Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Silent Pro M600 (RS-600-AMBA-D3)
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Failed on me and the replacement process stunk
Jonathan S., Newegg
3 weeks ago
Summary: If you have extra parts or backup PCs around, and you can survive without a PSU for a few days, then this isn't the worst option. But do not put it into a PC that is essential to your life/work.
Pros: It worked for 2.5 years. Seemed pretty quiet.
Cons: It failed after 2.5 years. I only have one computer in my house, which I use to take online classes (amongst other things). To get a warranty replacement, they required that send them the faulty part first, which would take shipping time plus 2-3 days to arrive and be processed. Then they claimed...
Pros: I have used it over 2 years. It has not failed.
Cons: The main reason I purchased this power supply is to get a low noise power supply. BUT, It make too much noise, from day 1. It is quiet enough until it reaches normal operating temperature, afterwards, it make a noise that sounds like ball bearings with no lubricate. I can hear it grinding 20 feet...
Pros: When I put this power supply on the bench to test before I installed it in a friend's machine, the power levels were spot on, even under load. Any fluctuation was well within expected levels. I have no problems using this on future builds.
Cons: The 24 pin connector was a tight fit on the motherboard. I do not remove it except when a component dies so cannot subtract any eggs for that.
Cons: The Cables (Sata & Molex) are to tight can not get them to fit any DVDs, Harddrives, Etc. Tried twice to get something done! CoolerMaster has no answer. I will not recommend CoolerMaster Power supplies!
Summary: I bought this power supply to upgrade to a bigger graphics card, well I think I have too small of a processor and maybe motherboard to proceed with the upgrade. In the meantime, it is running very quiet. My graphics cars is all I hear running
Pros: Nice and quiet.
Cons: The cables were not very flexible. They were not round shaped, making it harder to route.