Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 1000W / RS-A00-SPM2 / RSA00-SPM2D3
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19 April 2012
Conclusion: So we were not able to fully load the PSU with our testing equipment but we can see a hint of how it performs since a lot of users dont run SLI and Crossfire setups so this is how it would perform for them most likely. Overall, a very nice PSU with good performance and low sound level.
Summary: After nine whole pages is about time to conclude this review and give a final verdict to the Silent Pro M2 1000W. Let's start with the good news. Thanks to the topology used in the primary section (ACRF, Active Clamp Reset Forward), a topology usually met in Gold units, efficiency is close to Gold...
Pros: High efficiency overall, Delivered full power at 47.6°C, Good performance at Advanced Transient Reponse tests, Excellent ripple suppression on the minor rails, Flat modular cables, Five year warranty
Cons: High MSRP, Fan uses Hysint bearing and not HDB, Voltage regulation at 3.3V should be tighter, Low efficiency at
Summary: Honestly, there aren't really bad PSUs any more anno 2012 IF you stick to a reputable brand. The focus these days is to be found more in features you need, wattage you need and of course how efficient your PSU should be.
Summary: Nous n'allons pas passer des heures sur la conclusion, cela serait totalement inutile. Le bloc est bon, très silencieux, impeccable électriquement parlant, et sa finition est plus que correcte.
Pros: Tensions, Consommation, Silence, Garantie 5 ans