Cooler Master Real Power 750 Watt PSU Review
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
While Cooler Master is best known for their cases and various thermal solutions, they have also successfully branched out into power supplies. Since 2004, they have used the Real Power branding to designate their high-end power supplies. TweakNews has posted a review of the Cooler Master Real Power 750 watt power supply.
Heres what they had to say:
Cooler Master's Real Power Pro 750W has performed admirably throughout several days of testing. And it looks good doing it. I like the finish a lot, but there is some very good performance to go along with it. It's quiet, stable and compact with plenty of power and nice sleeving. This seems to be a quality unit that should support all but the most power-hungry systems. Pricing and availability are virtually non-existent just now, but look for that to change soon.
Overall, this is a solid power supply. Cooler Master should be commended for equipping this unit with two 8-pin PCI-E power connectors, which ensures that this PSU will be relevant for years to come. The only negatives are the lack of modular cables, which should be standard in this price range, and the minimal amount of SATA connectors.
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