ThinkComputers looked at Cooler Master's Real Power Pro series last year when I reviewed the 650W version. Cooler Master submitted its big brother, the 1000W version, to us for review. This powerhouse (literally) is ready to pump juice into a high-end gaming rig, possibly with multiple video cards or multiple processors. ThinkComputers has the review herein.
Features & Specifications
- Model RS-A00-EMBA
- Type ATX Form Factor 12V V2.3 / SSI standard EPS 12V V2.91
- Dimension (W / H / D) 150(W) x 180(L) x 86(H) (mm)
- Input Voltage 90~264V (Auto Range)
- Input Current 15A@ 115 Vac / 8A@ 230 Vac
- Input Frequency Range 47~63 Hz
- PFC Active PFC(0.99)
- Power Good Signal 100~500 ms
- Hold Up Time >17 ms
- Efficiency 83%(200W) / 85%(500W) / 81%(1000W)
- MTBF >100,000 hrs
- Protection OVP / OCP / OTP / OLP / Short / Full Protection
- Output Capacity1000 Watts Continuous
- Max. Output Capacity 1,200 Watts
- Operation Temperature 0~50?(Nominal Input Voltage)
- Safety CE / cUL / TUV / NEMKO / BSMI / FCC / CCC / C-tick / GOST
- Fan Ultra-silent 13.5mm fan with intelligent speed control
- Certification nVIDIA SLI / 80 Plus
- Connector M/B 24 Pin Connector x 1, CPU 4 Pin x 1, CPU 8 Pin x 1, PCI-E 8 Pin x2, PCI-E 6 Pin x 4, 4 Pin Peripheral x 6, SATA x 8, 4 Pin Floppy x 2
- Description High Quality Piano-mirror Finish Electroplating
The RPP, as I'll abbreviate throughout the review, arrives in a white box-somewhat of a trademark for Cooler Master. It has a handle, and clearly shows off many of the aforementioned features of the unit, including 80PLUS certification and a five-year warranty. The the rear shows some technical specifications and the robust connectivity of the unit.
The box is very well-packed and sectioned, divided by foam. The unit is not modular, so all of the cables come out of the unit in very much a Medusa-like mess. The contents include the unit, a power cable, a manual, screws, and a Cooler Master-branded key chain bottle opener. Sweet.
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