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Cooler Master launches MasterWatt Lite Series of PSUs

by Mark Tyson on 17 January 2017, 14:01

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Cooler Master has just launched a new series of PC PSUs. The new MasterWatt Lite 230V Series of PSUs aims to appeal to those looking for a reliable, affordable power supply with some high-end perks for greater stability. Cooler Master will initially be selling four models in its MasterWatt Lite range, with 400W / 500W / 600W / 700W power ratings.

MPX-4001-ACABW-UK

Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 400 PSU

400w, 80plus White, 85% efficiency, UK Cable

£39.99

MPX-5001-ACABW-UK

Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 500 PSU

500w, 80plus White, 85% efficiency, UK Cable

£44.99

MPX-6001-ACABW-UK

Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 600 PSU

600w, 80plus White, 85% efficiency, UK Cable

£54.99

MPX-7001-ACABW-UK

Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 700 PSU

700w, 80plus White, 85% efficiency, UK Cable

£64.99

 

These 80 Plus Standard 230V EU Certified PSUs feature an advanced circuit design with Active PFC + PWM combined with dual forward topology and double EMI filters to deliver efficiency (typically 85 per cent) and stability. Inside the PSUs a Cooler Master 120mm HDB temperature control fan spins quietly.

0.5W system standby

Cooler Master has built the MasterWatt Lite series to be compliant with new ErP regulations so your PSU uses less than 0.5W on system standby in normal situations. Furthermore, efficiency is greater than 82/85/82 per cent at 20/50/100 per cent load to fulfil the strict EU617/2013 regulations, said to now be mandatory in Europe.

A full set of protections including OCP/OVP/UVP/SCP/OPP with built-in Over Temperature Protection (OTP) are present.

These are captive cable power supplies with connectors provided as shown in the table above.

Cooler master says that you will be able to buy a MasterWatt Lite PSU within two weeks. Suggested retail pricing is shown in the uppermost table.



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Now is it made by Cooler Master, or is it made by CWT or Seasonic or some other company and Cooler Master just slapped its logo on the PSU?
Looks like an FSP unit going by the fan grill, I'll give it an initial “meh” rating for now lol.

http://www.fsp-group.com.tw/upload/2013/07/02/1372773634.jpg
Coolermaster doesn't make any psu's. Their main supplier is Enhance while they also have some FSP, CWT and the odd Seasonic unit. Sadly they appear to be dropping Seasonic for the very good V series psu's in favour of Enhance.
pastymuncher
Coolermaster doesn't make any psu's. Their main supplier is Enhance while they also have some FSP, CWT and the odd Seasonic unit. Sadly they appear to be dropping Seasonic for the very good V series psu's in favour of Enhance.

That's a shame, I don't get why any manufacturer would that doesn't make the PSU In-house would use anything besides Seasonic. Or maybe CWT (but CM is already doing that one).
decends
Now is it made by Cooler Master, or is it made by CWT or Seasonic or some other company and Cooler Master just slapped its logo on the PSU?
Very few companies actually sell their own. Corsair doesn't, Cooler Master doesn't, EVGA doesn't, Thermaltake doesn't…