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Cooler Master V1200 Platinum Power Supply Review


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The Cooler Master V1200 Platinum power supply ships in a nicely designed, rather heavy box – with an image of the product alongside some specifications.
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The long box houses the power supply, modular cables and other accessories. The power supply itself is protected inside a soft felt bag, sandwiched between two thick foam pads.
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There are two pouches containing the modular cables, alongside some literature and a box with ‘Hybrid Fan Controller’ labelled on the front. The fan controller has an ‘auto’ and ‘hybrid’ switch allowing for zero dBa operation. Cooler Master also supply some cable ties and mounting screws.
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The modular cables are all high quality and apart from the main motherboard ATX cable, they are all the newer flat ‘ribbon’ style. If you have three or four graphics cards, then you should feel well supported. The V1200 Platinum power supply has a total of twelve 6+2 pin PCIe cables. Two pairs of these cables are slightly shorter, measuring 500mm+120mm, rather than 600mm+120mm.


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