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Raidmax Hybrid 730W ATX12V/ EPS12V Power Supply RX-730SS

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  • 730 watts total output
  • A huge 135mm blue LED fan
  • Power Material: Stained Black SECC Steel
  • Komodo smart modular cabling system
  • 6 x ATX 4 pin molex connectors; 4 x SATA connectors; 2 x 4 pin floppy connectors
  • Hexflo honey comb cutouts for maximum airflow
  • High grade black mesh wrapped cabling; Durable black satin finish
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Raidmax
  • Model Number: RX-730SS

Product Description

Raidmax Hybrid RX-730SS 730W ATX12V/ EPS12V Power Supply

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6.2 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches
Item Weight 4.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B0055EIIXW
Item model number RX-730SS
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3.9 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #923 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Power Supplies
Date first available at Amazon.com April 8, 2011

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It works, was packed well, most affordable option I have found in the 700+ range w/"modular" cabling. They are not what you think of as modular...there is the permanent Mobo connectors (20+4 and a 4+4) but the other cables dont plug into the chassis like a modular supply normally does. There is a second cabling bundle permanently attached approximately 3 inches long coming out of the back, with sockets attached for the cables. Think of plugging into extension cords, instead of wall socket... It works just fine, and looks just fine, but wasnt what i was expecting. The cable connectors actually seem more secure than on my Ultra (true) modular supply so it isnt necessarily a bad thing. I have not checked the voltage measurements on each output so I cannot comment on the accuracy. The nylon mesh braiding on the cables looks ok, not as nice as coated reflective cabling but it looks about the same as the other brands that use the same style. The PCIE cables have 2 connectors per cable, so if you have a single plug card you will have an extra dongle but if your card requires 2 plugs, you only need a single cable, that was nice. Running a Biostar A870u3 (I think thats the model) board, AMD X2 b555 cpu unlocked to 4 core and OC'd from 3.2 to 3.7, 16G G.Skills Ripjaws 1600 DDR3, and an XFX 2gb 6870 video card. WD 1TB HDD w/64mb buffer. Never hiccups. I would recommend this based on price vs modular options, but urge potential buyers to realize what the cabling system actually consists of. I think it looks fine in my clear side case, but others might be more picky. I, however, am happy.
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Purchased this PSU on October 15, 2012 for my first build. The PSU looked sturdy and the cables were easy to work with. After connrecting everything the computer worked great for about 2 weeks until it started shutting itself down repeatedly. I suspected the PSU was the problem because I could not get the computer to turn back on without first unplugging the AC cord for about 20 seconds and then plugging it back in.
I sent the Raidmax PSU back to Amazon for a refund and got an Antec 620W modular unit that cost $20 more than the Raidmax Antec High Current Gamer HCG-620M, 80 PLUS BRONZE, 620 Watt Modular Power Supply. After connecting the Antec my computer is running great again and the Antec is much quiter as well. This will be the first and the last time I try to save money by buying an off-brand PSU. I'm just glad I bought this from Amazon so I did't have headaches over returning it.

Pros:
Looks Sturdy
Includes a light
Cables easy to work with
Low price for the wattage

Cons:
Very noisy
Died after 2 weeks of use
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I know there are a lot of bad reviews on this product, mainly stating it is a re-badged 500 watt no name supply. I disagree. We use it to power a Dual Xeon X5150 server with 6 300 GB Ultra320 SCSI Hard Drives, and when I check the power levels, even with a multi-meter, they are fine. Just to run the processors, a 500 watt supply is a minimum, and then 6 SCSI hard drives... This is a performer. Granted, a blue light is not really a requirement for a server, but it looks nice in its modified full tower case, and there's a button to turn it off.

Hybrid simply means the motherboard power cord is NOT modular. There are plenty of extra cables for SATA and 6 and 8 pin video card connectors. The EPS12V connector is a 4+4, and worked fine for our needs. If you need a second EPS12V connector, simply buy it separate and connect it to a molex connector like we did. The main 20+4 connector was plenty long enough to reach from a bottom mount PSU to the top of a EEB (basically an E-ATX) motherboard and had enough slack to feel safe.

I will be buying a few more, as we recently got awarded a contract and need to build 17 more servers.
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Not worth the money. Out of a total of 8 power supplies, 3 melted down, and 1 died. That is a 50% failure rate. On a watt meter these units pull more power and amps than needed. You are better off spending a few more bucks and getting a 80+ certified power supply or ANY other type of power supply.

I buy a LOT of power supplies, and this has to be one of the worst brand/model I have ever experienced.
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PROS
~Great price for what you get
~Sturdy build quality
~Bright blue large LED light that can be turned off or on with a button on the back
~Large fan to keep it as cool as possible
~730 Watts to power all of my components flawlessly
~Comes with plenty of cables and hook ups for all your needs
~Somewhat modular (more on that below).

CONS
~It is not fully modular. It has a fixed thick, short bundle of cables on the back of the unit that you plug your "modular" cables into. Think of it like plugging a power cord into an extension cord. However, these connections, once made, are solid and wont unplug easily. It was quite easy for me to still have good cable management inside my case despite all of this. Almost as good as fully modular.

I'm extremely happy with my purchase.
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Update: I have a pretty strong reason to suspect that this was not a faulty power supply but a hardware defect in another part of my system. I don't know how it would've performed under normal circumstances so I'm changing my rating from 1 star to 4 stars so as to not further damage Raidmax's reputation.

The PC that the RX-730SS was installed in (home theater PC):

AMD Phenom II X4 955
2 x 4GB Corsair DDR3 1600
Gigabyte GA-970-D3P
90GB OCZ SSD
2TB SATA3 7200RPM
3TB SATA3 7200RPM
4TB SATA3 5900RPM
Blu-ray Reader/Writer
AMD Radeon HD6570 1GB
Hauppauge 1250 TV Tuner
2 x 80mm fans
1 x 120mm fan

My previous power supply (the Raidmax RX-530SS) died after a year and a half of service so I thought maybe 530W was just a little too low so I got the RX-730SS and the computer powered back up with no problems. Well, I came home from work the next day and this new power supply had also died. At this point, I'm not 100% sure if its the power supply's fault or some problem with my system but I'm leaning toward the power supply. I don't overclock or do anything that would extraordinarily strain the system and I have decent ventilation and its winter so my house was between 59°F and 70°F. I will be returning this and trying a different brand of power supply. If it also dies quickly then I'll know that something is up with my system and I will change my rating here and give an update.
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