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Rosewill RBR1000-MS - BRONZE Series - 1000-Watt Active PFC Power Supply - Continuous @ 104 Deg. F (40C), 80 PLUS Bronze, Semi-Modular Cable Design, ATX 12V v2.3 / EPS 12V, SLI & CrossFire Ready

  • ATX12V v2.31 / EPS12V 2.92
  • 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified
  • Semi-Modular Design

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In a computing world of new video and audio cards, add-ons, higher-powered chips and more, the search for power goes ever on. Rosewill's RBR1000-M satisfies your power-hungry virtual instincts, and keeps you running at your best. Clad in a sleek black shell, lit within with a cool blue light, the impression is one of cool, secret power, ready to do your bidding!

The PSU is ready for your SLI or CrossFire configuration with both 6Pin and 8Pin PCIe connectors. There are also 12 SATA, 6 Molex and 2 Floppy connectors, so you load your system to fill any need. A four rail configuration balances the power output for consistent performance.

Keeping it cool is a 135mm Blue LED Dual-ball-bearing fan and an openwork grille on the back panel. With its 80 PLUS BRONZE certification, less energy is wasted as heat or interference, delivering more power to your hungry system!

  • newegg ATX12V and EPS12V Compatible Compatible with the ATX12V (ATX 2.3) and EPS12V standards, the Rosewill RBR1000-M provides maximum power stability to drive the processors as well as other components for desktop and server computer systems.
  • newegg 1000W Continuous Power A continuous power of 1000W @ 40°C delivers safe, reliable output for even the most extreme computer systems. Four industry-leading independent +12v rails are provided for more stable and safer power output.
  • newegg 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified The 80 PLUS BRONZE certified power supply provides high power efficiency of at least 82% at any load between 20% and 100%, saving your money on your electrical bill, reducing heat in your computer's system and prolonging its life.
  • newegg Multiple PCI-E Connectors With both 6-pin and 8-pin PCI-E connectors, the Rosewill RBR1000-M is ideal for building up a SLI or CrossFire gaming system.
  • newegg Modular Cable Design The modular cable design allows use of only the cables you need resulting in improved internal airflow and reduced system clutter.
  • newegg Quiet Operation The silent 135mm 2-ball-bearing blue LED fan delivers high efficient cooling and ensures quiet operation through fan speed adjustments in response to loading conditions.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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Customer Reviews of the Rosewill RBR1000-MS

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  • Michael W.
  • 1/4/2016 11:53:07 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDoA

Pros: It would have had a blue glow to go with my color scheme

Cons: Item was dead
Too many permanent cords attached, makes cable management a nightmare.

Other Thoughts: Got this item for Christmas, as my current power supply seems to be dying off. Set everything up and.... Nothing, no power to the computer even with the bare minimum of connections. This was quite frustrating. Waiting on my RMA so I can purchase something else.

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  • James M.
  • 12/29/2015 4:08:53 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Power Supply with Plenty of Extras!

Pros: -Easy Installation into my Stryker case.
-Nice and quiet!
-Comes with a bag full of additional adaptors for all the toys!
-Additional power ports on the case are great!

Cons: -A hefty sucker! However, that's something that should be expected.

Other Thoughts: -Would recommend to anyone building a decent rig!

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/25/2015 1:11:40 PM

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome product! I'm glad I bought it.

Pros: This product was very easy to install and easy to setup. It's very quite, the LED is very blue and it comes with extra cords.

Cons: None as of now.

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  • 12/9/2015 11:31:49 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat psu for teh price

Pros: I got this PSU for a little more than 60 bucks on sale. This was a great price for a semi-modular psu of its type. My system doesn't run anywhere near its wattage rating, so I should be set for the future. It comes with tons of cables, pretty much every situation is covered. I also like the blue LED fan, but I am looking to see if there is a way to make this red in the future.

Cons: None at all.

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  • david r.
  • 12/9/2015 10:32:57 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsNot happy

Pros: Cheap

Cons: Works, but started making a clicking/chirping noise after 3 days.

Other Thoughts: Get something else

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  • Luigi C.
  • 11/26/2015 1:10:07 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs4 years, 4 months STRONG

Pros: This PSU has never failed me ONCE in the past 4 years. With all the crazy weather in Alabama, with power outages and what not, this PSU has withstood many a trial through me. I've toted my case throughout college, taking home to LAN parties. It's got mileage, but I feel I could keep using it for years to come. Rosewill may not be your first option for certain things, but their power supplies have great performance and a re reliable.

Also loved the Blue LED. Went with my Black and Blue theme perfectly.

Cons: none

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  • Wesley B.
  • 11/8/2015 4:49:04 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsloads of power

Pros: I got this power supply for a new pc build and works great. loads of extra power if wanted add is another MSI 980TI gaming 6 video card.

Cons: No cons

Other Thoughts: Will had loads problems with my build at first and brought PS tester to rule out it was not PSU that went bad. So I was happy it was not the PSU here.

