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    Default Cooler Master Announces New V Series Power Supplies

    Cooler Master, a leading manufacturer of desktop components and peripherals, today announced the availability of V Series power supplies, the most stable and efficient power supply unit in its class thanks to exclusive 3D circuit design and Silencio FP technology. The V series has fully modular flat cables with energy-saving 80PLUS Gold/Platinum ratings all delivered in a compact design smaller than most Power Supply Units (PSUs) in its class. The V series family is available in V550, V650, V750, V850, V1000 and V1200 watt variants perfect for gamers, enthusiasts and even system builders.

    The 3D circuit design does away with unnecessary cables and uses full module boards for cross connection resulting in lower crosstalk and signal noise. This ensures a better power output which also boosts efficiency whereas other PSUs lose efficiency due to cable signal loss. The 3D circuit design also improves heat dissipation in a compact design as there is little heat generated in comparison to traditional cable based designs. Excessive ripple or noise can damage components such as capacitors and cause system degradation. This exclusive design ensures the PSU performs at its best and has minimal interference without signal loss.




    With the implementation of the high-performance Silencio FP fan by Cooler Master, the PSU operates quietly yet efficiently lowering fan RPM by up to 35 % even under 100 % load. 100% Japanese 105C high quality capacitors ensure an extended lifetime delivering excellent performance. Clean, stable voltages lead to less stress on valuable components extending the computer system's life and reducing instability while gaming or working. The V series come with fully modular flat ribbon cables for easy cable routing using only the cables one needs allowing users to have neater-looking installations and better case airflow.

    LLC, DC to DC topology is a technology designed to provide flat, constant output voltage thereby stabilizing the varying voltage. The V series also have received the industry standard 80PLUS Gold and Platinum ratings, a test that compares the quality and efficiency of power supplies in the market. The Gold and Platinum Guarantee rated models come with a 5-year warranty and the V 1200 Platinum comes with a 7-year warranty by Cooler Master.

    Pricing & Availability
    The V series PSU is expected to be available at local retailers in Europe from September 17th, 2015 for a suggested retail price:


    http://www.techpowerup.com/216086/co...-supplies.html

    More on the Cooler Master site: http://www.coolermaster.com/product/...iast-v-series/

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    So, it looks like the V Semi Modular, but fully modular

    and with a different fan
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    Yeah, they didn't even give the 650W version four PEG connectors this time. Now it's useless for more then 90% of the people who need a 650W PSU.

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    Seasonic will keep making them, or Enhace takes the lead at the V series?

    EDIT: Never mind, i got my answer already
    This is an Enhance OEM design, a company Cooler Master have a long standing relationship with – even if they like to keep it quiet. Their previous, high capacity V series power supplies were actually Seasonic KM3 modified designs
    ( http://www.kitguru.net/components/po...-psu-review/4/ )
    Seasonic is losing clients i think!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sith'ari View Post
    Seasonic will keep making them, or Enhace takes the lead at the V series?
    Enhance made the Semi-modular ones as well....I am pretty sure they are exactly the same as far as the power components go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sith'ari View Post
    Seasonic is loosing clients i think!!
    Losing them, even.

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    WTF @ fan RPM for 750W one?

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    Low intake temperature en really low fan speed at 100% load indeed. Next week I'm gonna test it for you.

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    I am also waiting a couple of them but quite some time will pass till their reviews are up, because I am away from homebase this period.

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