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Thursday, 10 September 2009 16:06

Cooler Master shows its new Silent Pro M PSUs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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850W and 1000W models

Cooler Master has added two new models to its Silent Pro M line of modular power supplies, the M850 and M1000. These two have a power output of 850 and 1000 Watts, and feature a single 12V rail.

Both of these power supplies feature ATX 12V V2.3 and EPS 12V V2.92 support and have an 80Plus Bronze certification which means that they have a efficiency of 85 percent.

The M850 model has a 12V rail that provides up to 66 Amps of power while the M1000 gives out 80 Amps. Both power supplies have a 135mm silent fan to keep the components inside nice and cool. The Silent Pro M series comes with a rubber frame, or as they call it a "silicon anti-vibration pad", in order to keep the vibrations at a minimum in order to make it nice and silent.

Both of the models feature six PCI-Express 6+2-pin, nine SATA, six 4-pin peripheral and one 4-pin floppy connector. The only difference between these two models, except for the obvious power related fact, is that the M1000 has a adapter that splits one of those six PCI-Express 6+2-pin connectors into two.

Both of these models are backed by five years of warranty, and are expected to hit retail/e-tail pretty soon.

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