrossFireX setup on his MSI H55-G43 motherboard with the HD5770 that he already had. I installed the second HD5770, put the CrossFireX bridge on, and connected a 4-pin peripheral to 6-pin PCI-E plug adapter I had to the BP430 to power that second HD5770. When I booted his PC up after the upgrade, it went on without issues and runs stable, with all voltages stable and well within ATX specification.I used a BP430 power supply (a newer ATX12V v2.3 80 PLUS unit) in a basic AMD FX-8120 office PC build recently, and that worked fine without any issues.If you're looking for a reliable power supply that won't break the break, look no further than the Antec Basiq BP430 power supply
porker@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/12/12
Cons: short cable

Pros: cheapworks
Comment:
I bought it on sale so its good deal for the price. For HTPC build it good enough. I found the cable to the 12v on MB is little short.
yucereal@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/09/12
Cons: None

Pros: Cheap and entry level
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Good basic psu for my friend budget build!
alain_d@NCIX
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Review Date: 11/24/11
Pros: 120mm fanj ai acheter ce power supply pour un remplacement et je suis surpris que pour le prix il est très silencieux et beaucoup de choix de connecteur...excellent produit
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j ai acheter ce power supply pour un remplacement et je suis surpris que pour le prix il est très silencieux et beaucoup de choix de connecteur...excellent produit
Jeremy_T@NCIX
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Review Date: 09/26/11
Cons: none

Pros: Very nice price (when on sale)
Comment:
Was really nice when purchased (great price). Easy to install, came with black screws which matched case color. Cables were long enough for a Regular ATX Mobo. Could use Longer cables for the cpu1 and cpu2 but other than that, everything was fine
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