|Brand Name||Cooler Master|
|Item model number||RS720-SPM2D3-US|
|Item Weight||6.45 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 3.4 x 7.1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.9 x 3.4 x 7.1 inches|
Cooler Master Silent Pro M2-720W 80 PLUS Bronze Power Supply with Modular Cables (RS720-SPM2D3-US)
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- Copper-aluminum heatsink for superior heat conductivity
- 135 mm Intelligent Silent Fan spins effortlessly to cool your system
- Multiple Power Protections design
- Single 12 V power rail maximizes power control
- Modular cabling allows greater airflow through the PSU
- 80 PLUS BRONZE certified
- Meets ERP-2011 requirement for minimum power consumption
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Cooler Master now proudly presents the 2nd edition of Silent Pro M, the Silent Pro M2 power supply unit. Riding a singular 12 V rail, the Silent Pro M2 provides a generously abundant power source to any computing system and is 80 PLUS BRONZE class certified. A skillfully crafted aluminum-copper heatsink combined with an intelligent 135 mm silent fan and modular cabling design allow lower temperatures and decibel, thus extending the life of your system.
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I don't have information regarding power consumption at idle, load or even if the fans spin slower/faster depending on the system load. In any case, I never hear the fans spinning, I only hear the CPU fan which is kind of load.
This PSU powers up an ASUS P5Q3 DELUXE, 4GB 1333Mhz, 3 HDDs, Core 2 Quad Q9300, GTX 770 4GB Windforce and an ASUS Xonar. Never failed, in about 1 year of use.
P.S.: Something I REALLY LOVE about this PSU is that, when there are some energy peaks(when the energy goes down an up again, real quickly, don't know how to call it), the PSU holds the computer ON for 1-2 seconds. My monitor turns off, the light goes off, I am sure I'm gonna die in the game I'm playing and BOOM - I'm still alive! I believe this is because of some capacitors or something in the PSU because there is no power stabilizer and, when I had the previous PSU, the computer would turn off insntantly.
You only have to use the cables you really need, there are many options and my (really old)case looks so more organized than it was with the previous PSU!
Bought the EVGA SuperNOVA 1600W P2 PLATINUM PS instead. It fits and is FULLY MODULAR. For $45 more, worth every penny. If I don't sell this one, it will go into something else. Sigh....
My 30 days have passed so have a brand new, open box one for sale if anyone's interested.