Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 03-05-2008
Provided by: Cooler Master
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Introduction

With the dizzying array of power supply options available today it has become much more confusing for PC builders to decide what's good and what isn't when it comes to selecting the proper power unit. Not only are there a hundred different power supply manufacturers out there but also each one typically offers several different model lines with a dozen or more different power ratings in each. The resulting morass can make picking the right one to do the job a mind-numbing affair.

I'd be lying if I told you Cooler Master was any different. One look at their power supply product page will tell you as much. Between their eXtreme Power, eXtreme Power Plus, Real Power and Real Power Pro I was left wondering what exactly the differences were. Most of them look nearly identical, with a square black standard ATX sized case and single cooling fan, open mesh rear and nylon wrapped cables. The primary difference seems to be whether modular cables are used or not. Other than that, they all mostly offer the latest ATX v2.3 and EPS v2.91 standards.



Today I'm taking a closer look at the Real Power Pro 750W, which is a non-modular power supply with a 750W continuous load rating. Like all of the Real Power Pro line, the 750W carries a five year warranty, has an 80-plus efficiency certification and is SLI-ready with dual 6 and 8-pin PCIe configurations. It comes securely packaged in a retail box complete with carry handle and surrounded by soft closed-cell foam for protection.

Join me as I take a closer look at the Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W.


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