Cooler Master Unveils New Power Supply Units at CES 2024

Cooler Master showcased its latest lineup of power supply units at CES 2024 in Las Vegas. The star attractions were the X Silent Max, X Silent Edge, and X Mighty PSU series, all featuring ATX 3.1 support and 12VHPWR outputs. Additionally, Cooler Master also presented SFX PSUs and V- and GX-series power supplies.

X Mighty PSU Series

The X Mighty PSU series will be available in 2800 W and 2000 W outputs. The 2800 W model boasts four 12VHPWR connectors, providing a total power of 2,400 W. These PSUs offer ATX 3.1 support, high-quality components, and 80 Plus Platinum power efficiency. They also support MasterCTRL software for monitoring temperature, load, and overall performance.

X Silent Max

The X Silent Max will be available in a 1300 W version. It features ATX 3.1 support and a single 12VHPRW output. Equipped with an ultra-quiet Cooler Master Mobius fan, it maintains a noise level of up to 20dB. The PSU utilizes a patented single-piece heat dissipation structure, combining a direct contact heatsink with heatpipes and the casing to effectively manage temperatures. It also incorporates active bridge rectifier and Infineon IC chips for optimal performance and supports MasterCTRL software.

X Silent Edge

The X Silent Edge comes in 1100 W and 850 W outputs and is the first fanless 1100 W PSU. It employs the same heatsink with extended fan cover and heatpipe technology to regulate temperatures. With ATX 3.1 support and a 12VHPWR connector, it also utilizes active bridge rectifier and Infineon ICs. Like the other models, it is compatible with MasterCTRL software.

Updated PSUs

Cooler Master also showcased updated versions of its PSUs, including the GX III Gold 850 W and the V-series V Platinum V2 1600 W model. These PSUs adhere to the ATX 3.0 and ATX 3.1 specifications, feature 12VHPWR connectors, and the V Platinum V2 1600 W model includes a Cooler Master Mobius fan. The display also included SFX PSUs, such as the V SFX Platinum in 1300 W and 1100 W versions, and the V SFX Gold in 850 W and 750 W versions.

We eagerly anticipate the release of these impressive PSUs and hope they will be available soon.