As a hardcore gamer, I take my gaming tools seriously, and the mouse is no exception to a great PC gaming tool. I thought my Razer deathadder an I would be till death do us part, but when I received the Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Advance II, what’s a deathadder? This mouse with its bunch of awesome features totally was like slipping into new sheets. This mouse an I have a new relationship now, and I can say we bonded instantly.
Most CPU coolers can either be installed vertically or horizontally inside of a case, but what if I told you there’s a CPU cooler out there that is installed diagonally inside of the case? Then you’d be looking at the new Cooler Master X6 Elite which features an angled installation which Cooler Master claims to provide better cooling performance inside of the case. Read on further to see what else this cooler has in store and if it can keep up to par with other coolers.
Today we are checking out one of Cooler Master’s latest CPU coolers the X6 Elite. This CPU cooler has a very unique design as the heatsink base and fins are angled for better airflow from the front intake fans on your case. The X6 Elite also features 6 large copper heatpipes, a 120mm intake fan and honeycomb-designed heatsink fins. The is a universal cooler so it will fit the latest Intel and AMD sockets including LGA 2011 and AMD’s F1. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
“It’s been a while since we have had a CPU cooler from Cooler Master on the test bench. Well, today we have the Cooler Master TPC 812 tower cooler. With the TPC 812 Cooler Master is pairing up Vertical Vapor Chambers with traditional heatpipes to improve performance. Join us as we see just how well the Cooler Master TPC 812 performs on our Intel LGA2011 test bench.”
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“What makes the Trigger different from the Pro is on the surface. The trigger has that true ‘gaming’ look and macros keys. The rugged looks along makes it a true Cooler Master product. But what else is there about this keyboard to make you want to buy it? Read on to find out.”
“Since Coolermaster excels at making enclosures for the enthusiasts, it was only a matter of time before we saw a mid-tower version of the NVIDIA certified full tower HAF X. Originally seen at CES 2012 this year, it’s much like the HAF X minus a couple 5.25″ bays. It’s also designed for standard ATX sized motherboards as opposed to larger XL-ATX ones like the original HAF X and there are some updates that give it great cooling potential but still accommodates those new massive new graphics cards. Let’s see how it does!”
Cooler Master’s HAF X full tower case was released about 2 years ago and since then it has been their premier full tower case. While full tower cases are great many people do not want a case that large or may not have room for it. For those who love all of the features of the HAF X Cooler Master has just released the HAF XM, which they say is “the essence of a HAF X distilled into its purest form; a mid-tower enclosure”. This mid tower case features support for up to four 200mm fans, a latched side panel, two external hot swap X-Docks, 3-way SLI or CrossFire support and dust filters on every intake! Let’s jump right in and take a look!
Have you ever been out and your phone is about to die? You may have your charger with you, but there is nowhere to plug it in to. The best instance of this has to be an airport, people kill for the outlets there! The Choiix Power Fort 5600 is a portable USB charger that has a built-in rechargeable battery so no matter where you are you will be able to charge your mobile devices. The Power Fort 5600 has a single USB port on it so it can charge any device that can be charged via USB read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
When Cooler Master released the Cosmos case a few years ago it was truly something new and revolutionary. They followed it up with the Cosmos S, which gave it a more streamlined look and took away the front door. Our own staff member Colin Dean still uses that case to this day. Back in 2011 at CES we saw a prototype of the new Cosmos that Cooler Master was going to release later in the year. We were excited, but we had no clue when it was going to be released. Right before CES this year Cooler Master announced the Cosmos II. A massive case with support for up to 13 hard drives, 5 included fans with support for up to 10 fans, 2 hot swap hard drive bays, and it can fit motherboards up to XL-ATX. Read on as we check this beast out!
Today we have another case unboxing for you, but this is not just any case it is Cooler Master’s new Cosmos II Ultra Tower. It really lives us to the name Ultra Tower too! This case has to be one of the largest cases that we have reviewed in quite some time! This case is of course the new version of the ever popular Cosmos and Cooler Master has outfitted it with room for up to 13 hard drives, 10 fans, a four channel fan controller and much more. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
Jul 30, 2015 0