Given that the Cooler Master MWE GOLD 750 V2 is Gold efficiency rated, it is important to not only check that this is accurate, but also to determine just how well it fills that remit. So, how did it do? Well achieving an average of over 90%, this comfortably sits within the gold rating and is actually towards the top-end of that specification.
As such, in terms of our testing, we’re already off to a strong start here!
Although the PFC initially starts off quite low, this is both perfectly common and usual when power supplies are at 20% output levels. Generally speaking, they’re nearly always happier when asked to work harder. Once you start ramping up the demands, therefore, the PFC quickly rises to above 0.9 and then 0.95 which is exactly what is both good and exactly what you want to see.
Although there are some moderate levels of deviancy noted in the Cooler Master MWE GOLD 750 V2, the main factor is consistency and, as you can see in the chart below, the results provided throughout the differing levels of output were generally speaking exactly the same. In fact, the 5V rail was not only consistent, but it’s results were absolutely perfect.
So , overall, while offering nothing particularly remarkable (other than that 5V result) there’s certainly nothing here to warrant any concern!
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