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Cooler Master V Series 1000W PSU Review

The Cooler Master V1000 is a very attractive looking power supply, finished in a black and grey livery. The name of the unit is displayed proudly on the sides, as shown in the image above.

The unit passed our ‘screwdriver’ stress test, which involves running a Philip’s head driver down the side of the chassis with weak to modest pressure. How often have you accidentally hit a power supply with some tools during a system build phase?

The paintwork didn’t scratch or mark at all. Bonus points.
A large black fan takes centerstage behind the ‘Cooler Master’ company logo. We will look at this more closely when we open the unit later in the review.
One side of the chassis is vented to ensure good airflow under load. There is a power connector and switch underneath the company logo at the side.
The other side of the power supply is home to the modular connectors, which are clearly labelled. The peripheral connectors are all mounted vertically underneath the PCI-E and CPU connectors.


Cooler Master V Series 1000W PSU
DC Output
Max Output
Total Power 125W 996W 6W 15W

The single +12V rail can deliver 83A which is 996W of the total output. Both +3.3V and +5V rails can deliver 25A each.

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