CoolerMaster UCP 1100 Power Supply
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Owning an SLI or Crossfire configuration means that you need to also own a very good power supply. Having built quite a few systems with SLI and Crossfire i know firsthand how much power these systems require, especially when the platform is build with two high end graphics cards. And if this wasn’t enough two, three or four graphics cards also require clean and stable power to work at their full capacity. Not too long ago we tested the Cooler Master UCP 900 power supply and the results were practically excellent. However due to the increasingly demand on more and more power today we are taking a look at the UCP 1100 which is more or less the same but this time with an output of 1100W instead of 900W found in the smaller variant. 200W are enough to power another high end graphics card and the reason behind this test is whether or not the UCP 1100 can perform on par with its smaller brother regardless the larger Watt output.
Cooler Master really needs no introduction as they have been a part of the PC aftermarket field since the very beginning. Their products are always high in quality, stylish and innovative while at the same time their performance is excellent throughout the board. Cooler Master was founded with the mission of providing the industry's best thermal solutions. Since its establishment a decade ago, the company has remained faithful to this mission, emerging as a world leader in products and services for companies dealing with devices where heat issues must be resolved. In pursuing this mission, Cooler Master is absolutely committed to delivering solutions that precisely meet customer requirements for features, performance, and quality.
UCP is short for Ultimate Circuit Protection which is a great feature that insures the safety of your system components. However the UCP series by Cooler Master is not based solely on their protection feature, they are in fact based in their very high efficiency factor. The UCP series is the first in the market to achieve the 80Plus silver certification which is the second best rating a power supply can achieve and in short it means that this power supply delivers clean, stable power, comes with high efficiency and burns less electricity than other power supplies. What more can one ask from a power supply?