As enthusiasts build high-end computers which require more and more power for the multiple processors, multiple graphics cards, and multiple hard drives in these rigs, power supply manufacturers, such as Cooler Master, churn out power supplies with increasingly higher wattage to handle these power-thirsty devices. Cooler Master sent ThinkComputers the next generation of its Real Power Pro series, the six-12V-railed 1250W monster with enough connectors and juice to power just about anything one could throw at it.
Features & Specifications
Certification: NVIDIA SLI-ready / 80 Plus
Type ATX Form Factor: 12V V2.3 / SSI standard EPS 12V V2.92
Dimension (W / H / D): 150 x 180 x 86 (mm)
Efficiency: >85% Typically
Hold Up Time: > 17 ms
Input Current: 16A @ 115Vac / 10A @ 230Vac
Input Frequency Range: 47 ~ 63 Hz
Input Voltage: 90 ~ 264V (Auto Range)
Max. Output Capacity: 1375 Watts
MTBF: >100,000 hrs
Output Capacity: 1250 Watts Continuous
PFC: Active PFC (0.99)
Power Good Signal: 100 ~ 500 ms
Protection: OVP / OCP / OTP / OPP / SCP / UVP
Fan: Ultra-silent 135mm fan with intelligent speed control
M/B 24 Pin Connector x 1
CPU 4 Pin x 1
CPU 8 Pin x 1
PCI-E 8 Pin x3
PCI-E 6 Pin x 6
4 Pin Peripheral x 7
SATA x 8
4 Pin Floppy x 2
The Cooler Master Real Power Pro 1250W comes in the a primarily white box with a satisfactory handle and a latching tab to seal the box. The corrugated cardboard of the box is dual layer for extra protection, and there is a ton of Styrofoam padding within the box to further cushion the device. Some logos on the exterior highlight the unit's five year warranty and 80PLUS 80% efficiency certification.
Included with the power supply is a custom power cable, manual, a bottle opener, a screw bag, and a Cooler Master case sticker.
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