Summary: The Cooler Master GXII 650W is just the
power supply we have seen from Cooler Master and is the direct successor to the GX 650W. Previously in our testing, Cooler Master power supplies have been split between good and not so good power supplies with the GX 650W being just outright bad. With a new OEM provider for the 650W model in the GXII line, has Cooler Master made a 180 degree turn for the GX lineage and posted good results like their V-Series has been doing?
Summary: Cooler Master is a name synonymous with enthusiast computer desktop builds. You have likely purchased one if not more of its products in the past if you build your own boxes. The GXII line popped up on our radar recently, as we were seeing it on many brick and mortar computer store shelves, so we bought one to see what it is made of.
Excerpt: Coolermaster's been on a bit of a roll lately. After partnering up with Seasonic, they released several awesome new V series units and instantly upped their game to a new level. Today, I'm looking at one of their new bargain units, the GX II 750 watt model. You may remember the original GX series unit turning out to be a little underwhelming. But that was then and this is now. Let's see if the new guy is improved enough to warrant a buy this time out.