Cooler Master Ultimate Series 700W PSU Review


Pcwizkid reviews The Cooler Master Ultimate Series 700W PSU. In today’s world of PCI-E cards, sli and, crossfire Power is a must-have. Coming up short in your wattages, or getting a subpar PSU with poor temperature regulation could and will make a normally stable system useless. Cooler Master is the right guy for the job they have been making PSU’s for quite a while now and seem to do a decent job every time they come out with a new design. Let’s get a closer look at this PSU and its features.

ModelRS-700-AAAA-A3
TypeIntel ATX 12V V2.3 / SSI EPS 12V V2.92
Dimension (W / H / D)150 x150 x 86 (mm)
Input Voltage90~264V
Input Current10A@115Vac / 5A@230Vac
Input Frequency Range47~63Hz
PFC>0.9
Power Good Signal100~500ms
Hold Up Time>17ms
Efficiency>87%
MTBF>100,000hrs
ProtectionOVP / OCP / OPP / SCP / UVP / OTP
Output Capacity700W
Max. Output Capacity840W
Operation Temperature0~40 C (Nominal Input Voltage)
RegulatoryNEMKO / TUV / CE / GOST / C-tick / UL / FCC
Fan120mm Fan
CertificationSLI / 80 Plus
ConnectorM/B 24 Pin Connector x 1
CPU 4+4 Pin x 1
PCI-E 8 Pin x2
PCI-E 6 Pin x4
Peripheral x 5
SATA x 6
Floppy x 1
The allocation of the AMPS / Wattage is as follows:

 

The UCP 700W provides 133W across the +3.3V and +5V rails and divides the +12V(1-4) into four 19A rails for a total of 624W. This is enough power for that PC Gamer looking to set up a multi-GPU nVidia SLI setup for example. Thanks to the high-efficiency ratings, you can feel confident the power is delivered consistently and reliably when you need it.

 

 

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