Cooler Master Expands PSU Line Up With New GM Series

Prunes - October 15, 2013 12:51PM in Power Supplies

A new addition to Cooler Master's PSU line up has been released. Called the GM Series, it will be available in 450, 550, 650, and 750 W capacities. The PSUs will be semi-modular and have an 80PLUS Bronze certification. On top of that, they will use a unique 3D circuit design that will reduce the amount of unnecessary internal cabling, which in turn reduces crosstalk and signal noise, while allowing for better airflow to critical components. The GM Series will be based on a single +12 V rail design with a DC-DC module that increases voltage stability and overall efficiency. Furthermore, the PSUs will support C6/C7 sleep state along with a zero load operation feature, which ensures Haswell compatibility. 

The PSUs will be cooled by a single 120 mm fan and, as stated above, be semi-modular with flat ribbon cables. As for connectivity, the 650 W and 750 W will have a 24-pin ATX, an 8-pin EPS, four 6+2-pin PCI-Express, eight SATA, six Molex and one floppy connector. The 450 W and 550 W will have to settle with two 6+2-pin PCI-Express, and less Molex and SATA connectors.

The GM Series will be available in Europe as of next week with a MSRP set at around €41.93 for the G450M, €50.34 for the G550M, €58.74 for the G650M and €67.14 for the G750M.

Source: Fudzilla