Thursday, September 10th 2009

Cooler Master Intros Silent Pro M 850W and 1000W PSUs

Cooler Master expanded its Silent Pro M lineup of power supply units (PSUs) with modular cabling. Coming in 850W and 1000W models, the two form the premium high-wattage offerings. Both measure 150 (W) x 86 (H) x 165 (L) mm and have rugged steel casings with rubber noise-dampening sleeves on either sides. Cable modularity is limited to the six PCI-Express power connectors (6+2 pin) and peripheral connectors that include Molex, floppy and SATA power.

Both models feature a single +12V rail design, with a 66A rail for the 850W model, and 80A rail for the 1000W one. The unit is cooled by a 135 mm temperature-controlled silent fan. They are ATX 12V V 2.3 and EPS 12V V2.92 standards compliant, and boast of 80 Plus Bronze efficiency rating. Featuring MTBF of 100,000 hours and backed by 5-year warranties, the two will hit stores soon.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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15 Comments on Cooler Master Intros Silent Pro M 850W and 1000W PSUs

#1
F2K
SilentPro Series :rockout:

Excellent PSU's and the silent part is not Marketing/PR BS - they really are silent :D
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#2
Lu(ky
I bought the Cooler Master Silent Pro 600W PSU for my HTPC build and it is running smooth and quiet. Specs on HTPC build below..

Intel E8400
DFI P45 Micro
XFX 4850
OCZ DDR2 1150MHz
WD 1 Tera HD
OCZ 30GB Vertex
LG BluRay player
Lian Li PC-V351
Water Cooled CPU, N/B, and GPU
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Fitseries3
Eleet Hardware Junkie
i've been testing one of these for coolermaster for 2 months now.

they are great.

totally silent at all times.

great quality too.

dont hesitate to get one of these.







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#4
Zubasa
by: Fitseries3
i've been testing one of these for coolermaster for 2 months now.

they are great.

totally silent at all times.

great quality too.

dont hesitate to get one of these.
Fits, any idea on who actually built these PSUs? :D
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#5
F2K
by: Zubasa
Fits, any idea on who actually built these PSUs? :D
Mady by Enhance if I am not mistaken.
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#6
Zubasa
by: F2K
Mady by Enhance if I am not mistaken.
This is the thing about Cooler Master, they are made by different OEMs...
I believe the Real Power stuff are made by Acbel and I might as well get one from them. :p

I find out who make these and I can get them strait from the OEM which is usually cheaper.
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#7
A Cheese Danish
Wow! That looks like a killer psu
by: Fitseries3
i've been testing one of these for coolermaster for 2 months now.

they are great.

totally silent at all times.

great quality too.

dont hesitate to get one of these.
OMG! Flat cables?! Wow, I'm definitely sold on getting one :p
I personally think those flat cables would easier to manage than round ones
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#8
h3llb3nd4
by: A Cheese Danish
Wow! That looks like a killer psu


OMG! Flat cables?! Wow, I'm definitely sold on getting one :p
I personally think those flat cables would easier to manage than round ones
indeed, it's the first time I've seen one
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#9
gvblake22
by: h3llb3nd4
indeed, it's the first time I've seen one
Flat cables are nothing new. Ultra, Corsair and Seasonic have had models with this "feature" for quite some time.
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#10
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
are they 80 plus certified?
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#11
gvblake22
by: Easy Rhino
are they 80 plus certified?
Yes, 80 Plus Bronze certified. Reading the whole article usually yields a lot of good, useful information. When in doubt, visit the manufacturer product page.:toast:
by: TechPowerUp
They are ATX 12V V 2.3 and EPS 12V V2.92 standards compliant, and boast of 80 Plus Bronze efficiency rating.
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Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
by: gvblake22
Yes, 80 Plus Bronze certified. Reading the whole article usually yields a lot of good, useful information. When in doubt, visit the manufacturer product page.:toast:
woops must have missed that bit.
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#14
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I was sure these were 80plus silver or gold in the articles of magazines IVe been reading.....hmm
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#15
Fitseries3
Eleet Hardware Junkie
oh yeah...

POWERFUL


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