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Cooler Master iGreen

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About the Product

The iGreen is an ATX12V version 2.2 power supply available in 430/500/600W capacities and features +3.3/5/12/12V power rails, Active PFC, and special power connectors (SATA and dual PCI-E). 400,000 hours MTBF.

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Cooler Master iGreen Reviews Rating: 85 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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ByteSizedReviews.com  --- Aug 01 '06
ClubOverclocker 9.0/10 Jun 09 '06
Extreme Overclocking  --- Nov 03 '06
ExtremeTech  --- Aug 31 '06
GotFrag Hardware  --- Jul 20 '06
HardwareHeaven  --- Aug 07 '06
Modders-Inc  --- May 31 '06
Overclock3D.Net  --- Jul 19 '06
PC Perspective  --- Jun 12 '06
PCApex 8/10 Jun 10 '06
TweakPC  --- Nov 25 '06
Viper's Lair  --- Jun 12 '06
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Cooler Master iGreen Roundups and Shootouts

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Cooler Master iGreen Review BiT-Tech.net -- Sep 10 '06
Cooler Master iGreen Review Hardcoreware -- Oct 23 '06

ClubOverclocker on Jun 16 '06

"The iGreen Power 430W power supply is really designed to meet a more casual upgrader's needs. The lack of SLI support and the missing 8 pin power lead will send most power users on to the higher..."

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Extreme Overclocking on Nov 03 '06

"Cooler Master has really hit a home run with their iGreen series of power supplies. It is near silent under normal usage, has excellent efficiency, has tons of connectors (all with black mesh..."

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ExtremeTech on Sep 01 '06

"Similar features to the Antec's TruePower Trio 650 at a lower price make it a slightly better value."

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Modders-Inc on Jun 16 '06

"...when taking the efficiency of the power supply into the equation, it actually performs better than a percentage of the 550 watt units out there. It is all in the construction and engineering,..."

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Overclock3D.Net on Jul 24 '06

"Combining rock solid rails along with good looks, high efficiency, reasonable noise levels and an estimated price of around £50, the iGreen 430w power supply should definitely be the first power..."

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