Cooler Master Silent Pro PSU series launched

Posted on Friday, Jun 13 2008 @ 04:20 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cooler Master unveiled a new power supply series called Silent Pro. These new units will have an efficiency of 85% and should produce little noise.

The firm equipped the unit with copper plates to conduct the heat to a series of aluminum heatsinks and there's a 135mm fan that should have a noise level of less than 16dBA.

The Silent Pro Series has modular cabling and ships with two silicon rubber pads to eliminate vibrational noise. Availability, pricing information and how many Watts these units will have is unknown but we do know the PSUs will have a 5-year warranty.

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Re: Cooler Master Silent Pro PSU series launched
by Anonymous on Friday, Jun 13 2008 @ 21:13 CEST
According to PC Power and Cooling's PSU myths debunked, this Coolermaster offering can't really exist:

Low noise 135mm fan
Super cool using conductive cooling
85% efficient

We'll have to see how it performs, but somehow the market seems to have made 120-140mm fans work on 80% of the PSU's out there, but not PCP&C. To them that 80% is a myth, and modular can't be done...