The Coolermaster booth was packed with new products, from high end cases to water cooling kits and fancy CPU Coolers.
The main focus was on the newest high end chassis, the Cosmos, featuring a rather space design with aluminum tubes at the sides (ideal for modders & water cooling) an aluminum front, SECC chassis, a very easy plug and play system for 5.25” devices, six aluminum detachable HDD modules with thermal pads for optimizing cooling performance, cable management for better cable routing en neatness, a bottom 120mm fan (1200rpm) and top 120mm which is auto controlled by a temp probe.
The successful Stacker case series was present all over Cebit, being used for demo systems to show of the latest hardware, at the CM booth there were different colored models on display like this red/black one:
But the “piece the la resistance” was this Smooth Creations custom paint job worth over $1000;
The case line up extended with a series of budget friendly OEM ready cases as well as keyboard/mouse combo’s.
The new Real Power models were rated up to 1000W and modular.
Last year Coolermaster had no removable hard drives cages, but this year is different, no matter your drive size (2.5/3.5”) or connection (PATA/SATA) they have an enclosure for it, providing easy installation, cooling, and connectivity over USB, Firewire, UTP and eSATA.
Two new air cooled VGA heatsinks were on display, the Cool Viva Pro II, a high end cooler and the CoolViva Z1 which is meant for passive cooling (but also features mounting possibility for a 80mm fan)
Over to CPU cooler a few updated products made their debut, the Hyper TX 2 features a universal mounting system for AMD/Intel, while the Hyper TX 3 comes with a brand new fan which is designed to reduce vibration; The Mars 2 has gained weight and comes with a power effective fan to increase the cooler’s performance/noise level.
A newcomer is the 2*12, as the name might already give away, a large tower heatsink with support for 2x120mm fans;
A new water block/radiator/pump all-in-one kit will see the light of day soon, the Aquagate S1. The pump sits on the water block and has ceramics bearing, the tubing is 3/8”, the radiator has a 120mm fan rated at 800~2500rpm, speed can be adjusted manually.
Several case mods made an appearance at the booth, some quite stunning, others just plain weird: