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Cooler Master V Series 700W (V700) PSU Review

The Cooler Master V700 is an attractive looking power supply, finished in a gray and black livery. The name of the supply is presented along 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. It is a very resilient finish.
A large black fan resides behind the black grill with company name sticker in the middle. We will have a closer look at the fan shortly, when we crack it open.
One side of the chassis is vented to ensure good airflow under load. There is a switch and power connector beside the grill, underneath a company logo.
The other side of the supply is home to the modular connectors, which are clearly labelled. The peripheral connectors are all mounted vertically underneath the CPU and PCI-E connectors.

Cooler Master V Series V700 (700W) PSU
DC Output
Max Output
Total Power 125W 696W 6W 15W

The single +12V rail can deliver 58A which is 696W of the total output. Both +3.3V and +5V rails can deliver 25A each – identical to the more expensive 1000W version in this specific series.

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