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    Default Cooler Master V750 Semi-Modular review @ TechPowerUp

    Within the last year, Cooler Master has completely turned the tide with their PSU products as they now not only meet the competition eye-to-eye, but also achieve very high price/performance ratios. Their topnotch V-series heralded in the change, and CM is now obviously taking advantage of the line's success by incorporating the "V" into nearly all their model numbers. The VS series was released last year and CM says it to have been the first to use an innovative 3D circuit that boosts performance. This 3D circuit wasn't at all what we expected in terms of design, but the VS units we tested performed incredibly well and registered amazing efficiency that can only be desribed as truly spectacular in the low-loads region.

    The newest addition to the VSM series is a 750 W model with 80 Plus Gold efficiency, a semi-modular cabling design, and nothing but Japanese capacitors for increased reliability. This unit’s other specifications include its compact dimensions and compatibility with EU's new No 617/2013 regulation, which is valid as of the 1st of July, 2014 and demands for up to 92% efficiency with 230 VAC input and a power factor of more than 0.9. The VSM750 also supports Crossfire and SLI configurations with high-end cards because of its four PCIe connectors and strong +12V rail. The VSM750 is already available in the US, but it has only recently become available in the EU, although for a good price given its features.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/CoolerMaster/VSM750/

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    Thanks to the table of the internal parts, Crmaris!

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    Just wanted to say the same - that parts list table is genius, love it!
    Thanks for the review

    The unit performs well and is built using quality parts, but is indeed a bit pricey for what it is. Some sales and MIRs could help, though.
    I also have to disagree with that "bridge should be beefier" remark. That LiteOn IBR is nigh indestructible, and I can bet that with proper cooling it could easily churn out 12A all day long.
    Careful what you wish for... You just might get it.

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    Hey crmaris, thanks for the review!

    Just a heads up, you should use µF or uF for capacitor values instead of mF. It could be confusing (although most should understand from context). A 560 milifarad cap would be pretty huge!

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    i used μF but as it seems the proof editor changed it (or had it wrong before that)

    Thanks for the good words on the table. From now on it will be permanent in every review
    Last edited by crmaris; 08-08-2014 at 02:02 PM.

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