Coolermaster - Chapter 1 – New Chassis Line

@ 2004/03/15
The world largest computer exhibition - Cebit is approaching, Cooler Master is going to release a lot of innovative products. First of all we will introduce a series of most stunning PC Chassis among our product lines.

Chapter 1 – Chassis Line
Comment from calantak @ 2004/03/16
dunno if it all looks nice irl though...
we'll be able to see that at cebit...
Comment from TeuS @ 2004/03/16
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Originally posted by calantak

oh... my... god...

a heatercore will fit right into the front with 2 120mm fans blowing onto it. plenty of space on the bottom for pump and reservoir
Comment from calantak @ 2004/03/16
I know, was just kidding , as in : they should make it that you can stack a prommy inside
It's meant for watercooling


that black portion in the case-base, what's that? removable?
Comment from jmke @ 2004/03/16
it is the best looking hard drive cabinet I've seen so far

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you should be able to fit a prommy unit in there
nope.. don't think so, if you look at the pic , it has room for 2x 80mm at the bottom?

so unless that Prommy unit is only 8cm high..
Comment from calantak @ 2004/03/16
look at this


and then read :
Front – Full mesh screen provides superior air flow; support up to three 12 cm fans
Top - Ultra silent 8cm Fan * 1 (exhaust)
Side – Mesh screen on side panels provides the maximum air ventilation
Rear – Ultra Silent 12cm Fan * 1 + 8 cm Fan * 2 (intake)
Motherboard – 300mm cross flow fan; provides superior air flow for key PC components (CPU, VGA etc.)


thus we can install in a standard setup :
4*120mm
3*80mm
and there's a 300mm crossflow in there...
talking about firepower...
with silent papst 80 and 120mms, it'll be semisilent but have plenty of airflow


and you know what they want you to fill it with?



there's plenty of space below the motherboard too...
you should be able to fit a prommy unit in there
Comment from ModdiN MansoN @ 2004/03/15
looks good
Comment from TeuS @ 2004/03/15
looks promising. good looking but not too flashy
Comment from jmke @ 2004/03/15
More pictures and info can be found in the attached .PDF -->

 

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