New PSUs Revealed by Cooler Master at Computex 2017



/ 2 years ago

Cooler Master PSUs

We’ve already seen a stunning range of new chassis from Cooler Master here at Computex 2017. However, that’s not everything they do, and they’ve also rolled out their latest PSU products for us to check out!

MasterWatt Series

The MasterWatt Series is big business for Cooler Master. We’ve got their low-end Lite units, which come in 400, 500, 600 and 700W variants at 230V, and 500 and 600W for their none 230V models. All of these are 80 Plus Silver rated and hard-wired. Then you’ve got the 80 Plus Gold MasterWatt in 450, 550, 650 and 750W variants, with a 15% load fanless mode.

Moving up to their high-end ones on the back row. The MasterWatt Maker deliver a staggering 1200 and 1500W of power, 80 Plus Titanium, 40% fanless mode, and Digital PSU management.

Then we have their flagship Maker MIJ. This 1200W unit uses a 135mm fan, 50% fanless mode, full Japanese construction and design, and 80 Plus Titanium efficiency.

Sleeved Cables

Custom sleeved cables for those who want to add a touch of colour to their build.

MasterWatt MGX

This budget unit looks perfect for those looking for value for money. It may also be a model targeted at system integrators. It doesn’t look too fancy, but it’s designed to deliver solid performance without too many thrills.

Finally, we have their new MWE Series, these come in Silver, Bronze, and Gold levels of efficiency. Not the most powerful units, but with both hard-wired and modular models available, there should be one suitable for everyone.

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