Plenty of power for high-end systems.
Can handle a system with overclocked CPU.
Three GTX 580s overclocked.
Short PSU Design and Modular.
Quiet even under high load.
Handled temperatures at full power well in excess of rated temp spec.
Regulated even better hot than it did cold.
Not 100% Modular.
By Bjorn3D on August 24, 2011
Can we recommend the Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W PSU to our readers? The PSU does deserve a recommendation. It performed really well, not only in power delivery, but also in voltage regulation and overall acoustics even at really high loads...-
By Kitguru.net on November 11, 2010
A few weeks ago we reviewed the , an extremely impressive power supply on a variety of levels. While 600W should be enough for most systems, there will always be a more demanding audience who need higher levels of power.For this particular audience...90
By JonnyGuru on July 26, 2010
As only the second 1200 watt unit I've tested to clear 80 Plus Gold, Coolermaster's latest and greatest just barely squeaks itself into a recommendation. This is fitting, for it only barely cleared 80 Plus Gold, and only barely kept ripple in...90
By Overclockers Club on July 25, 2010
Price Per the Watt: Power Supply Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W at $269.99 = $0.23/Watt (07-2010) The build quality of the Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W power supply is excellent - the finish is good and comes very well packaged with...-
By Tech Arkade on July 16, 2010
Performance:This power supply performed very well in our testing. The single 12v rail only fluctuated a mere 1.7%, the 5v 1.2%, and the 3.3v line 0.04%. So, overall it puts out extremely accurate power and at the same time was very, very quiet and...95
By Xtreme CPU on July 06, 2010
The Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200w is a worthy PSU. Only a few minor things keep it from being a truly great unit. It seems that there is, on average, one small flaw in every aspect of this unit. The efficiency is great, don't get us wrong, but...-
By ThinkComputers on June 23, 2010
Cooler Master uses three new technologies in the Silent Pro Gold series: Heat Transform Technology (HTT), Hybrid Transformer, and Hyper Path. HTT uses an L-shaped heatsink, which helps “guide airflow along the head sink to improve air...80
By HardwareZone.com on June 22, 2010
At around $429, this power supply unit certainly commands a premium price. There's no doubt that it's aimed solely at enthusiasts who are looking for the high efficiency and wattage afforded by this model. For the rest of us who can't see...-
By Ninjalane on June 19, 2010
All things considered the Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W can support quite a number of systems including high-end overclocking and gaming rigs. The only real limitation comes in the form of PCI Express video card support. Given that most video...-
By 3dGameMan on June 17, 2010
Video Review: Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W Power Supply is one of the best power supply out there. It's 80 Plus Gold certified, ATI CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI certified, has Japanese capacitors, quiet 135mm fan, modular design, 5 year...-