Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer, has launched their new power supply series, the Silent Pro Hybrid (SPH). The new series offers a string of new features, namely “Fan-less” operation for complete silence and a discrete control module for on-the-fly changing of fan speed. It comes bundled with a 7V fan power port and the 5.25-inch drive bay fan controller module, allowing Silent Pro Hybrid PSUs to directly power the fans taking the load off the motherboard. This direct connection provides the user with immediate and on-the-fly control over the 135mm Super Silent Hydraulic Bearings power supply fan. The controller can also regulate three more system fans if required. The PSU and system fan speeds can be adjusted independently via two dials. The new SPH series will be available in different power capacities starting with the 1050W (SPH-1050W) which retails for Rs.18,000 and a 1300W (SPH-1300W) which retails for Rs. 20,000.
Bringing some peace and quite to desktop computing
The Silent Pro Hybrid Series seeks to curb fan noise to the minimum. The power supply fan can be completely turned off to essentially operate in dead silence. This mode persists until loads become greater than 200W. Once this load barrier is breached, a safe mode will activate the fan and cool according to the level of the load. It also offers a fully modular cable system thus different system needs can be accommodated. Users can select the cables to be installed for clean and efficient cable routing. This reduces clutter and also improves system ventilation. If the need for high wattage arises, users can simple swap the main unit by detaching the cables and in no time the system is up and running again.
The series is 80Plus Gold certified and has enough juice to support 4-way SLI/CrossFire and dual CPU. Use of quality components, such as Japanese capacitors, 135mm hydraulic bearing fan, multiple protection circuits brings higher reliability and all models carry a five year warranty.
Published Date: Feb 18, 2012 03:10 pm | Updated Date: Feb 18, 2012 03:10 pm