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Cooler Master V1300 Platinum 80 PLUS Rated 1300W PSU ATX £139.95 Delivered @ AWD-IT
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Cooler Master V1300 Platinum 80 PLUS Rated 1300W PSU ATX £139.95 Delivered @ AWD-IT

£139.95£17018%AWD-IT Deals
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Posted 12th Feb

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Serious amount of power, and I'm not sure what sort of build would utilise 1300 watts, but it is good to have overhead! Fully modular, 10 year warranty, 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency also.

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ATX 24-Pin Connectors: 1
EPS 4+4 Pin Connectors: 1
EPS 8 Pin Connector: 1
SATA Connectors: 16
Peripheral 4-Pin Connectors: 8
FDD Cable 4-Pin Connectors: 1
PCI-e 6+2 Pin Connectors: 12

PFC: Active PFC
ATX Version: ATX 12V
Input Voltage: 110-240V
Input Current: 15-8A
Input Frequency: 50-60Hz
Dimensions (L x W x H): 201.2 x 150 x 86 mm
Fan Size: 135mm
Fan Bearing: TBB
Efficiency: 92% Typical Load
80 PLUS Rating: 80 PLUS Platinum
ErP 2014 Lot 3: Yes
Operating Temperature: 0-50°C
MTBF: >100,000 Hours
Protections: OVP, OPP, SCP, OCP, UVP, OTP
Regulatory: cTUVus, TUV, CE, CCC, FCC, EAC, RCM, BSMI, KC
Wattage: Above 750W
80 Plus: Platinum
Modular: Full Modular
Series: V Platinum Series
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Hello Mr Smyth, heat added Mark
id be carefull i got a V1200 and it went pop sent it back to get replaced/repair and they refunded me and told me nothing can be done and they are end of life so no replacements
Last few decades have all been about right sizing rather than bigger equals better. At bottom of its efficiency curve this unit starts at 44%

There is a review at tomshardware here
Unless you are going to massively overclock AND/OR have multiple high end GPUs in your system. This is pointless.

Or I guess you could repurpose it for welding duties :P
Nice, but larger than standard ATX PSU - check your case has room.
But I can't think of a use case except mining where more than 800W is required, which you can get for £100
Why not save the cash for other purposes?

(e.g. running a dual 8 core Xeon 3.6GHz, 10GB ethernet, GPU, HDDs, etc off a 750W PSU)
This one or a 488!! Difficult decision
abaxas12/02/2020 17:39

Unless you are going to massively overclock AND/OR have multiple high end …Unless you are going to massively overclock AND/OR have multiple high end GPUs in your system. This is pointless.Or I guess you could repurpose it for welding duties :P


Or use it to build a spacecraft
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