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Pros: -Very quiet
-It was easy to connect everything (all of the cables I needed were included)
-Has a nice look to it. (Very simple and sleek)
Now to show you that I'm not shallow and that I care about more than just the cosmetics of this PSU:
-Appropriate voltage for my dual SLI GTX 660s and seems to run them no problem at all
-The fan curve is appropriate, right out of the box. (No adjustments needed)
-Did I mention this thing is very quiet?
Cons: -The cables were just a little stiff. Just do a little bending back and forth and it will take care of that problem.
Other than that: So far? I got nothing.
Other Thoughts: I'm quite new to the PC building game, but I consider myself educated enough to confidently build a PC myself and even for someone else.
I bought this PSU as a replacement for a 5+ year old ULTRA 550W, (I'm not too sure exactly how old the ULTRA was seeing as I got it for free as a "hand-me-down" from my Uncle at the time) that has been in my first machine since I built it about a year ago. The only reason I needed a new PSU was because I decided to SLI my GPU's and the 550W just wasn't cutting it.
The Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 is currently powering the following:
Mobo: MSi 970A-G46
CPU: AMD FX-6300 3.5GHz (Black Edition)
RAM: 8GB (4GBx2) G.Skill Sniper Series
GPU: 2 EVGA GTX 660 SC
HDD: Western Digital 1TB
SSD: SanDIsk ReadyCache 32GB (This works like magic)
I believe that's about it.
Even though I have only had this PSU for approximately 24 hours, it still is rocking my rigs world at a relatively cheap price.
Since this review may be done a little too prematurely: If anything happens to this PSU in the near future, I will be sure to come here to complain about it first, before calling Cooler Master just to tell you guys that I am sorry for leading you on. =].
If you're considering purchasing the Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 720W debate no more! This is the right one for YOU. =].