It has been three quick summer months since our last PSU report, which happened to be on the Thermaltake Litepower 450W article written by yours truly back in June. The Thermaltake Litepower 450W that I've looked at is a budget oriented power supply. Although Thermaltake classified it as being 'green' and 'efficient', the price to performance ratio was a bit lacking; especially considering its $90 price tag. But what we have today at APH Networks is a power supply that is not only aiming for efficiency -- but also addresses the enthusiast market at a competitive price, combined with large power rating. Cooler Master promises that their latest creation is not 'just another kilowatt power supply' in context -- the Silent Pro M 1000W promises to deliver lots of power with as little noise as possible, as denoted by its name. As far as world domination goes, it is clear that the Silent Pro M series certainly did set its sight on Earth. Just by taking a look at the retail box (Which we'll show you in just a moment) makes one fear the dominance of the power supply! Just the sheer thoughts of it will cause fear and panic to all mankind, lol. Anyways, in all seriousness, I found the Cooler Master Silent Pro M 1000W's name to be pretty interesting, because it wasn't all too long ago that 1000W power supplies are still quite a distance from being 'silent', due to several technological limitations. With the Silent Pro M series recently refreshed by Cooler Master by an addition of 850W and 1000W editions to the product family, we were able to get our hands on the 1000W version for our report today. We'll be especially keen on seeing how the Cooler Master Silent Pro M 1000W lives up to its name!
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