Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 Pro Reviews
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Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 Reviews7
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|ThinkComputers||9/10||Oct 03 '12|
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"The Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 1500W is in a league of its own in terms of wattage rating -- and this is its key selling point. That said, 80+ Silver certification is not really that good nowadays, so a nice boost in overall efficiency would definitely be desirable. Overall, the Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 1500W is well built PSU for those who needs a power supply to jump start an airplane and power your computer all at the same time."
"The Coolermaster Silent Pro M2 720w PSU was showing to us that on lower level power demands the power supplies efficiency would be on par with 88% efficient Bronze standard PSU’s, but when a more demanding load is requested, the Silent Pro M2 was outputting Gold standard efficiency. This means that if you are someone with two GPU’s, this power supply is a great option to buy, however the suggest 1000w would be strongly advised for two GPU’s. In terms of price you can see the following below."
"To sum up, if this unit hits the stores with a price around $180, since usually MSRP is higher than the retail price, then its price/performance ratio will be really good since the PSU registered fairly good performance on all the tests I ran."
"To wrap up, the Silent Pro M2 850 W has an excellent price/performance ratio and this is clearly shown in our Performance per Dollar graph. You should take a look at it if you need a strong PSU with modular design and silent operation. Regarding the high ripple at +12V I measured at full load tests: the corresponding ripple chart in the Cross Load Tests page shows that only at some load combinations, close to the PSU's full capacity, does ripple exceeds 80 mV, while throughout 300-600 W loads, ripple is much lower and ranges between 40-60 mV."
"The Coolermaster M2 1500w 80Plus Silver Modular PSU is squarely aimed at the enthusiast market and does not disappoint. The 1500w maximum is ready for the latest 6xx series from nVidia and the 7xxx series from ATI, any CPU(s) you can throw at it, and peripherals."