Specifications, Availability, And Pricing
The unit measures 150mm x140mm x 86mm, allowing it to fit in standard ATX cases. Immediately noticeable is the fact that it lacks a modular design. For some it wouldn't matter, but after reviewing the last couple of Ultra units, modular design is a very welcome feature.
With that fact in mind, pricing is set with an MSRP of $119.99, while over at Newegg at the time of writing it can be had for just $79.99. With the money spent, you are also picking up a decent list of protective features; Over Voltage Protection, Under Voltage Protection, Over Power Protection, Short Circuit Protection and Over Temperature Protection.
All of these are designed to shut the unit down when something goes belly up, either internally or from dirty power. To top it off, it has worked for an 80 Plus Silver Certification, though it can not be found on the 80 Plus website.
An interesting feature is active control of the 120mm fan, meaning that it isn't whirring away at a constant speed. An internal module monitors the temperature and overall power draw, raising or lowering fan speed when necessary to help control noise levels.
Cooler Master offers a five year limited warranty with this product, too.
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