Cooler Master Showcases G-Series PSUs
Along with the launch of new PC chassis, Cooler Master is ready to release new G-series power supply units. The series is introduced by three models – G500, G600 and G700 – with 500W, 600W and 700W power, respectively. All of them correspond to ATX12V v2.3 standard, support Active PFC option and a range of protection tools (from short circuit, overvoltage, current overload, power overload). Moreover, these units employ a dual EMI-filter and take benefit from a single 120 mm fan with automatic speed control functions.
Cooler Master G-series PSUs have been felicitated with 80Plus Bronze certificate, due to their high efficiency (approximately 85%) and an estimated mean time between failures of 100.000 hours. The two junior models, G500 and G600, are able to operate at 456W and 576W load, correspondingly, on +12V rail. They are quipped with six SATA Power sockets and a pair of PCI Express Power 6+2-pin sockets. G500 unit will come to the market at the price of €60, while G600 unit – at the price of €70.
The senior model, G700, is estimated for 660W loading on +12V rail (at 55A rail load capacity). It houses nine SATA power sockets and four PCI Express Power (6+2)-pin sockets. This unit will cost around €80. Additionally, all units are furnished with a single 24-pin ATX cable, three 4-pin MOLEX connectors, a single EPS12V (4+4)-pin cable, and one Floppy power cable. One more thing, all G-series models support power-saving modes for Intel Core processors (Haswell generation).