Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 850W Power Supply Review

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Today we are looking at a power supply from Cooler Master called the ‘Silent Pro Hybrid’. This is based around the Silent Pro Gold Model, but it features a high grade cooling fan with hydraulic bearings … this stops rotating completely when the loads are below 200W. Cooler Master have a 1300W, a 1050W and an 850W in the range and we are looking at the smallest, most affordable supply in the series.

The Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 850W power supply is a fully modular design which is 80 Plus Gold Certified and uses high grade Japanese capacitors for long life. It is also ErP Lot6 compliant, meaning a very low wattage power drain when powered off (less than 1W).

Cooler Master also bundle a dedicated 5.25 inch fan speed controller in the package which can control the power supply fan and three additional system fans.

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Main Features:

  • Fully modular cables
  • Noise-free Operation
  • World’s first PSU integrated 7V fan port
  • Auto Fanless mode under 200W loading
  • 5.25” drive bay fan controller for both the PSU and three system fans
  • Speed adjustable 135mm Super Silent Hydraulic Bearings Fan
  • Over 90% efficiency with 80Plus Gold Certification
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Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 850W Power Supply Review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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  • David Johnston

    Quick question.

    What on earth is up with the pricing on power supplies lately? £200+ for a 850W unit? companies need to realise that most people cant afford this.

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  • Joseph

    I love Cooler Master. This is too rich for my blood. id aim for a bronze unit, those gold and platinum rated models are just way out of my price point.

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  • Peter

    The fan controller idea is interesting, but many people who want this kind of power supply will either already have one, or wont want it. paying extra for something they dont need IMO isn’t such a good move. it might work well in PR releases f or Coolermaster to say ‘first 7V etc!’ but the audience this is targeting might not appreciate the forced purchase at extra cost.

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