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    Default New Cooler Master UCP series

    Cooler Master is preparing new series of high-end PSUs, called Ultimate Circuit Protection (UCP).Efficiency ~88%,Quad SLI and CrossFireX support, first 3 models will be 700W, 900W and 1100W, 5 year warranty.900W and 1100W models are Intel Skulltrail certified, with 6x6 pin and 3x8 pin PCI-E and 2x4+4 pin CPU connectors.700W model has 4x6 pin and 2x8 pin PCI-E and 1x4+4pin CPU connectors.All models will have 120mm fan.1100 W model will cost around 350$.




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    Only a 120mm fan? Why not a 135mm? The added size would help it to be more quiet and have better airflow I would think.
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    What internals will they have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrWicked1968 View Post
    What internals will they have?
    I don't know, this news is taken from serbian site benchmark.co.yu, and they got it exclusively from Cooler Master.

    http://www.benchmark.co.yu/modules.p...icle&sid=15477

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    Yeah.. I'll wait on this one. Specs look "as they should be" for the wattages stated. The housing is pretty, but so is Raidmax's housings.

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    Pretty? Pretty fugly...

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    meh... at the very least you have to admit it's unique.

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    Didn't Ultra patent the 135mm and 140mm fans?

    As for the "greater than 88%" efficiency....that is a pretty tall claim but more power to them if they actually achieve it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKYMTL View Post
    Didn't Ultra patent the 135mm and 140mm fans?

    As for the "greater than 88%" efficiency....that is a pretty tall claim but more power to them if they actually achieve it.
    Right.. like the claim that the eXtreme Power 600W can actually do 600W? I'll wait and see.....

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    looks like it might use a NEMA 6-15 connector

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