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post #4 of (permalink) Old 03-20-2019, 08:23 AM
shilka
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There are more than one Silent Pro series from Cooler Master so which one do you have?
By far the worst one is the Silent Pro Gold which are god awful so if you have one of those replace ASAP

Edit: if you have a 600 watt unit its either a Silent Pro M or a Silent Pro Gold
The Gold as said is junk and the Silent Pro M is 11 years old and the 12v rail is only rated for 480 watts

In either case you will need a new PSU

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