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Cooler Master has advanced the legacy by releasing ATX 3.0 power supplies: V Gold i, V SFX Platinum, MWE Gold V2 ATX 3.0 version.
Last year, Cooler Master presented a milestone in the history of modern technology: the first small format power supply on the market with 850 W, the V-series SFX Gold. Today Cooler Master takes the successor and pushes the limit to the maximum. Introducing V SFX Platinum, a series of small-sized power supplies focused on high density and maximum power. While we’ve increased the efficiency ratio from Gold to Platinum, we’ve also added an ATX 3.0 and PCI-e Gen 5 port, so even with a Mini-ITX build; this will be your last stop in choosing the right power supply.
High density/performance focused
The V SFX Platinum comes with 2 different powers: 1100 W and 1300 W aimed at Mini-ITX system integrators who want to be bold with their setups but don’t have enough power from the power supply. It also comes with free SFX-ATX support that unlocks the limitations between each form factor, giving end users more freedom and possible upgrades in the future. The V SFX Platinum is built with a Full Bridge LLC design, a silent 92mm fan and 100% Japanese capacitors. By adding a PCIe Gen 5 connector, the V SFX Platinum can unlock its true potential and drive all Nvidia RTX 40 series GPUs in the future.
Connect with the future
Cooler Master announces a new line of premium power supplies under the name V Gold. After years of the original V series, the V Gold series has been given a modern twist and a futuristic look. The series is an improved version and more precisely the next generation of top PC builders.
V Gold and comes in two different power levels, 750W, 850W and both have an 80 Plus Gold efficiency rating, Half Bridge LLC converter and 135mm fan. The semi-digital design allows users to monitor the unit’s status via Cooler Master’s in-house MasterControl software. Users can make necessary changes based on personal preferences and receive information through the software. This new series has a new platform that excels on all fronts. Inspired by previous PSU lines, Cooler Master strived to deliver something safe, reliable and efficient for a new era of gamers, modders and anyone who simply demands the best for and from their system.
Reborn / Reconnect from Market
MWE Gold V2 ATX 3.0 is the next step in the evolution of the ATX 3.0 power supply line. The intention was not to create a new product, but to improve the existing one to make it even better for consumers and end users. Although the MWE Gold V2 has been on the market for several years, we decided to continue the classic high-power power supply with an ATX 3.0 and PCIe Gen 5 connector and let users choose what they really want for their builds.
The classic 80 Plus Gold efficiency rating and 140mm fans provide the best performance and quiet fan noise at the same time.
All performances. No noise.
All three new lines were created with Cooler Master’s best in-house designers, offering new power experiences and new market trends. We are also deeply rooted in our communities, we understand what they want and what they would like to see from Cooler Master. The power supply is one of the most important components in building a system. So choosing the right power supply can be tricky, but we’ve got you covered.
V Gold and will be available for $189.99 (750) $209.99 (850) MSRP (prices may vary by region).
Release date: Q4 2022
The V SFX Platinum 1100 / 1300 will be available for $309.99 (1100) $329.99 (1300) MSRP (prices may vary by region).
Release date: first quarter of 2023
The MWE Gold V2 ATX 3.0 1050 / 1250 will be available for $179.99 (1050) $199.99 (1250) MSRP (prices may vary by region).
Publication date: 4th quarter 2022