Coolermaster Silent Pro M2 1000W

Today we take a look at a power supply from Coolermaster, they sent us one of their badboy models running at 1000W and 80 plus silver certification so lets find out how it performs.

About Coolermaster:

Read more on their website, http://www.coolermaster.com/contact.php?page_id=2

Specifications:

Model RS-A00-SPM2
Type ATX 12V V2.3
Dimension (W / H / D) 150 x 180 x 86mm
5.9 x 7.1 x 3.4 inch
Input Voltage 90-264Vac (Auto Range)
Input Current 6 – 12A
Input Frequency Range 47 – 63Hz
PFC Active PFC (>0.9)
Power Good Signal 100-500ms
Hold Up Time >17ms
Efficiency 88% Typically
MTBF 100,000 Hours
Protection OVP/UVP/OCP/OPP/OTP/SCP
Output Capacity 1000W
Operation Temperature 0~40°C (Nominal Input Voltage)
Regulatory TUV / CE / UL / FCC / BSMI / GOST / C-tick / KC / CCC
Fan 135mm Hydraulic Dynamic Bearings
Certifications 80 Plus Silver
Connector M/B 24 Pin Connector x 1
CPU 8 Pin x 2
PCI-E 8 Pin x 3
PCI-E 6+2 Pin x 3
SATA x 12
4 Pin Peripheral x 5
4 Pin Floppy x 1

The Product:

Coolermaster Silent Pro M2 1000W Coolermaster Silent Pro M2 1000W
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This is one big and heavy box, and on the inside you will find a vaiety of modular cables, screws for mounting, warranty card and also a small installation slip.

The modular cables are flat which saves space and also increases airflow in your case.

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Comments

  1. jaco5604 says:

    how loud is it under load the GX
    series aparently have some trouble with a wierd buzzzz sound

    • I dont think its horribly loud and I dont have a buzz noise (yet atleast)

    • That’s because the plain GX is an extremely low end design that can barely put out 500W. It was and is a piece of shit. This newer version, on the other hand, is a pretty decent ATNG design, who used to make server units.

      Also, capacitor/coil squelling is a luck of draw. It can happen to any unit, and gives you the right to RMA if it happens so.

  2. Funny how in the specs it says 6-2 pin x4 times and the review says only 2 and its not capable of crossfire/sli. Why should i buy a 700w power supply when i cant even connect two 7950s? what is it now 2x 6-2 pin or 4x 6-2 pin?

    • swampert543 says:

      Actualy, it supports a SLI of 7950, since it has 4x8pin (the 8 pins are made by combining a 2 pin and a 6 pin). trust me, I got one 🙂

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