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600W Coolermaster Silent Pro M Modular PSU [£63.44 Today Only @ Scan]
600W Coolermaster Silent Pro M Modular PSU [£63.44 Today Only @ Scan]

600W Coolermaster Silent Pro M Modular PSU [£63.44 Today Only @ Scan]

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Using the Hexus forums free delivery (easy to get by tonight - see first comment).

Great price for a well branded modular PSU with a 5-year warranty.

Silent Pro M series delivers up to 50A of power on a single +12V rail, enough power to start up a car. Ample connectors including PCI-e 6 + 2 pins ensure compatibility with the latest high-end systems. The power supply operates at minimal noise levels thanks to Cooler Masters silent formula. This silent formula which comprises of patented hybrid copper plus aluminum heat sink, anti-vibration padding and intelligent fans.

-Up to 40A on a single +12V rail
-Eco-design for energy and money saving by Active PFC.(>0.9)
-Flat modular cables to eliminate clutter and improve chassis airflow
-Two 6+2 pin PCI-e connectors for multiple high-end graphic card set ups
-Japanese-made capacitors
-Energy efficient design that meets 80 Plus requirements
-Intelligent 135mm fan speed control
-Hybrid copper plus aluminum heat sink
-Anti-vibration silicon padding
-Protection: OVP / UVP / OCP / OPP /OTP / SCP / OLP
-High Power Density (150*150*86 mm)
-High reliability (MTBF > 100,000 hrs
-Compliant with Intel standard Intel ATX12V V2.3 & SSI EPS 12V V2.91
-Five-year warranty

25 Comments

good price, I paid about £115 for the 800w version of this.
quality product.

This is quite tempting.... But when I say quite I mean very.

Building my first machine but I'm almost certain that I want the Seasonic X-650, it gets rave reviews for efficiency and quiet operation. However it happens to cost £117.
Is this excessive expenditure considering I'll be running an i5 750 and ATI 5850 card :thinking:

Despite joining AVForum in 2004 I still don't have 20 posts for free Scan delivery :-D

MBeeching;7436249

Building my first machine but I'm almost certain that I want the Seasonic … Building my first machine but I'm almost certain that I want the Seasonic X-650, it gets rave reviews for efficiency and quiet operation. However it happens to cost £117. Is this excessive expenditure considering I'll be running an i5 750 and ATI 5850 card :thinking:


You don’t need anywhere near 650W with that combination of parts so if you want to save money but still get a power efficient and quiet P/S take a look at SilentPCReview as this CoolerMaster may not be that quiet; the Enermax Eco80+ is one solution that they review. After reading thatI bought the 350W version on offer at Scan for just under £35 delivered and it’s noticeably quieter and more power efficient than my Seasonic S12 II 500W which admittedly is a few years old now.

Agharta;7436405

You don’t need anywhere near 650W with that combination of parts so if y … You don’t need anywhere near 650W with that combination of parts so if you want to save money but still get a power efficient and quiet P/S take a look at SilentPCReview as this CoolerMaster may not be that quiet; the ]Enermax Eco80+ is one solution that they review. After reading thatI bought the 350W version on offer at Scan for just under £35 delivered and it’s noticeably quieter and more power efficient than my Seasonic S12 II 500W which admittedly is a few years old now.



It's true my power requirements are going to be significantly less than 650W
I need a modular supply due to case constraints so my second choice was originally the cheaper Corsair HX650.

Almost certain that any money I save on the power supply will just tempt me to spend more on getting the Maximus Gene motherboard instead of the Gigabyte UD4.

Awaiting Seasonic X-750 here from Scan.co.uk. Would have arrived if not for the bad weather.

MBeeching;7436249

This is quite tempting.... But when I say quite I mean very.Building my … This is quite tempting.... But when I say quite I mean very.Building my first machine but I'm almost certain that I want the Seasonic X-650, it gets rave reviews for efficiency and quiet operation. However it happens to cost £117.Is this excessive expenditure considering I'll be running an i5 750 and ATI 5850 card :thinking:Despite joining AVForum in 2004 I still don't have 20 posts for free Scan delivery :-D



Forget Seasonic, get a Corsair HX.. much cleaner lines, and you get a 5 year warranty

jayjayuk1234;7439953

Forget Seasonic, get a Corsair HX.. much cleaner lines, and you get a 5 … Forget Seasonic, get a Corsair HX.. much cleaner lines, and you get a 5 year warranty



Agreed.

I have the HX850 which I recently bought for my new build, and it's great.

Corsairs have always been good to me, been using them for the past 6 years.

I bought this, but the 700watt version just before christmas, brilliant product, can supply my 2 gtx275's with ample power

I was initially pointed in the direction of the Corsair HX650. I'm putting a Saphire 5870 Vapor-X in a Dell Studio XPS 8000, which isn't a very large case. I went with the Seasonic X-750 due to its efficiency - noise and heat will be kept to a minimum as it will not be struggle whatsover.

The PSU will move to the next system I purchase, I'm covered with its additional wattage should it be required. And a 5 year warranty.

Horses for courses I guess!

