These power supplies feature dedicated output circuitry for each voltage so that each output delivers maximum power whenever you need it. To make sure these voltages stay accurate, TruePower also includes voltage feedback circuitry to improve system stability. New Low Noise Technology, system noise is substantially reduced, too. The power supply fans run at the lowest speed appropriate to load and conditions, controlled by an advanced temperature response system that outperforms previous solutions.
Power Rating: 430 W
Power Supply Type: ATX12V Power Supply
Product Title: Antec 430 Watt ATX12V Power Supply
Power Score: 4.4 | 6 Reviews
Class: Power Equipment
Category: General Power Supplies
Power Rating: 430 W
Product Type: ATX12V Power Supply
Number of Fans: 2
MTBF: 80000 Hour
Height: 3.4 in
Width: 5.5 in
Depth: 5.9 in
Dimensions: 3.40" Height x 5.50" Width x 5.90" Depth
Weight: 5 lbs
Warranty Information: 3 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
Frequency Band: Input Surge Current: < 60A @ 115VAC P. G. Signal: 100-500ms Leakage Current: < 3.5mA @ 115VAC Over Voltage Protection recycle AC to reset: +5V trip point < +6.5V +3.3V trip point < +4.1V +12V trip point < +14.4V Non-Operating Vibration: Operating: 10-300 Hz, 0.5G, 3 axes, 1 hr. ea. axis Non-operating: 10-300 Hz, 2.0G, 3 axes, 1 hr. ea. axis Transient Response: +5V,+12V and 3.3V outputs return to within 3% in less than 1ms for 20% load change +5V, +3.3V & +12V maximum output 410 Watts
Holdup Time: 17 ms
Output Voltage: -12 V DC
Altitude: 0 ft to 10000 ft Operating
Input Current: 9 A @110 V AC/5 A @220 V AC
Temperature: 50F (10C) to 122F (50C) Operating
Brand Name: Antec
Product Line: TruePower
Front Camera: Antec
Product Reviews (6)
To be fair, I think highly of...
Strengths: Quiet. Works great initially.
Weakness: Failed after a year.
To be fair, I think highly of Antec in general, and this is likely a bad break for me to get one defective powersupply out of many perfectly working ones. But still, I'd like to let people know such things do happen. I bought the 430W PS to replace the 350W (SL350) that came with my Antec case. It worked fine for a year and then all of a sudden I get scrambled video signal. I thought at first it...
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To be fair, I think highly of Antec in general, and this is likely a bad break for me to get one defective powersupply out of many perfectly working ones.
But still, I'd like to let people know such things do happen. I bought the 430W PS to replace the 350W (SL350) that came with my Antec case. It worked fine for a year and then all of a sudden I get scrambled video signal. I thought at first it was a fried video card and figured it was time to upgrade anyway. But after plugging in the new card, the harddrive wouldn't powerup (POST would stall on IDE detection) -- spinning sound then "click", a classic symptom of insufficient power. Luckily I kept my old 350W around and after replacing the power supply, everything worked fine (even with the old video card).
To think, a 430 True Power got beat by a 350 Solution series (a lower end Antec). I've decided to keep this SL350 until further notice (from my computer).
By weakunix - Apr 11, 2005
I acquired this PSU to help solve...
Strengths: Quiet, Solid Construction, Dual Fans, SATA Connectors, Wrapped ATX Bundle for Better Air-flow, Antec Built!
I acquired this PSU to help solve crashing problems that I thought were because of a generic Mobo. It turns out the Power Supply is what was failing. This unit fixed the problem and runs quieter than my 'other' PSU. Good job and thanks to Antec for a great product. Would recommend to anyone. I bought one for my mother too!
By civilkaos - Mar 5, 2004
Rock solid power supply. Replaced...
Strengths: Rock solid power supply.
Weakness: Weight? Ha, just kidding. It's only a few pounds. Yes it is heavy but, a quality Power Supply should be. Some corners you just cannot cut.
Rock solid power supply. Replaced an Enermax 330W, which still works great too, with this Antec 430W. I am getting ready to add some new system parts. I ordered this Power Supply early to load test it. This is one outstanding part. It handles my current system with ease. It provides stable power and has plenty of headroom for all of the parts I'll be picking up in the near future.
By LinksMaster - Jun 28, 2003
When building a system, the PSU is...
Strengths: Has excellent ampere ratings on all voltage rails and does not have a +3.3v/+5v share-rail, rail sharing is not good. This PSU allows two case fans to be temp controlled also. Wire harness is meshed.
Weakness: Only weakness was the $100 pricetag, bought locally. If you can find it on the net for under $70 w/shipping+tax, that would be ideal. I needed the instant gratification.
When building a system, the PSU is much more important than people think. Even as a replacement PSU for an unstable system, this one earns high marks. A stubborn sound-crackling that I've had for a long time has disappeared upon installing this PSU. Goes to show: a good PSU is the foundation upon which a good system is built. Do not get stingy where power quality is concerned.
By x51out - Dec 14, 2002
I bought this PSU and I think it...
Strengths: Everything, 2 Double ball bearing Fans, really quite, highy reliable power output
Weakness: None, Maybe the price tag (nope just kidding)
I bought this PSU and I think it is one of the wisest decision that I have made. I bought this PSU to replace a generic 400W PSU. It is amazingly quiet, I use the FAN ONLY Connectors for my case Fans I hardly hear anything from the Case. I also studied the voltage outputs for some days and find that ANTEC stand by their word when they say that the voltage ripple is less than 5 percent. I think...
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I bought this PSU and I think it is one of the wisest decision that I have made. I bought this PSU to replace a generic 400W PSU. It is amazingly quiet, I use the FAN ONLY Connectors for my case Fans I hardly hear anything from the Case. I also studied the voltage outputs for some days and find that ANTEC stand by their word when they say that the voltage ripple is less than 5 percent. I think anyone wishing to build a stable system should invest in this product as PSU is a very essential component of any PC. A wise investment on the PSU could very well save a hundred bucks on components which fail due to cheap power supply.
By rajiv_kul2002 - Jun 20, 2004