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Date: July 11th, 2007
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Cooler Master
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES




Cooler Master's 750W has some impressive specs. With both ATX V2.2 and EPS V2.91 support, this PSU has support for all current enthusiast motherboards. In my opinion, active PFC is a must for high-watt PSUs these days and the 750W has this feature, along with an efficiency rating of over 80%. This will not only assure your components are happy with the power delivered to them, it will save you a few bucks on your power bill as well. The specs I like best here are the output capacity numbers. While many PSU vendors would sell this PSU as a 900 Watt unit, Cooler Master keeps it real by listing it at its continuous output capacity. Nice going, Cooler Master! The 750W is also relatively compact for a PSU of this wattage. At 5.9 X 5.9 X 3.4 inches, this unit should fit in virtually any ATX compatible case.

Model

115/230Vac 12/6.3A 60/50Hz

Load

+3.3V

+5V

+12V1

+12V2

+12V3

+12V4

-12V

+5Vsb

Max. Load

25A

25A

19A

19A

19A

19A

0.8A

3.5A

Max. Power

191W

648W

9.6W

17.5W


19A on each of four +12V rails should be enough for all but the most demanding of systems.



With features including 8-pin PCI-E support for the latest video cards, intelligent fan speed control and a 3-year warranty, the 750W should prove to be an excellent PSU choice for the demanding system builder. I'm less enthusiastic about the usefulness of the power failure LED feature. While I couldn't find any more specific information about this feature, it would seem to me that if any of the listed events occurs, the PSU should shut itself down before one had a chance to look at the back of the power supply to see if a red light was glowing. I suppose it doesn't do any harm, it just seems superfluous.

 

PRODUCT COMPOSITION




The 750W comes in a nice retail carton with a carry handle. Inside the PSU is cradled in foam and comes with the customary manual, power cord and mounting screws.



As you can see, this is no modular PSU. There are a lot of cables and connectors here!

 

 


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