Cooler Master has branched off into many areas, and so far its power supplies are looking good.
The Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W power supply
PCSTATS tested today is a nice unit. It operates at a reduced noise levels care
of a big slow moving fan that is thermally controlled, it has good (but not great) power efficiency ratings that will keep heat production down and lessen wasteful power draw, and it looks pretty nice too. Most importantly for gamers, or future gamers, the Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W has two 8-pin SLI power connectors. Just the kind of plug you will soon need for the future generation of powerful videocards coming from nvidia and ATI.
If gaming is your passion, it would be a good idea to make sure all power supplies you are check out have the new PCI Express 2.0 spec eight pin 12V PCI Express videocard power connector.
On the whole, the Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W is a
good PSU. It clocked in at 76% efficiency, which is pretty damn good. It
didn't quite reach the 80% that Cooler Master rates it for, but neither do
most power supplies on the market. With a retail price of $179 CDN ($169 USD, £85 GBP),
the Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W is a worthy unit to consider for your next gaming PC!
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