Cooler Master XG Platinum -- fully modular and up to 2000W

Posted on Monday, Jul 12 2021 @ 15:51 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
XG Plus Platinum
Cooler Master teases its new XG Platinum power supplies. As the product's name suggests, this is a series of power supplies with 80Plus Platinum certification. Besides the very high efficiency, these models offer fully modular cabling, a silent 135mm fan, and RGB LED illumination.

Various models will be offered, including versions rated at 1600W and 2000W. The latter is the highest-wattage PSU ever created by Cooler Master. Pricing and availability are unknown.
The XG Platinum series was created to provide 80 PLUS Platinum certified efficiency and high-end performance with reduced temperature requirements. This unit offers full-modular cabling, a 135mm silent fan, and Smart Thermal Control mode for silent operation, better airflow, and a longer performance life. In addition, 100% Japanese capacitors have been used in both the platform and cables for increased efficiency and reduced ripple noise.

Together these features deliver one of the first power supply units available for retail that meets all Intel ATX 12V version 2.53 guidelines. In addition, the XG Plus Platinum offers performance monitoring with the built-in Information Display Panel and manage these features and ARGB lighting with Cooler Master's free MasterPlus+ software.

Lastly, the M1600 / M2000 Platinum was built for those who need raw, highly efficiency power in massive amounts. Built with specialty projects in mind, this power supply unit is the biggest Cooler Master has to offer at 1600 and 2000 watts. This is a powerhouse unit built for pure performance at the lowest cost possible. Boasting 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency, full-modular cabling, and a 135mm silent fan, this PSU will power any system you can throw at it.


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