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Cooler Master V1000 Specs

Cooler Master V1000 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateApr 2013
Ports & interfaces
Motherboard power connector20+4 pin ATX
Peripheral (Molex) power connectors (4-pin)4
Number of SATA power connectors9
PCI Express power connectors (6+2 pin)8
CPU power connector (4+4 pin)
Floppy drive power connector1
Cabling typeModular
Total power1000 W
AC input voltage90 - 264
AC input frequency50 - 60
Input current6 - 12
Power factor0.9
Power Factor Correction (PFC) typeActive
Combined power (+3.3V)125 W
Combined power (+12V)996 W
Combined power (+5V)125 W
Combined power (-12V)6 W
Combined power (+5Vsb)15 W
Max output current (+3.3V)25 A
Max output current (+12V)83 A
Max output current (+5V)25 A
Max output current (-12V)0.5 A
Max output current (+5Vsb)3 A
Hold time17 ms
Power protection featuresOver power, Over voltage, Overheating, Short circuit, Under voltage
Fan diameter13.5 cm
Number of fans1 fan(s)
Cooling typeActive
Colour of productBlack
Power supply unit (PSU) form factorATX
ATX version2.31
Mean time between failures (MTBF)100000 h

Cooler Master V1000 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-11-05
Looking for a Fully Modular Power Supply Unit? – Try the Cooler Master V Series The Cooler Master brand should not be foreign to any DIY desktop PC builders. Cooler Master is known for building some of the most popular and reliable DIY gaming products...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-04
If you are going to run three or even four graphics cards then you will have to invest into a power supply of 1000 watts or more. tested 16 models between 1000 and 1250 watts. With hardware getting more and more efficient and the reduce...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-26
What exactly is a kilowatt? The textbook definition tells us a watt is a measurement of the rate of energy conversion or transfer. Since energy conversion or transfer is measured in joules, a kilowatt would then be defined as one thousand joule per sec...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-17
managed Platinum efficiency in cold testing, better than excellent voltage stability, handled fortysix degree weather, outstanding build quality, fantastic ripple suppression,not a thing,
Good day to you, fellow Earth creatures, and welcome to today's review. Our subject for this article is a brand new beast from Coolermaster, which goes by the name V1000. Certified as 80 Plus Gold, Coolermaster is hoping that this will be the unit to ...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-22
At CeBIT, Cooler Master showed off two new series of power supplies, including the V series. These new PSUs, available in 700W, 850W and 1000W, use the single-rail approach are are 80 Plus Gold certified. We tested the 1000W model. The new power sup...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-12
excellent build quality, delivered almost 1,200Watts before shutting off, high grade components inside, efficient, low noise, high grade cabling, 100% Haswell compatible, 5 year warranty,a few more SATA and Molex cables would be useful, stiff competition in this sector, Kitguru says: As good as its gets in the high end, Rating: 9.5, Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7, Share, Facebook, Twitter, Google +, Stumbleupon, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tags Cooler Mas...
Today we are looking at a power supply from Cooler Master , part of the high end V Series. This new range comprises a 700W, 850W and 1000W unit. The power supply we are reviewing today is firmly targeting the high end – it is a pure modular design w...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-09
HIghquality and reasonably silent for a highend PSU fluiddynamic bearing fan, Fullymodular, 80 Plus Gold, SCP, OVP, OPP, OCP, and OTP, Easily manageable Flat modular cables, 100% Japanese Capacitors, 5year Warranty, QuadSLI/CrossFireX ready with eight 62p...Cables are slightly shorter than the CM Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W
Although many details about Intel's new Haswell processor remains undisclosed, the fact that it introduces new levels of power efficiency and thus power requirement is something many users are aware of. Older ATX12V v2.3 design guidelines only require a m...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-08
With Computex Taipei 2013 less than a month away, tech companies are scrambling for a number of reasons. Some are using this week as launch to bring forth many products seen at CES, while others are putting finishing touches on things that will be s...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-07
When it comes to building your new rig there is one thing that often gets overlooked while being arguably the most important piece to the puzzle. That would be your power supply. After throwing down hundreds or thousands of dollars its really hard to for...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-06
Some are fortunate enough to be able to afford the latest and greatest when it comes to building a gaming rig. I venture to several forums over the day and find many posts of users building these awesome machines with dual cards like the NVidia Titan, GTX...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-21
Nice price/performance ratio (at least for the EU market), Easily delivered more than its full power at 46°C, Very good ripple suppression, Tight voltage regulation, Very good response at dynamic loads, Highly efficient, Quiet operation at normal ambient,...A few more peripheral connectors would be ideal, Short distance between the peripheral connectors, No thermal paste used on the +12V heatsinks
Cooler Master has had a significant presence in the PSU market by mostly focusing on the mainstream- and medium categories, since their high-end models weren't all that competitive, facing off against opponents with far more current designs and better...
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