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CoolMax RM-750 Aluminum Power Supply

Author:  Mike Santini
Date:  2008.10.12
Topic:  PowerSupply
Provider:  CoolMax
Manufacturer:  CoolMax

CoolMax RM-750 Aluminum Power Supply

CoolMax Logo


The CoolMax RM-750 was definitely packed well. The PSU was packed tightly with plastic foam, and the cables where neatly wrapped next to it. All in all, the packaging was good to say the least. There should be no damages from shipping, unless the driver feels the need to run it over.


Closer Look

A closer look at the RM-750 shows a very sleek design. All black with a gold fan grill. The cables are wrapped in mesh for ease of use, and the CoolMax logo is stylishly emblazoned on the back of the PSU. Something to note about the CoolMax RM-750 is that it feels sturdy all around. There is something about the feel of this PSU that makes you trust it with your PC. Overall, the RM-750 looks wonderful and we cant wait to test it.


Something rather interesting about this PSU is the fact that it's part of the RoHS Directive. "The main objective of the RoHS Directive is the restriction of hazardous substances (Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Hexavalent Chromium, Polybrominated biphenals and Polybrominated diphenyl ethers) in electrical and electronic equipment, thereby contributing to the protection of human health and the environment."

This pretty much means that if you decided to throw this PSU into a lake (which you shouldn't, it's rather nice), it wouldn't contaminate it with lead, mercury, or other harmful materials. By buying equipment that's part of the RoHS Directive, you too, can be a Planateer (minus the power ring).


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