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Wednesday, 07 August 2013 11:01

Cooler Master V1000 reviewed - Specifications and cables

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: New V series aims at high-end league

V 1000 features one rail design with up to 83A.

spec 1

Model

RS-A00-AFBA-G1

Type

Intel Form Factor ATX 12V V2.31

Dimension (W x L x H)

150 x 170 x 86mm / 5.9 x 6.7 x 3.4 inch

Weight

1.9kg

Input Voltage

90-264Vac (Auto Range)

Input Current

12 - 6A

Input Frequency Range

60 - 50Hz

PFC

Active PFC (>0.9)

Power Good Signal

100-500ms

Hold Up Time

>17ms

Efficiency

90% Typically

MTBF

>100,000 Hours

Protection

Over Voltage Protection (OVP)

Under Voltage Protection (UVP)

Over Power Protection (OPP)

Over Temperature Protection (OTP)

Short Circuit Protection (SCP)

Output Capacity

1000W

Operation Temperature

0~50°C

Regulatory

CE/TUV/TUV-SUDNRTL/FCC/GOST/CCC/BSMI/C-tick/KCC

Fan

Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) 135mm Fan (Protechnic: MGA13512XF-025)

Certifications

80 PLUS Gold

Connector

M/B 1x20+4 Pin Connector, 650 mm
CPU 2x8 Pin (4+4), 725 mm
PCI-e 4x2 (6+2) Pin, 730 mm (640 mm)
SATA 3x3, 680 mm (490/590 mm)
Peripheral 1x2 4-pin-molex, 600 mm (495 mm)
Peripheral 1x2 4-pin-molex + 1x Floppy, 690 mm (470/580 mm)

Warranty

5 years

There are plenty of cables to choose from and they are long enough for even the biggest chassis out there. We appreciated the decision to include 725mm long 12V CPU cables, as they can be on the short side with many PSUs. Many vendors still ship 550m long cables and they don’t offer nearly as much flexibility as we’d like. Most enthusiasts like to keep their rigs tidy and the ability to nicely tuck the cables somewhere where they don’t interfere with other components is always welcome. Our only gripe is the relatively tight spacing of peripheral connectors.

Only the thick ATX cable is wrapped in a non-transparent mesh, while all the others are flat. The cables feel sturdy, but they are flexible enough to handle with ease.

spec 2

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