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Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W Power Supply Review

The 600W model in this range used an Adda D1212MS-A71GL 120mm fan, but this time Cooler Master are using a 135mm x 135mm x 25mm Young Lin Tech Co. DFS132512H fan. This is another high quality unit which is capable of producing massive levels of airflow, when needed.

The layout is clean and has a L shaped heatsink cooling methodology which should help force heat outside the chassis environment. Soldering quality is high throughout. This is an Active PFC design which offers full protection for OVP/UVP/OCP/OPP/OTP and SCP.

The AC Transient filter, with two X caps and two Y caps. The design also places the IC close to the transformers which are required to create the high efficiency ratings. It complies with the latest Intel ATC 12V V2.3 standard and there is a double layer EMI filter to help reduce noise.

Primary Capacitors are Nippon Chemi-Con units. There are two VRM’s to handle the minor rails. Secondary side capactors are a mixture from Sanyo, Nippon Chemi-Con and Teapo.

Fully sleeved into the chassis, always good to see as no chance of fraying can occur over time.

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7 comments

  1. Just ordered one from OCUK, needed a new PSU and was going to get the corsair 850W, but its only 35 more!

  2. Not often you see a 1200W PSU with gold cert for under 200 quid. winner for me.

  3. Very nice, that just hits the spot for me. was going to spend about 130 on a new one, but I seem to buy a new PSU every 2 years, so this one might last me 4. thats my logic. might be after christmas, but I think this is for me.

  4. I love the KitGuru PSU reviews, top job.

  5. I am glad you didnt nail it for the ripple results. its still well within specs and some sites are known to mark a product down on this.

    Products should only be marked down if the problem actually affects the user. this isn’t a problem. just a little higher ripple than leading products and well within the specs.

  6. Very impressed with this and the pricing especially. most of them are 250 here.

  7. Pricing is good as everyone says. its only 30 quid more than some 850W psus ive seen online. looks like a solid buy. design of the chassis looks very like the corsair products, or is no one else seeing that? the font etc.