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Cooler Master this week expanded its line of power supplies by introducing its new GM Series under its gaming umbrella. Billed as being "efficient and valuable," Cooler Master says these new PSUs boast better efficiency and improved heat dissipation thanks in part to being manufactured with a unique 3D circuit design. The GM Series also boasts semi-modular cabling with flat-ribbon cables.
Semi-modular means that only the most basic system cables are permanently attached, including the main ATX12V line. The reason some PSUs are fully modular is because it can be easier to install a PSU without cables dangling out, though the main connectors always end up being plugged in at some point anyway.
The GM Series features a single +12V rail design and 80 Plus Bronze certification. They're available in 450W, 550W, 650W, and 750W models, though so far they've only been launched in Europe. No word on when they'll ship stateside or for how much.