CoolerMaster shows a bunch of new products

CoolerMaster shows a bunch of new products

CoolerMaster has unveiled a bunch of new products that belong to the new Master line of CM products. The new Master products include power supplies, CPU coolers and a new chassis, which enables system builders to equip a modern PC with CoolerMaster hardware from the ground up.

We’ll start with the chassis first – called MasterCase 5 the chassis is very beautiful and allows users to customize it in almost any way. The MasterCase 5 is an ATX full tower that can be custom-ordered with any combination of drive bays, front and top panels, built-in fans, side panels and more. The MasterCase 5 supports multi-GPU configurations as well as tons of drives and an enterprise-grade PSU. No word on pricing or when you can get this beauty but it will soon be available for grabs.

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A PC without a power supply unit is nothing but a combination of hardware parts and that’s why CoolerMaster has unveiled the MasterPower line of smart PSUs. The new line offers 80 Plus Titanium efficiency, a fully modular design, a fan that spins only when a certain temperature/load threshold is exceeded and an interface that allows the user to monitor the PSU not only via the desktop but also by using a smartphone or a tablet. The MasterPower line currently includes three models with 1000W, 1200W and 1500W of power output so there’s some serious power for multi-GPU users and overclockers.

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Finally CoolerMaster has unveiled the MasterAir and MasterLiquid CPU coolers. They feature air and liquid cooling as their names suggest. The MasterAir looks a lot like the old V8 GTS but unlike it, the MasterAir is a single fin-stack, tower-type cooler with two 140 mm fans in a push-pull configuration. In addition to that the MasterAir features a 3D vapor chamber, which combines the benefits of a horizontal (plate making direct contact with CPU) and vertical (heat gets conducted through the fin-stack) vapor chambers. Eight conventional copper heat pipes finish the description of the MasterAir.

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As to the MasterLiquid – this one is a do-it-yourself liquid cooling solution with all the components inside, such as CPU blocks, reservoirs, coolants, fittings, tubing and 2 x 140 mm radiators branded by Cooler Master.

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There’s no word on how much all these new CM products cost or how much you have to pay to get one of them.

(pictures courtesy of Techpowerup)

Source: Techpowerup.com

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