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Old 09-07-14, 12:25 PM
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CoolerMaster V1200 PSU Review



We show you CoolerMaster's latest flagship powersupply unit which boasts 1200watts, and 93% efficiency.


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Old 09-07-14, 04:27 PM
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93% efficiency, not even 3 years ago my PSU, which was a CoolerMaster, didn't even have bronze certification. +70% efficiency ftw.

Oh my things have progressed.
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Old 09-07-14, 05:02 PM
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Nice review, James. Not a product I would look for, but I definitely see a place for it in the market.
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Old 09-07-14, 05:29 PM
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Thats probably aimed at the dual 295x2 market now considering GPU mining isn't all that profitable.
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Thats probably aimed at the dual 295x2 market now considering GPU mining isn't all that profitable.

Its not enough for two 295X2's!
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Its not enough for two 295X2's!
oh.
Welp.
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Old 10-07-14, 01:12 AM
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Nice PSU !
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Old 10-07-14, 08:19 AM
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In the last few weeks I had to thinkig about which of these I should buy:

Corsair AX1200i
BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 1200W
Or CoolerMaster V1200

I read out every bits of the specifications, the reviews and so on then I choose the AX1200i.
The features are better and the performance is just a bit ahead of BeQuiet!'s monster. (I prefer its outlook but performance is before everything.... )

It will be the base of the new rig... I hope it will be ready at least in November.
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In the last few weeks I had to thinkig about which of these I should buy:

Corsair AX1200i
BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 1200W
Or CoolerMaster V1200

I read out every bits of the specifications, the reviews and so on then I choose the AX1200i.
The features are better and the performance is just a bit ahead of BeQuiet!'s monster. (I prefer its outlook but performance is before everything.... )

It will be the base of the new rig... I hope it will be ready at least in November.
Thanks for letting us now. Now you owe us a build log
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Thanks Tom . I'm enormously picky about my PSUs and the Cooler Master has never really ticked any of the boxes for me. For the price, I was expecting a bit more.
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