A skillfully designed aluminum-copper heatsink combined with a 135mm Super Silent Hydraulic Bearing fan help maintain low noise and temperatures under typical operations. A hybrid modular cable system ensures that critical components receive a strong hard wired connection while allowing the user to determine to customize their cable management. Silent Pro M2 Series features a length five year warranty.
• Copper-Aluminum Heat Sink
This slick CM design incorporates an expansive flat surface area for superior heat conductivity out to the aero-dynamic fins, therefore removing heat at an unprecedented rate.
• Silent Operation
135 mm Hydraulic Dynamic Bearing Fan for quieter operation
• Dual 12V Power Rails
Dual 12 V Power Rails Tackling challenges from the most power-intensive peripherals head on, this solitary 12 V power rails provides ample power and strong resistance to any overloading up to 70 and 55A.
• Modularized Cabling
Neatly arranged connectors on the rear plate connect to flat internal cabling improve installment facility while allowing for greater airflow through the PSU.
• Intel Compliant
Proficiently prepared to provide a stable power source and connectors for the latest ATX 12V v2.3 Intel processors.
• Eco-friendly design: Erp Lot6 Ready!
A maximum 5Vsb current draw target in S5 off-mode of 0.1A for its motherboards and needed to ensure the system will consume < 1W in its off-mode
• And More
- Multiple updated connectors for all types of interfaces (PCIe, SATA etc.)
- Double-Layer EMI Filter Dual protection from electromagnetic interference.
- Multiple Protection Design (OVP/UVP/OPP/OTP/SCP)
- High reliability with an MBTF of at least 100,000 hours of use.
- Five Year Warranty. Features http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6817
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
5 Year Manufacturers Direct Warranty
Date Issued: 4th Jul 2011
Let's face it, power-supply units (PSUs) are boring. Presented in what's usually a mundane box spitting cables from one end, this is a product that's neither aesthetically pleasing nor technically interesting to the majority of self-builders.
Date Issued: 18th Nov 2010
Conceived back in 2004 and brought to market just a year later, the 80 PLUS initiative is one of many standards introduced in an effort to increase energy efficiency in modern technology. Targeting computer power supplies, it awards PSUs that are able to achieve an energy efficiency of over 80 per cent at varying workloads and a power factor of 0.9 or more at 100 per cent load.
Date Issued: 20th Nov 2008
This TekSpek explains what Green Computing is, what it means to the consumer, and how energy-efficient components can be beneficial in the home.