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Cooler Master launches the Silent Pro M2 PSU series

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Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer, is proud to announce the successor to the popular Silent Pro M, the Silent Pro M2 Series. Improvements have been made to each aspect of the Silent Pro M2 power supply to ensure that it meets the broad needs of both mainstream and enthusiast users alike.

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Built for quality and performance, the Silent Pro M2 Series utilizes a single powerful 12V rail that boasts a significant increase in available amperage per power supply model over its predecessors. This increased power extends to 80A on the 1000 W model. A new 3.3v DC-to-DC board increases overall energy efficiency. Utilizing newer high quality capacitors results in vastly improved hold up times of >23 ms on the 1000 W model. With this, Silent Pro M2 Series can handle peak loads better than ever before by delivering power with minimal interruptions. Its new specifications include RoHS and ERP 2010 Certification for a more eco-friendly design and power efficiency.

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Silent Pro M II 420 W - Seventeam
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Silent Pro M II 620 W - Seventeam
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Expensive low range for 80+ bronze, why anyone would pay that compared to a Corsair or Antec I don't know. Never rated CM PSU either, they could have gone for gold or platinum for the higher end models, meh :shadedshu
 
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I have currently CM SILENT PRO M500, 500W. When I bought it 2 years ago it cost me 65 euros brand new and it kicked butt for this money. Silent, fancy package, 2 silicon strips, 5 year warranty, semi-modular, flat cables. Pretty good if you ask me. I agree Corsair are very cool as well, but is comes down to availability in each country, as well.
 
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the Silent Pro M2 Series utilizes a single powerful 12V rail that boasts a significant increase in available amperage per power supply model over its predecessors. This increased power extends to 80A on the 1000 W
i have the first revision (CM Silent Pro M1000W) and that also has a 80A 12v rail so how is this an increase ? , or am i missing something here ?