MasterWatt Maker Series From Cooler Master at Computex

/ 4 years ago

MasterWatt Maker Series From Cooler Master at Computex

Cooler Master have worked extremely hard to build up their entire product catalogue from scratch to meet the demands of their new “maker” philosophy, and as you can see, that continues all the way through their new PSU ranges too. We stopped by their booth here at Computex to see what they have.

First up, we’ve got their MasterWatt Maker, their extremely high-end unit, the MasterWatt Pro, the kind of PSU most high-end gaming builds would need, the MasterWatt, a unit for most mid-range systems, and finally, the more affordable MasterWayy Lite series.


All the new PSUs use their new cooling fans, for super quiet performance, as well as matching the aesthetics of other products in their new ranges. The three high-end ones all have fully modular designs too, as well as quality flat cables, helping you easily achieve a great looking system build.

The build quality on the units is amazing, and with 1500W output on the top one, we have no doubt it’ll blast through your demands with those four big ol’ bulk capacitors in there.




We can’t wait to get these in for a closer look and put them on our test bench!

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