Cooler Master 650W Real Power Pro Review
Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 27 June 2007 21:13
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Techware Labs give us the low-down on this PSU:

Those with SLI rigs or even those with a modestly built PC often have a need for more power for their machine. We took the Cooler Master 650W Real Power Pro and put it to the test in a machine designed to torture a PSU with current draw. Does this power supply pass the test and survive? Read our review to find out.

Read the full review at Techware Labs :

Features:

(from coolermaster.com)

  1. Eco-design for energy and money saving by Active PFC. (>0.99) / High Efficiency (>80%)
  2. Ultra-silent operation with intelligent 120mm fan speed controller makes superb heat dissipation at low noise (17 dBA)
  3. Compliance with the newest Intel standard ATX 12V V 2.2
  4. Compliance with the newest SSI standard EPS 12V V2.91
  5. PCI-e connector with bead core protection to minimize EMI for reducing noises.
  6. Worry-free Power Failure Detector will light up when Over-Voltage, Under-Voltage, Over-Temperature, Over-Current, Over-Loading, and Short circuit occur.
  7. Three Year Warranty
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