We know and appreciate Cooler Master for making obsession-worthy cases and powerful coolers, so when they approached us about a new product release, we were excited, to say the least. Released back in 2016, the Iconic MasterAir Maker 8 became an instant success with its powerful cooling capabilities and also an integrated cover plate to hide the cooling hardware. Cooler Master is always pushing the limits and they've released several new coolers since the Maker 8. Today we have the pleasure of testing the newest iteration from that classic platform, the MasterAir MA610P ARGB. It promises to have the foundation cooling capabilities of the Maker 8, but it's updated and modernized for current demands. Join us as we check out this cooler and put it to the test on our Z490 test bench.
Today I bring a new product from Cooler Master, based off their already extensive AIO range of products, the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240 Mirror on the surface looks to compliment any RGB enthusiast's build but how is it at cooling? Let's see what it's all about! The product includes their latest 3rd generation dual chamber pump to ensure good coolant flow consistently through the AIO. Cooler Master chose to go with a black colored product, which will fit stealthily in any build apart from the LEDs which will be visually pleasing for the RGB crowd. As with most AIOs the radiator material is made of aluminium while the block/pump cold plate is made from copper. The pump included in this product is made to last at least 70000 hours, which equates to about 8 years being on constantly 24/7, so needless to say that the pump will easily outlast the warranty period for this product. One bonus is that on top of that, the pump is very, very silent, you'll have a hard time hearing it if you'd have no other fan in your build, so check which fan header you'll be plugging it's 3-pin connector and turn it up to 100% in BIOS to maximize this AIOs capability! Even at 100%, it should only draw about 0.2A (less than 2.5W!)
Hello fellow PC enthusiasts, today I bring you an overview of the Cooler Master V650 V2 in white. Cooler Master have been providing power supplies for the PC market for quite sometime, covering the low,medium & high end PC market and are always improving upon their PSU lineup. Today is no exception as we cover the second generation of their V650 power supply line. The Cooler Master V650 V2 is a revision of their V series released toward the end of 2015. Let's see what we find.
When it comes to full tower cases, Cooler Master's Cosmos series has an extensive history and a serious following within the enthusiast and modding communities. Today we're reviewing the newest, and possibly best Cosmos family member, the C700P Black Edition. It's a massive case with tons of features and promises to be everything an enthusiast could want in an off-the-shelf option. Join us as we take a look at this case and see what makes it special.
The rise in CPU performance gives way to increased heat output as CPU manufacturers push the silicon to new heights for performance and temperature both. The latest generation of Intel i9-10900K CPU is notorious for running hot under heavy load. To combat this, Cooler Master partnered with Intel to develop a subzero CPU cooling solution for mainstream applications. We managed to get a sample of this new cooler, so please join us in exploring this new technology.
Today We'll be looking at a cooler with fairly large shoes to fill. As many enthusiasts know, the Hyper 212 Evo from Cooler Master has been the go to cooler for anyone making the decision to ditch the pre-builds and commit to building your own PC. Let's see if the V2 can match or better the V1.
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