Final Thoughts and Conclusions
The UCP 900W power supply is another good addition to Cooler Mater’s full line up of PC switching mode PSUs.  The UCP 900W power supply’s voltage regulation, line regulation and cross-loading regulation are all good. The overall efficiency is excellent and AC ripple noise suppression is good, especially on the +12V outputs.  Under normal operating conditions (below 600W load) the UCP 900W is very quiet.  The PSU comes fitted with a large assortment of hard-wired cables and connectors that can support multiple, high-end video cards.  And let’s not forget that industrial look finish, active PFC, and a 5-year warranty. 


The MSRP for the Cooler Master UCP 900W power supply is $299.99 USD but you can find it online for around $215.00. 

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Strengths:
    900 watts continuous power output (1,080W peak)
    Good voltage regulation and clean outputs on +12V rails
    Supports latest EPS12V v2.92 and ATX12V v2.3 standards
    High quality Japanese capacitors (solid polymer caps on secondary)
    Very quiet during normal operation
    Excellent efficiency – up to 89% (80 Plus Silver certified)
    All hardwired cables, fully sleeved
    Six PCI-E connectors (four 6-pin and two 8-pin)
    Active PFC with Universal AC line input
    OVP / OCP / OPP / SCP / UVP / OTP protection with fault indicator LED
    Unique style gives this PSU a heavy duty appearance
    5-Year limited warranty 

Minor Weaknesses:
    No modular cables

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Cooler Master UCP 900W Power Supply

I would like to thank our friends at Cooler Master for sending us the UCP 900W PSU to review.  Be sure to use our price checking engine to find the best price on any of Cooler Master’s great products or anything else you may want to buy!
 
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