At CES this year one case that really caught my attention was the Cooler Master HAF XC. This case is still in the prototype phase, but looks extremely promising. The case can either be orientated vertical or horizontally like a test bench or HTPC.
Cooler Master has gained a lot of fame in the world revolving around cooling solutions and it has been concentrating side by side on its vast portfolio. Talking of this, it has recently launched its compact gaming keyboard, the QuickFire TK. The keyboard has been introduced in a limited edition with amazing Cherry MX Green switches and the keys come with backlighting of Razer-like green.
Cooler Master has been known since long as one of the most reliable manufacturers of high quality and high performance PC components and provides the best cooling solutions. It has added yet another one to its remarkable collection; the all new Nepton All-in-One (AIO) water cooler series.
Cooler Master throws in yet another amazing product and the world leader of manufacturing and designing computer components is ready to fight off competition in the world of PC chassis. This time it’s an extension to the Silent series of Cooler Master and they have announced the Silencio 652 which will soon become part of the series.
Today we are taking a look at a rather interesting case from Cooler Master. It is their HAF Stacker 935. What makes this case so interesting is that it is actually two cases in one. You have the HAF Stacker 925 (main compartment) which can house E-ATX, ATX and Micro-ATX motherboards. Then there is the HAF Stacker 915F which can house a Mini-ITX system or external watercooling. What is really cool about these cases is that they are stackable, hence the name HAF stacker. So with the 935 you are able to stack the 915 on the top or on the bottom of the main compartment to create the ultimate system. Cooler Master has designed these cases so you are able to route cables between the two as well. Read on as we take a look…
Cooler Master has once again come up with a new semi-DIY CPU Liquid Cooler, the Glacer 240L. This liquid cooler promise to give you its best when it comes to performance and convenience, Glacer 240L was proudly designed in the United States and was manufactured I collaboration with the best experts behind the liquid cooling, Swiftech.
Cooler Master has decided to add yet another product to its Seidon range which includes the all in one liquid cooler for CPUs. This newer addition which has been tagged as the Seidon 120V is expected to be out by the mid of this month. This version of the Seidon range has been positioned above the Seidon 120XL as it features a fuller and more pronounced CPU block along with a radiator with the dimensions of 27 x 119 x 154.
When developing the V-Series power supplies Cooler Master had one thing in mind. They wanted their name to be what you thought of when you were looking to buy a new power supply or upgrade your current one. The V-Series design is based on a brand new platform that makes use of Japanese capacitors, most of them solid capacitors, as well as a high quality 42 mm transformer. This means the power supply will have outstanding efficiency and stability. Today we are taking a look at the V850 which features a single 12V rail, an 80PLUS Gold certification, a silent 135mm fan and an all modular design. Read on as we take a look…
Four newer versions have been added to the NotePal series by Cooler Master, one of the leading manufacturers of power supplies, computer chassis and CPU coolers. Cooler master developed the Notepals to provide the best result cooling solutions and also ergonomics.
We showed you the teaser of the HAF stacker series about a week ago and now we know what it is all about. Cooler Master is saying the Stacker Series is the first ever stackable “modtower”. The series is actually made up of three cases that can be stacked on top of each other for an ultimate customized configuration. Cooler Master has taken the very popular High Air Flow and Stacker series of cases and put them together into one.
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