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Cooler Master V Series 700W (V700) PSU Review


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The Cooler Master V Series 700W ships in a lovely looking box featuring a moody shot of the power supply alongside some product information and specifications.
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Inside, the power supply ships protected between thick foam, with the accessories at the side. Cooler Master wrap the unit in a felt bag as shown above.
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The modular cabling is supplied in a nylon bag, alongside a regional specific power plug and mounting screws. There is also a little sheet of paper which presents a basic overview of the power supply.
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The cabling is 18AWG rated and apart from the main ATX cable they are all the flat ribbon style which has proven popular with the enthusiast audience in the last couple of years.

They are easier to route and can help improve airflow, which is always a bonus.

Cable (modular) Connectors
MB 20+4 pin x1 (600mm)
6+2 pin PCIe x4 (600mm + 100mm)
4+4 pin EPS12V/ATX12V x1 (680mm)
SATA x9 (450mm+100mm)
MOLEX x2 (450mm+100mm)
MOLEX
FDD
x2 (450mm+100mm)
x1 (+100mm)

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The V700 ships with four PCI E cables, enough for a demanding 2 way SLI or Crossfire configuration. The cables are all long length which is beneficial. The CPU 4+4 cable for instance is 680mm long, meaning it will work well with the tallest chassis currently available. The V700 has a single +12V rail.


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