Never Run Out Of Juice
CoolerMaster is a big name in the Desktop chassis and PSU market, and there’s nothing small about the Real Power M1000, either. CoolerMaster goes modular with this model, which cuts down on cable clutter. A 135 mm fan dominates the underside of the unit and cools well.
With the dedicated circuitry that active PFC features, this PSU is rated at 99 per cent—you can be assured of maximum efficiency of power distribution, a good thing for those high-end PCs with costly components.
We fired up a Core 2 Quad QX6850 on an ASUS P5N32-E SLI and overclocked it to 3.6 GHz, powered the 2 GB of 1066 MHz memory at 2.2 V,two 8800GTX in SLI, two WD Raptors in RAID 0 plus a third 500 GB hard drive, and an X-Fi Elite Pro along with a couple of DVD-Writers.
The M1000 handled everything with no fuss—it remained cool to the touch, supplying 3.31 V to the 3.3 V rail, 4.97 V to the 5 V line and 11.987 V to the 12 V line—perfectly acceptable and well within the boundaries of what’s considered really good.
If you’re looking for power for the kind of PC that gets geeks drooling, you should know that such power supplies don’t come cheap! But if the safety of your components matters and you can shell out Rs 15,600, then you can’t get anything better.
|Features : 4
|Performance : 4.5
|Build Quality : 3.5
|Value for Money : 3.5
|Overall : 4
Power (continuous): 1000 watts; Efficiency: >85%; Input voltage 90-264V (auto); Peak power to each rail: 3.3V: 40 amps, 5V: 40 amps, combined 12V rails: 110 amps
Contact : CoolerMaster Co. Ltd.
Phone : 91-9833870302
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Web site : www.coolermaster.com
Price : Rs 15,600