Cooler Master SilentPro M500 review - Inside the psu
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Wednesday, 27 May 2009 13:10
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From the first look we immediately notice the huge heatsinks!


Filtering stage is one of the best I have seen, with 2 c-capacitors,2 x-capacitors and 2 ferrite rings!


The fuse is also protected in protective material to ensure that internal components will remain intact if it blows.


Here we can see the 2 thermistors that regulate the 135mm fan speed accordingly to the temperature.


Main capacitors are made by Nippon and they are rated at 105 degrees.


Here we can have a closer look at the design of Silent Pro series, with a copper plate between mosfets and heatsink.


The huge 135mm fan is made by Young Lin Tech, I have never heard if this before...


Now we can move to the testing!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 July 2009 16:37

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