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  • Zach S.
  • 10/12/2015 5:41:42 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsOk

Pros: Worked great for the first 5 years

Cons: Died after 5 years after it started making a weird noise. Voltage rails running low.

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5 out of 5 eggsRosewill Bronze Series

Pros: The fan in the power source is quiet.
It came with multiple extension cables for other hardware devices.
It is not too spacious.
The power is suffiecient for any build

Cons: None so far

Other Thoughts: This product is great and should be able to handle elite builds no problem

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  • Josh M.
  • 9/18/2015 2:19:47 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsLasted 5 Years (used for 3)

Pros: Okay I'm only writing this review as it died. So I may be a tad biased. I purchased this in 2010 (man time flies). Why do I say it only lasted 3 years then, if you're reading in 2015? Because I was in the military and didn't use it for 2 whole years (I sealed it off inside a full tower case inside the FTC's original box and stored it in a climate controlled location, so this is not to blame, and it worked for about 7 months after retrieval from that location; as far as I know, everything else from there still works).

Now. I *did* love this thing. It has 100% customizable rails (8x 6pin connectors, and a variety of uses for each; I have pictures). Hell I may even buy another as a backup. But I won't be using it again (see cons) in my main rig, at least not until a new model comes in and I can verify if this killed my PC or not.

I did get a good 3 years out of this guy, and kept it clean (or so I thought, see cons). Overall as long as it's death didn't take anything else with it, a good buy. $140 When I got it, only $100 now. Would buy again, once I understand more about modern PSUs and their fuses.

I've had a few power supplies die in the past and leave the horrible odor. This one didn't leave any odor, and no scorch marks. It's probably something simple, like a capacitor or diode that went out. What I think is the fuse seems to be fine, which is what has got me worried about the integrity of my main PC.

Cons: I have been re-arranging the past week. However I do a lot of work on the PC and put off some of the work for this morning, as I would have to unplug the surge protector for the first time in 5 months. So first thing this morning I unplugged the SP, moved a small nightstand table to fit in front of the wall outlet, then plugged it back in. Went to turn on PC... nothing.

Srsy? What type of power supply dies because you unplug the surge protector it's attached to? Everything else attached to the SP still works... 2x 32" 1080p monitors, Drobo, usb Hub... only this SPU (I hope) died. I didn't have a backup PSU so I'll have to purchase another to confirm whether or not it actually took out the whole tower (I'm writing from the laptop while shopping for a new PSU). Took it to a local CPU shop and they said it was dead, and they didn't offer anything with this kind of power.

Notice; I blew this guy out at least once a month w/compressed air, but when I took it apart I noticed that the cables are tied really tight, and excesses of dust had built up anyway; really hard to maintain without disassembling it. It is REALLY cramped inside here. Hard to put back together. The interior fan is connected only to the 4 screws on top holding the grill on; once removed it is a pain to get them 'put' (Can't say 'screw' in past tense in a review) back in, as you cannot apply pressure from below, and the fan has plenty of room to simply retreat (until it reaches the cramped space beneath it, which is further than the screw actually reaches).

Other Thoughts: I took it apart immediately without even thinking. If you do this, be careful. There is a sticker covering the final screw (which states warranty void if removed). I didn't see this and ended up bending the metal (doesn't matter bought it 5 years ago, so warranty is long gone for me anyway).

The fuse (if that's what it is) is REALLY hard to get to, kind of hidden behind a large copper coil. Why do PSU manufacturers hide the fuses nowadays? REALLY? If the fuse goes it's only $1 to replace. They used to be on the outside, easily accessible. That is a really dirty marketing tactic, hiding the fuse so you have to ship the whole unit off to replace a $1 part. Not even sure if this thing is a fuse, as it reads as 100% continuity, which leads to the question why wasn't the fuse the first thing to go in case of a power surge? Does this thing even offer any protection to your components? No idea why this thing went kaput. No odd odors or smells. I'm no electrician, I just build and maintain PCs. But this has left a sour taste, which is sad because I truly loved this thing. I only just bought a 980 gtx (blower) for this thing, about 2 months ago. That may have something to do with it, I had been running an old 9800 gtx prior (yeah, I skipped over exactly one entire generation, I know, kind of funny).

I have to give it 3 eggs for now because I don't know what else this thing took with it, as there doesn't seem to be a fuse to protect anything inside your case; what I think is the fuse is perfectly fine. The guys at the shop said that no power was going into the PSU, and indeed I only got intermittent signals at the connection point. I didn't actually unplug the PSU, only the surge protector it was attached to, from the wall. So there is no physical way that this could have caused a short. I'm at a loss for now, though I admit my knowledge is extremely limited. Never knew unplugging a different cable could ruin one further up the line.

All in all this unit lasted 5 years if only used for 3. So hope this helped someone, and if you know where the fuse is on this thing, I'd like to know.

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