Cooler Master Demos V-Series 80+ Gold PSUs

Cooler Master's new V-Series range of power supplies are aimed at the enthusiast user and will be initially consist of three models, the V700, V850, and V1000 which provide 700 W, 850 W and 1000 W respectively. All variants are 80+ gold certified which means they they will deliver a 90 percent efficiency at a 50 percent load and approximately a 87 percent efficiency whilst idle.

The unit also features a respectable MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) of 100,000+ hours and has all the expected safety and quality certificates that we can expect from performance power supplies. Interestingly, the folks over at Guru3D have noted that under the hood the unit might actually just be a Seasonic unit, one of the industry's most renowned manufacturers.

The V-Series power supplies will also all be fully modular and allow users to even remove the 24-pin motherboard and 8-pin connector if they somehow find the need to do so.

Unfortunately there is no word on pricing, availability or a release timetable at this time.


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  • echondo5 days late, interesting...

    I love all these snarky comments from ignorant people such as yourself about how Tom's so late on news (yet you are obviously here reading it anyway though supposedly already knew it).

    Tom's is a site that doesn't report first hand on news themselves. They do testing and benchmarking on hardware and compile news articles from other sites and place the most pertinent and relevant for the type of site they are on their web site. So of course these news articles are going to be a few days older, but also odds are, most people won't have read all of the news stories on other sites as well, so it provides a very nice and needed function.
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  • echondo5 days late, interesting...

    I love all these snarky comments from ignorant people such as yourself about how Tom's so late on news (yet you are obviously here reading it anyway though supposedly already knew it).

    Tom's is a site that doesn't report first hand on news themselves. They do testing and benchmarking on hardware and compile news articles from other sites and place the most pertinent and relevant for the type of site they are on their web site. So of course these news articles are going to be a few days older, but also odds are, most people won't have read all of the news stories on other sites as well, so it provides a very nice and needed function.
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  • No matter how nice, and how impressive the specs, and no matter who actually made them, the fact is it's a PSU. That says cooler master on it.

    That's a stigma that just doesn't go away.
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