Cooler Master Debuts the MasterWatt PSU – The Line Sports Longer Cables

Posted by at 7:41 pm on October 19, 2017

Cooler Master says its customers have been asking for longer power supply cables on its 80 Plus Bronze certified PSUs, and so that is exactly what they are doing with the new MasterWatt series.

“The MasterWatt series use more conductive PCI-e cables that are 16AWG for less resistance, thus increasing efficiency of power delivery to graphics cards,” Cooler Master says.

Cooler Master is also touting higher quality components in the construction of the MasterWatt series, which is partially aimed at reducing noise. According to Cooler Master, the component upgrades allow these PSUs to output up to 15 percent of rated wattage before the fan kicks on.

There are four wattage options in this series: 450W ($49.99), 550W ($59.99), 650W($69.99), and 750W ($79.99). Both the 450W and 550W sport the following connectors:

  • 1 x ATX 24-pin
  • 1 x CPU 12V 4+4 pin
  • 2 x PCIe 6+2 pin
  • 6 x SATA
  • 2 x peripheral 4-pin
  • 1 x FDD

The 650W and 750W models up the come with two additional PCIe 6+2 pin connectors for a total of four, and add a third peripheral 4-pin connector.

All four models are backed by a 5-year warranty.

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