Cooler Master has released a new budget lineup of power supplies, the G-Series.
Cooler Master has announced a new series of power supplies, the G-Series. The G-series of power supplies will first come in three versions, a 500 W version, a 600 W version, and a 700 W version. All of the units are 80 Plus Bronze certified, and managed this because of active PFC. As expected from any decent new power supply, the units are also fully compatible with Haswell processors.
All of the units feature a single, high-power 12 V rail design, supporting up to 55 A over the 12 V rail. The PSUs are cooled by a 120 mm fan, which will always run a silent profile at up to a load of 70 percent. The units feature all the expected safety features including OVP, OCP, SCP, and OTP.
Connectivity is taken care of by the standard 24-Pin ATX and EPS connectors, as well as six SATA connectors (9 for the G700), and three molex connectors. The most powerful version, the G700, also has support for multiple graphics cards.
The G-series power supplies from Cooler Master will hit retail channels around the beginning of August, and are expected to have a street price of €59.95, €69.95, and €79.95 for the G500, G600, and G700, respectively.