I wish i had a modular one they look so much better

MBeeching;7436249

This is quite tempting.... But when I say quite I mean very.Building my … This is quite tempting.... But when I say quite I mean very.Building my first machine but I'm almost certain that I want the Seasonic X-650, it gets rave reviews for efficiency and quiet operation. However it happens to cost £117.Is this excessive expenditure considering I'll be running an i5 750 and ATI 5850 card :thinking:Despite joining AVForum in 2004 I still don't have 20 posts for free Scan delivery :-D



I joined AVForums, made a few posts, then clicked the link for free scan delivery, and it went through. :-D

so you should give it a shot, and see if it works for you.


also you should check out overclockers uk. sometimes they have good deals, and if you register on the forum, and make a number of posts you also get free delivery.

i feel kind of guilty sometimes though, when i'm only spending a few quid on cables and stuff, and get free delivery that's probably costing them more than what my order comes to lol.

jayjayuk1234;7439953

Forget Seasonic, get a Corsair HX.. much cleaner lines, and you get a 5 … Forget Seasonic, get a Corsair HX.. much cleaner lines, and you get a 5 year warranty



7 year Warranty direct with Scan on the modular jobbies;-)

But the 650w Corsair is over £20 more expensive than this one so you gotta way up the pros and cons as the warranty with Coolermaster is 2 year direct with Scan and the other 3 years with Coolermaster - so you may have to send it to Holland or further afield for repairs after the initial 2 years.


TBH all these top brand PSU's will pretty much do the same job unless you are going to be thrashing them 24/7 so it is just a matter of cost in the end. The Seasonics according to reviews are pretty much the best PSU's released to date but you will pay a massive premium for them.

I have a Corsair 650watt psu. not modular, but i have all my cables tied behind the mobo tray.


anyway isnt PC Power & Cooling known to be the best in the business?

I have the 750w model and am very happy with it. The modular design makes it easy to have just the number of cables you need, and most of them have more than one connector on them so with a bit of planning you can keep them hidden yet linked up to multiple devices.

Just in case people weren't aware. Avforums 'free' postage now has to be over 75£ not 20. I think hexus is still the same.

crofter;7441292

The Seasonics according to reviews are pretty much the best PSU's … The Seasonics according to reviews are pretty much the best PSU's released to date but you will pay a massive premium for them.



Then we have clearly been reading different reviews.... the best is still enermax

jonnyguru.com/mod…169

But in all seriousness, the Corsair HX just edges it here... close call!

jonnyguru.com/mod…153


And this is the PSU that the op posted here

jonnyguru.com/mod…134

I have the 520W version of this and paid about the same money. Great PSU with quality cables, although I don't have a huge case and the cables are very long.

The important spec here is the beefy 40A single 12A rail. That enough to handle most SLI/Xfire setups apart from two dual-GPU cards.

i am tempted for going for the 90+ Gold Seasonic 650w is has the best reviews ever and the build quality and how goos it runs is top rate but it is £117 but i am tempted if not it will be thw corsair 650w psu as seasonic make these to what to do

i have 750 watt hiper which I think is playing up on me as the lights seems to flicker and it can take time sometimes to switch my pc on. I can't return it as Hiper have now gone bust as I understand so may buy this one.

VN125250;7443522

i have 750 watt hiper which I think is playing up on me as the lights … i have 750 watt hiper which I think is playing up on me as the lights seems to flicker and it can take time sometimes to switch my pc on.



I have this exact same problem with my Hiper Type-R 580W (a RMA'd unit when my original one died). Like someone resetting it every half second. Intermittently it will not switch on using the front/motherboard power button. Then I have to switch it off at the back or disconnect the power and wait a few seconds before it will work again.

I was going to strip the whole PC to find the culprit but suspected the PSU. Time to get a new one before it burns the house down.

Lists as £71.64 now when adding to the basket.

aye cause the deal has expired now.

Sqsq;7445654

I have this exact same problem with my Hiper Type-R 580W (a RMA'd unit … I have this exact same problem with my Hiper Type-R 580W (a RMA'd unit when my original one died). Like someone resetting it every half second. Intermittently it will not switch on using the front/motherboard power button. Then I have to switch it off at the back or disconnect the power and wait a few seconds before it will work again.I was going to strip the whole PC to find the culprit but suspected the PSU. Time to get a new one before it burns the house down.



Yeah I wish I had never had it in the first place. I also had to disconnect the power lead with my old board. I bought two at roughly the same time, one died and this other one is on its way out. The most frustrating thing is though that I can't get a replacement for either of them !:cry:

yep, them Hiper PSU's have a nasty habit of dying.

meridiusuk;7443194

i am tempted for going for the 90+ Gold Seasonic 650w is has the best … i am tempted for going for the 90+ Gold Seasonic 650w is has the best reviews ever and the build quality and how goos it runs is top rate but it is £117 but i am tempted if not it will be thw corsair 650w psu as seasonic make these to what to do



I couldn't resist, i've pulled the trigger this evening. It had better be good as I certainly didn't budget for it :-D

It's £111 on the latest Scan DOTD. I also picked up a Samsung F3 drive while I was there. Considering I bought my case and an ATI 5850 yesterday so it has been an expensive week.

Just need to get my i5 compatible motherboard, processor and RAM now :cry:
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