Date: April 19th, 2010
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Cooler Master
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PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH
The case is finished in a semi-gloss black paint with an attractive blue labeling sticker. The power cord utilizes 18 ga. wire, more than adequate to feed power to the GX 750W. The manual is very basic, but there is more detailed information available on the Cooler Master website.
As you can see, this is no modular PSU. There are a lot of cables and connectors here! The cables are secured with a couple of zip-ties as they enter the PSU housing, but no grommet is provided. The black mesh sleeving does continue all the way into the case, though.
A single 60A +12 rail, support for the latest multi-GPU solutions (along with plenty of other connectors,) but cable lengths aren't overly generous, making this a good choice for a mid-tower or smaller case. The latest multi GPU solutions are supported with four 6+2 PCIe connectors, and the 4+4 CPU power cable supports both 4- and 8-pin motherboards.
The label yields a surprising amount of information, but the UL number shows Cooler Master as the manufacturer. I suppose this is possible, I'm virtually certain that it was made for them by a subcontractor. This is a very common practice and not underhanded in the least.