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Old 16-04-08, 01:12 PM
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OC3D Review: Cooler Master Real Power Pro M700 700w Modular PSU

"After being impressed by Cooler Master's M1000 1kw unit, we revisit it once more, but this time in 700w format."



Cooler Master Real Power Pro M700 PSU Review

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Old 16-04-08, 01:55 PM
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CoolerMaster are good @ delivering good service and man am I impressed with my CoolerMaster M1000 although I don't really need all that power
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Old 16-04-08, 02:34 PM
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i have this psu, im very very impressed by it, tis great, one of best purchases ive made for my system
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Old 16-04-08, 03:33 PM
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just another reason for ultra to sue

but yea, good review

always a nice read
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Old 16-04-08, 04:25 PM
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Yeah nice review Jim... I'm hoping to get my hands on one of these sometime soon. Should be good.

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Old 16-04-08, 06:36 PM
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Looks bad to me.

Volts on the rails dropped considerably @ 716w load... What if someone actually tried 1000w?

Cheap though...
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Old 16-04-08, 07:01 PM
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Looks bad to me.

Volts on the rails dropped considerably @ 716w load... What if someone actually tried 1000w?

Cheap though...
Then it'd die because it's only a 700w unit with ~800w peak
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Old 16-04-08, 10:39 PM
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Then it'd die because it's only a 700w unit with ~800w peak
LOL - I skimmed it, saw 1000w, saw that and thought wtf. 'We were impressed by the 1000w...'

Doh.

In that case it's not bad for the price/perf
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Old 07-06-08, 12:27 PM
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This is planned for my rig, seems like a steal at 75 quid!
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Old 08-06-08, 04:23 PM
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I'm using one now... Have had no issues
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