Cooler Master's V-Series power supplies got a small-but-welcome update recently. The company is now using its Silencio FP 120-mm fans to provide cooling airflow for these PSUs, and they're now decked out with fully-modular flat cabling.
The updated V-Series PSUs continue to use what Cooler Master calls a "3D circuit design," which is supposed to reduce the number of cables inside the PSU and ensure high-quality power delivery. That design is backed up with 100% Japanese capacitors. These units are also 80 Plus Gold certified (or Platinum, in the case of the V1200).
Cooler Master says the updated V Series PSUs are available in models ranging from 550W to 1200W. The company warrants all of these PSUs for five years, save for the V1200, which gets seven years of coverage.
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