Ahead of Computex proper, Cooler Master has unveiled its new V Gold series of power supplies. The 80PLUS Gold-rated PSUs come in in two capacities, 650 W and 750W, are fully modular, and include a 10-year warranty. The new V Gold series succeeds the previous V series models, which are now coming up on 5 years old.

The biggest feature update aside from the new 80PLUS Gold efficiency rating is a new semi-fanless mode. Like several other PSU vendors, Cooler Master is implementing a hybrid cooling mode, where the cooling fan won't come on unless it's needed. In the case of the V Gold series power supplies, the large 135 mm cooling fan will kick in at 40% load, and users can disable this feature (engaging the fan full-time) via a switch at the rear of the unit if desired. Another benefit to the new range is each model has a fully modular design which can help greatly with cable management, with each PCIe cable using 16 AWG gauge wiring. Meanwhile each V Gold series power supply comes with a 10-year manufacturers warranty.

The Cooler Master V Gold series of power supplies are currently available in both 650 W, and 750 W capacities; the 650 W has an MSRP of $130, while the 750 W costs $140. Both models are expected to filter onto shelves in the near future.

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Source: Cooler Master

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  • TennesseeTony - Sunday, May 26, 2019 - link

    Are they any good? Who makes them? Having had to replace six fans on their EVO 212 coolers within 3 months gives me pause about the quality of any of their products...
  • YoloPascual - Sunday, May 26, 2019 - link

    Seasonic focus?
  • just4U - Monday, May 27, 2019 - link

    Almost sounds like it's a seasonic inside yeah..

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