If you are anything like me, you see a great number of notebooks, netbooks and tablet computers come through your office. If I kept an OEM adapter around for every laptop I had ever serviced, I would have a pirate chest full of tangled booty. Thankfully we have manufacturers who provide us with a simpler solution: the Universal Adapter. Some offerings are cheap and flimsy, while others are quality hardware that make themselves invaluable tools. Today we take a look at the Cooler Master SNA95 Slim Notebook Adapter to see which of these categories it falls into.
The Core i5 has just been recently released, but with any CPU a Cooler is needed. Cooler Master has released their first fully compatible Socket LGA 1156 (Core i5) CPU Cooler which is backward compatible with most other sockets. We havethe opportunity to take a look at the Cooler Master Hyper TX3 CPU Cooler and we are impressed. Read on further to see what we think of this newly released cooler.
Cooler Master has been around for over a decade. Though they are probably now better known for their excellent PC cases, their original primary products were coolers and they continue to build high performance air coolers along with all of their other products. Today I will be looking at the Cooler Master Hyper N620 CPU cooler. With six heatpipes and dual flow-thru fan design, it looks quite promising to keep the i7’s temperatures under control. Will the Hyper N620 do it? Read on to see!
Cooler Master’s Storm brand has really made some headway in the gaming sector over the past few months. Since the Storm brand was announced they have launched 2 very successful cases and quite a few mouse surfaces, but to be a true gaming brand you need a mouse. Today Cooler Master releases the Sentinel Advanced professional gaming mouse and we have the review for you! This mouse took Cooler Master 2 years to develop and it is unlike any other gaming mouse that we have seen. If you are a gamer you are definitely going to want to check out this review!
The Cooler Master Gladiator 600 Mid Tower Chassis is an affordable and useful case. It supports a total of 5 fans and has plenty of airflow options put into it. Some of the benefits of the case include cable management routing, front fan blue LED switch, bottom mounted PSU and a whole array of tool-free installations. It’s certainly a case to checkout for those looking for a great case on a budget. Read on further to see the other features of this case.
Is your mother complaining to you about her computer being too loud? I bet she also doesn’t like all the bells and whistles of a lot of gaming cases, but I have an answer to your problem. The Cooler Master Sileo 500 is a plain, yet sturdy case jam packed with sound insulation material. You probably want to check this out even if your mother isn’t complaining to you because the Sileo 500 also comes with a 500 watt power supply for an affordable silent case & power supply solution. Read on further to see how easy it is to install.
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.