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Q. What is the service type ?
A. Carry In
Q. What is the type of Warranty ?
Q. What is covered in Warranty ?
A. Any Problem which has manufacturing defect will be warrantied
Q. What is not covered in Warranty ?
A. Cooler Master does not cover any accidental or physical damage.
|30 days from delivery||Damaged, Defective, Item not as described||Replacement|
|30 days from delivery||Exchange for colors and size, Does not fit||Exchange|
|10 days from delivery||Damaged, Item not as described||Replacement|
|In The Box|
|Sales Package||SMPS Unit, Cables, User Guide|
|Series||Extreme Power Plus|
|Power Output||600 W|
|ATX & EPS Version||ATX 12V v2.3|
|Power Rail||2 x 12V Power Rails|
|Input Voltage 1||110 - 115 V|
|Input Voltage 2||220 - 230 V|
|Input Current||6.3 -10 A|
|Input Frequency||47 - 63 Hz|
|Power Good Signal||100 ~ 500 ms|
|Hold Up Time||17 ms|
|Mean time between failures (MTBF)||1,00,000 hr|
|Current at DC Output of +3.3 V||25 A|
|Current at DC Output of +5 V||30 A|
|Current at DC Output of +V1 V||18 A|
|Current at DC Output of +V2 V||18 A|
|Current at DC Output of -12 V||0.8 A|
|Current at DC Output of +5 V sb||2.5 A|
|Fan Type||1 x 120 mm|
|Temperature||5 to 40 °C (Operating Temperature)|
|Protection||Over Voltage Protection (OVP), Over Power Protection (OPP), Short Circuit Protection (SCP)|
|Safety Standards||UL, CE, BSMI, FCC, GOST, C-Tick|
|Motherboard||1 Motherboard Connector with 20 + 4 pin|
|CPU||1 CPU Connector with 4 + 4 pin|
|PCI-e||2 PCI-e 6+2 pin|
|SATA||6 SATA Cables|
|Floppy||1 Floppy Connector with 4 pins|
|Peripheral||3 Peripheral Connector with 4 pins|
|Additional Features||Green Power Design|
|Width x Height x Depth||150 x 86 x 140 mm|
|Domestic Term||2 Years|
|Service Type||Carry In|
|Covered in Warranty||Any Problem which has manufacturing defect will be warrantied|
|Not Covered in Warranty||Cooler Master does not cover any accidental or physical damage.|
|Warranty Summary||Cooler Master provides domestic warranty including only manufacturing defects and services, but not defects due to mishandling.|
Many guys b4 me wrote, 'this is a bad psu'? the guys who use gtx 560ti said that their card gets heats up, most probably because of lack of airflow and ups making overload beeps,because the ups's max output capacity may be less than 500w.sure this is not a 600w psu and many of them are not. only a real power psu can deliver 90%+ of it's illustrated wattage.they may have read a lots of reviews over net and became simply paranoic.Even the cheap corsair models could not deliver what is written on their cover.I have been using this psu for 5 years,i have used many cards, some of which draws more power than a 560ti,never had an issue all these years.right now i am using this in a core i7 machine with nvidia gtx 285. which consumes more power than a 560 ti.if they think that this psu delivers 450w that is more than their requirement. a typical 560 ti core i5 machine draws 400w at 100% load.guyss
Bought this to power my old rig (Intel extreme MB, core 2 Quad 8200 pocessor, 4GB RAM, Nvidia GTX 9600GT 1 GB Graphics Card, 1x500 GB Segate HDD, 1x1 TB WD Blue) after i converted it to a home server. its been just over 90 days and the 5V rail has stopped delivering!! Now my server wont post cause the processer is not getting any power!! To add, im not sure if it has done any damage to the Proc itself - if it has that will be the true iceing on the cake :(
Now I dont know how long the RMA is going to take and even if it will be considered as a maufacturing defect (which it obviously is)! Honestly i dont want to get it reparied cause it has proven its quality to me.. id much rather buy a new one and its not going to be a CM PSU again!
Extremely disappointed at such reputed brand making such low quality stuff!!!Honestly i will never purchase a CM PSU again.
To all the folks here please go with Corsair or Seasonic if you need a PSU.
To all those complaining mates , i will say that i am using this psu since 2 years..I have a i5 661 cpu and a powercolor ati radeon hd 5850 series gpu.. 16gb ram of 1333 fsb cooler master nvidia series full size cabinet with leds and 4 fans which two of them are 120 mm...keyboard,mic,speakers,webcam..and planing to get a dedicated cpu heatsink cooler..and i play high end games for like 8 to 10 hours straight..also works on auto cad,maya,autodesk3d...and belive me this thing is running like a beast...no prob at all till date...i dont know why people are complaining i guess either they never used this or they are just going with the internet reviews..
DON'T buy this PSU, it' cannot supply more than 450W power (you can check out a review via google). The same as one more reviewer here, even I have a GTX 560 Ti which get's heated up to very high temps. even without 50% load. When the GPU is one high load, my UPS gives the 'Overload' beep which clearly shows that this thing can't handle load at all.
If you need a 600w PSU go for the Corsair one. Don't buy this. Very cheap and poor stuff from Coolermaster's side. The worst part is that they labelled it 600w. Sure, coolermaster might be popular and all, but that doesn't give them the right to misguide people. :\
This is probably the worst PSU out there guys....it can deliver only 450W of power :/
I purchased it and I have been regretting it ever since. Due to it's bad power management, my gpu is always at a high temperature. I'm afraid to use my Asus GTX 560 Ti to it's full capacity. I had saved money for 2 years and finally i could purchase a high end gaming rig...thanks to this PSU I can't use it's full potential. Now I have to save up again for the corsair GS600.
Please don't buy this. Anyone who tells you it's a good PSU needs to be labelled a liar!