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|21st August 2008, 13:26||#1|
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Cooler Master UCP 1100W power supply review
As you've probably guessed by now, the UCP 1100W is a 1100 Watt power supply with a maximum output of 1320 Watts, which conforms to the 80 Plus Silver efficiency standard, with an efficiency rating of 89.05% at 50% load and 86.99% on average, making it one of the first PSUs in this particular power range to gain such certification.
With all of that power at its disposal, you'd expect to see it paired up with a lot of connectivity cabling-wise, and that's exactly what we find here. Aside from the normal 24-pin power and a couple of eight-pin motherboard power connectors, the UCP 1100W also supports a single floppy drive, nine Serial ATA devices and five Molex connectors. The power supply certainly isn't lacking in its support for PCI Express graphics boards, with three eight-pin and six six-pin PCI Express power connectors on offer here too - Needless to say, this unit is also NVIDIA SLI certified, and running 3-way or Quad SLI (as well as CrossFireX) should be possible with the amount of power and connectivity on show here.
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