Hiper are a well known company among enthusiasts today, they mostly market high performance computer PSUs and media chassis, and we reviewed several of their PSUs in the past and found them to be good products.
Hiper have three different series of PSUs, the Type-S series consisting of low output and simple units, Type-R MKII series consisting of modular high performance units and the Type-M series consisting of non-modular high performance units. Setting the Type-S series aside, the main difference between the Type-M and Type-R MKII units are the modular cable connectors. Today we will take a look at one of the most powerful Type-M series units, the 4M780. Let us see how well this upgraded version of the older Type-M unit will perform.
Packaging and Bundle
The Hiper Type-M 780W unit shares the same kind of packaging with the rest of the units of the series and is supplied in an extremely simple but sturdy cardboard box. There is nothing noteworthy about the artwork of the package, but environmental conscious people will be glad to know that it is made out of recycled paper. The unit is well secured between two thick Styrofoam pieces. The bundle of the Hiper Type-M unit is basic, but not lacking. You will find all of the extra cables and connectors inside a simple plastic bag, the modular AC power cable and both an UK and EU plug and 4 screws. Finally you will find a basic users guide and two stickers with the company logo.