Cooler Master introduces B and V series of power supplies

Cooler Master has introduced two new lines of power supply units (PSU) that target different segments of the market.

The B series has been designed for budget-oriented systems and offers three new models – B500, B600 and B700 (500, 600 and 700 watts of power respectively). The line offers protection against over-voltage, under-voltage, overload and short circuits. In addition the B line gets cooled by a 120 mm fan and has 85 per cent of power efficiency.

The V line is a high-end line that offers three models – the V700, V850 and V1000 (700, 850 and 1000 watts of power respectively). Targeting expensive computers the V series also offers protection against over-voltage, under-voltage, overload and short circuits but gets cooled by a 135 mm fan and fully supports 80 Plus Gold.

Pricing is unknown.

Source: Cooler Master

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