Cooler Master’s power supplies are stable, intelligently designed, and efficient, and now Cooler Master adds silent to the mix with its Silent Pro M line. The 500, 600, and 700 watt units are designed to provide stable power as quietly as possible, while still maintaining the 80% efficiency required for the 80PLUS certification. Today we are taking a look at the 500W version in this review. Read on to check it out!
Looking for the biggest, baddest air cooler around? How about a CPU cooler with as much power as a V10 engine? Here at ThinkComputers we got a chance to look at this $140 beast of a cooler. No it doesn’t get 350hp, but it does provide a massive amount of cooling toping 200+W. The unique design has a total of 10 heatpipes, three sets of fins and two 120mm fans. The hybrid-TEC cooling built into the V10 provides that extra amount of cooling needed for those high CPU usage moments. Read on further to see what else the V10 has to offer.
Today, I will be looking at Cooler Master’s Aquagate Max, an in-case cooling system sporting a large 300mm x 142mm radiator, plenty large enough to accommodate a pair of 120mm fans. It is also nVidia ESA compliant, so we’ll actually be able to read temps and hopefully make some adjustments via the ESA dashboard. Will the Aquagate Max give us some real watercooling goodness? Read on to see!
Today we have the chance to look at the Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler. Yes V8 in engine V8. Well it’s not really an engine, but its pretty dang powerful like a V8 engine is. This award winning cooler offers four modular fin sets which have a total of eight heatpipes running through them. With 120mm fan backed by PWM and VR Controllers the V8 is both powerful and quiet. It is by far the best CPU Cooler we’ve reviewed. Reader on further to see what else I think about the V8.
Today we have the chance to check out the Cooler Master ATCS 840 Full Tower Classic Case, a retake on the original ATCS designs. This lightweight aluminum design also brings in plenty of cooling with three 230mm fans, a 120mm fan and room for an additional four 120mm fans. Cooler Master certainly took their time in implementing features for this case. Some of the many features include a removable motherboard tray, dual power supply support, water-cooling support, rear exhaust fan and tool-free installation devices. Read on further to get a closer look at this simple, yet elegant case.
Unlike many companies Cooler Master actually had a lot to show us this year at CES. They were nice enough to invite us up to their Suite at the Palms to check out all of their new products. They showed us a lot of new cases, CPU coolers, and quite a few products from their Choiix line of laptop accessories. Let’s take a look…
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