In our recent power supply round-up, we incorrectly reported that Cooler Master's Real Power Pro power supplies are only covered by a three-year warranty. Cooler Master bumped the warranty coverage of those models up to five years this summer—a change too recent to be reflected in the manuals included with the units we reviewed.
We've updated our PSU round-up to reflect the change. While the additional warranty coverage adds value, particularly to the 550W model, it doesn't change our overall conclusions or recommendations.
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