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Review: Cooler Master MasterWatt (650W)

by Tarinder Sandhu on 17 October 2017, 13:01

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Conclusion

...Cooler Master has a solid PSU line-up that is ideal for mainstream PC builds that don't need the latest Platinum or Titanium supplies...

Cooler Master comes armed to the mainstream PSU party with a quartet of supplies under the MasterWatt banner.

The 650W model uses an established HEC platform to provide 80 PLUS Bronze certification in a supply that also provides two things we look for at this price point: semi-modular cabling and a passive-fan mode - at up to 15 per cent, or 100W, in this instance.

In all other respects, Cooler Master has a solid PSU line-up that is ideal for mainstream PC builds that don't need the latest Platinum or Titanium supplies, and savings made here can obviously be repurposed elsewhere.

Backed by a five-year warranty and offering everything a budding PC builder will need for a mainstream machine, Cooler Master hits most of the right notes. Recommended.

The Good
 
The Bad
Five-year warranty
Hybrid fan mode
Semi-modular cabling
Solid performance for price
 
Tough competition



Cooler Master MasterWatt 650W

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Tad close to the far better Corsair TX series 80+ Gold PSUs price-wise, though.