Hiper launches new PSU: M1000 80PLUS Bronze certified!

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Hiper launches new PSU: M1000 80PLUS Bronze certified!

To meet the increased power demand of latest GPU technology, HIPER introduces the new PSU M1000. Already it has been certified 80 PLUS® Bronze by www.80plus.org. The Hiper M1000 performs extremely well and exceeds the 80PLUS requirements by far. Also this model, which is the first one of the new M series with a new logo and packaging, has the new cable harness design of the current Type M series and comes with the semi-modular concept with ExTenders™. This grants easy assembling and a clean looking PC interior.

The high quality product M1000 has also been tested by NVIDIA for 3-way SLi and comes with a 5 years RTB warranty. The Hiper M1000 will be available soon and represents best price/performance ratio at probably the lowest RRP of all A-brand 1KW PSUs with 80 PLUS® Bronze certification: US$ 189 / € 142 / £ 118 (excl. VAT).

   
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25-11-2008, 13:22:32

D-Cyph3r
Asking far too much, even the best air coolers wont come close to the water cooling setup you have atm....


And why would you consider the Skeleton, it's an absolutely terrible case. :S

25-11-2008, 13:52:30

Kempez
Seconded!

read our review :eek:

25-11-2008, 14:06:17

SwaleSmith
I read the review and understand what yous are saying but I was wanting something much simpler/smaller and less complex than my dual loop tj07.

I sit really that bad and is there no fans that are any good for this, what temps can I expect @1.4v/4ghz
currently@ 47C idle AND A BOUT 66C Full Load

can you see a way of putting a simple WC setup on the CPU such a s 240 cm rad pump and block????

25-11-2008, 14:25:04

°TheMadDutchDude°
I'd say get an Antec Twelve Hundred (or equivilant) and use a ThermalRight Ultra 120 Extreme, one of THE best air coolers out there. Get yourself a couple of good noise vs performance fans, and you're set ;) Temps might be high though. I can't guarantee low temps. Although, my friend has a Q6600@3.6GHz with 1.45v and it has been fine for months.. can't complain I guess. (Not sure what temps, around 72 - 75 fully loaded I'd expect!)

25-11-2008, 14:44:19

SwaleSmith
not a great fan of the 1200 and it's a tower I fi was gonna change it would only be for the skeleton.

25-11-2008, 15:08:40

D-Cyph3r

I sit really that bad and is there no fans that are any good for this, what temps can I expect @1.4v/4ghz
currently@ 47C idle AND A BOUT 66C Full Load



For your setup those temps look really high....

My QX6800 is at 3.8Ghz atm with 1.48v and I idle at 28-32*C and load at 59-62*C. This is one a PA120.3. Meaning I have a hotter CPU and smaller rad. :S

And just why are you so adamant about the Skeleton despite all it's flaws? Dont get me wrong, if you really do like it go for it, but it's an absolutely immense downgrade from the class and construction of a SilverStone or Lian Li.

25-11-2008, 17:29:26

Ham
If you want small, comapct and practical, get a shuttle bare bones system and transplant your parts into there. With a little modding they can take water too.

25-11-2008, 18:32:20

D-Cyph3r
Aye, even a mid-tower can take a decent amount of gear if done right. My vote will always go to the PC-8 because I have 1. :P

[IMG]http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/oo187/D-Cyph3r/Viridis/viridis2.jpg[/IMG]

26-11-2008, 06:31:02

AydST
best air cooler for Skeleton

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v642/bigayd/openwindow.jpg[/IMG]

preferebly drop it out of one too

26-11-2008, 07:12:18

Rastalovich
Seeing all the temps here, I feel quite proud of the OCZ Vendetta2 keeping my qx9650 in it's 30s.
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