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Thursday, 12 July 2007 01:00
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Cooler Master Real Power M1000 power supply review
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Cooler Master Real Power M1000 power supply review

A few weeks ago, we took a look at Thermaltake's 1000 Watt ToughPower PSU, and admitted that although that amount of potential power is still overkill for basically all users, the ToughPower's ability to deliver stable and consistent voltages while offering a full gamut of connectivity made it an excellent choice for anybody looking for an excellent power supply that would last them for the foreseeable future.

Today, we take a look at another 1000 Watt part with similar credentials - Cooler Master's Real Power M1000.  Wattage aside, this is another modular power supply which plenty of connectivity to offer, and like Thermaltake's PSU it even offers support for ATI's new Radeon HD 2900 XT graphics boards, and more specifically the eight-pin PCI Express power connector it requires to enable the card's full overclocking functionality.

So, we have ourselves a contender to the high-end power supply throne, but can it claim the crown for itself?  Let's waste no time in setting about finding out.



 
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