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Cooler Master Unveils the Silent Pro M Series Power Supply Units

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    Cooler Master today announced a new range of power supplies dubbed Silent Pro M. Here are some of the features you can expect to see in the new powerful single rail Silent Pro M PSUs:
    • single rail 12V rail (up to 50A)
    • Modularized cable design to eliminate clutter and improve airflow inside the chassis
    • Two 6+2 pin PCI-e connectors for multiple graphic card set up
    • Energy efficient design that meats 80 Plus requirements
    • Compliant with Intel standard Intel ATX12V V2.3 & SSI EPS 12V V2.91
    • Green power design that meets energy star, blue angel requirements
    • Super silent operation with intelligent 135mm fan speed control
    • Copper + aluminum heat sink design which results in more efficient heat transfer and dissipation.
    • Flat cable design for easier cable arrangement
    • Japanese-made capacitors
    • Unique silicon pad provided with the PSU's package
    The Cooler Master Silent Pro M PSUs will be offered in 500W, 600W and 700W models soon. Visit Cooler Master for more information.

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    Wow thats what makes me want one :D what is that anyway :confused:
     
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    maybe a sound buffer? no idea. lol.
     
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    A rubber gasket to prevent vibrations from transferring to your case, and causing noise.
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    Cheers :D I thought it was somethingin the packaging to prevent it being damaged or whatnot :laugh:
     
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    Gheeez...less than 16 dB...now that is quite a claim. Someone needs to verify this, but if it's true, it might just be the most quiet active PSU yet.
     
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    w1zzard! come test this please!
     
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    Cooler Master is getting really serious with their PSUs now. I do have one con, Id like to see them include 2 6 pin that they have with 2 8 pin connectors to boot. Or 4 6 pin connectors with 2 2 pin connectors to make it an 8 pin connector. Im not fond of taking Molex and turning them into 6 or 8 pin connectors which looks tacky, takes up space, and impede air flow minorly.
     
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    Wooah! :D It meats the 80 plus req? :D That really got me laughin' :D Haha thanks! :D
     
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    Any idea on cost? They're probably the cheapest 500w's you can get here (not including Hyena and TASK). Would be nice to get a modular PSU for a bit more :D
     

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