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No surprises, been known for a while L8 are very quiet PSUs and well-enough performing (keeping group regulation in mind).

But when it comes to drawbacks, I'd add short cables (my 530W sample's ATX12V connector was only 45 cm long)
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No surprises, been known for a while L8 are very quiet PSUs and well-enough performing (keeping group regulation in mind).

But when it comes to drawbacks, I'd add short cables (my 530W sample's ATX12V connector was only 45 cm long)
For the 430w unit, I don't see it as too much of an issue.

The Capstone 450 / 450M are the same. They have ~45-50CM cables for the 24pin, 8pin, & PCIe connectors.

In a case like the NZXT Source 210 (or ones built on the same frame) the cable lengths do not become an issue.
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