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    Default Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W

    Cooler Master is launching a new power supply, the Silent Pro Hybrid. It's a variation of their previous Silent Pro series lineup, continuing to features 80PLUS Gold efficiency, modular design, and a sleek aesthetic. But the Hybrid changes things, bringing an innovative new feature, as it runs in a fanless mode when under light loads. Coming with a price tag of $249, the Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid looks to offer great performance for the price.

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    Default Re: Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W

    Good review Jake.

    Interesting idea, having limited front panel control of a power supply (and by extension, a few case fans). But... is it future-proof? This is a 1050w PSU. We're fast approaching the era where a system that needs this much power is likely to draw 200 watts at idle. Any way to control or bump that limit up to 250w? Just seems like soon, that feature isn't going to be useful set at 200w.

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    Default Re: Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W

    Great review Jake. $250 for 1050W not bad..

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    Default Re: Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W

    Another great product from Cooler Master!

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    Default Re: Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Another great product from Cooler Master!
    I have to agree. I like their products usually, because they usually include a well thought out design and then sell for what I can afford on a retirement income.
    Even their low end, less expensive cases are well thought out and work well. (see the Elite 430 case)
    Cooler Master sees a lot of my business.

    As for this power supply, I like the fan controller and the type of paint that they used on it. I don't have any need for such a large PSU at this time, but if I did, this one would be worth consideration.
    Last edited by realneil; 04-10-2011 at 09:39.

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