Three areas were highlighted by Cooler Master in presenting the exhibition: cooling elements, enclosures and power supplies.
The first heat sink the company introduced in the exhibition is the Hyper Z600, which thanks to its structure and deep design by Cooler Master can cool the processor passively, thereby cooling it with relatively weak fans. If not its huge size, which prevents it from being pushed into a home theater case, we might recommend it as one of the best cooling systems for this area. Another cooling body that caught our attention in the exhibition is The V8, reminiscent of the name and shape of a sports car engine. According to the personnel of the Master Cooler in the exhibition, this name can be placed in the heat sink where the number of heat pipes in it, and not because of its shape. This coolant comes from Cooler Master plants equipped with a pair of fans, and like many modern cooling bodies, conveys the hot air from the processor directly to the rear fan in the chassis. Needless to say, the cooling systems support all of the processors' residency years back, both Intel and AMD.
Like the other companies specializing in cooling the computer in its various components, this year we also saw Cooler Master fans to be installed on the body of the chassis. These fans, which come in the most popular sizes of 80 and 120 millimeters, have been designed by Cooler Master to absorb less dust and be easier to clean. In addition to the air coolers, we also saw a water cooling pump, AquaGate Max, where it can be used in conjunction with the existing blocks of the company's video cards, and the company will also launch blocks suitable for the pump to be used to cool the processor and memories. One of the most useful features of the water cooling kit is that it can be completely controlled manually, and even monitor the system temperature and water temperature in the system.
Silent Pro Series
Among the blocks to be launched in the future is the Glacier 9200, which is compatible with NVIDIA graphics based on the G92 core. The body is made of aluminum and weighs only 390 grams. The advantage of this cooling block is that it refines not only the graphics core but also the graphic memory of the card. Another advantage of the block is that Cooler Master claims that it is thin enough to fit well on two graphics cards in the SLI array. In the future, the company may consider offering water blocks that are compatible with AMD ATI video cards, but there are currently no such water blocks planned.
Even in the field of power supplies, the company has what to show in the exhibition. The company launched two new carrier series, the first series, called the Silent Pro Series, combines a 135-millimeter fan to maintain optimal cooling and quiet performance, and thin cables to maintain order and aesthetics within the chassis. Moreover, the thinner the cables, the less interference they have to airflow in the case, which helps maintain its cooling performance. The company's second series is called Ultimate, and is mainly reminiscent of the Galaxy series, the flagship series of Enermax. This series supports triple and quadrilateral SLI and CrossFire arrays, as befits modern power supplies to serve the high market. Apart from the differences we mentioned, the Ultimate vendors are similar to Silent Pro vendors only at higher power levels.
Selection of cases…
… Very expensive!
For dessert, Cooler Master has started collaborating with a number of companies in the field, and will now be able to offer its customers Enclosures The hypocrites according to their personal style, with a number Enclosures The hyenas were already seen in the exhibition. The Achilles heel of the whole business is the price: 1000 USD per package - the price that is more typical of Extreme processors.