CoolerMaster - Chapter 3 – More Cooling! More Multimedia! More Peripheral!

@ 2004/03/22
Cooler Master press release – March 22 2004

The world largest computer exhibition – Cebit has been opened for a few days, Cooler Master is showing a lot of innovative products. Last time we introduced our chassis and cooling line, this time we are going to show you more of new cooling products.
Comment from 2t0n1k @ 2004/03/27
Yeah I hear what you are saying but I mosdef have no room for a homebrew in my already crammed case; would be nice though..
Comment from calantak @ 2004/03/27
I don't like all those kits...
Comment from 2t0n1k @ 2004/03/27
Thanks for the info, was going to get the Koolance but the rad is alu so you can't use copper blocks.. Since the Aquagate comes with a copper block, I guess I'll get that and a couple of Maze 4s (so long as the Coolermaster is up for the job..)
Comment from Xploited Titan @ 2004/03/26
Calantak is right However, I know some site which has got the Aquagate, but they hadn't the time to test it cos of Cebit...

Maybe in one or two weeks
Comment from calantak @ 2004/03/26
I think they aren't commercially available yet
Comment from 2t0n1k @ 2004/03/26
Anyone seen a review for the Aquagate as yet?
Comment from TeuS @ 2004/03/22
Quote:
Originally posted by Xploited Titan
Strange, I got a second hand white LED CoolerMaster fan with rifle bearing, and I have no rattling at all... Maybe you're just lacking some luck...
it's not really rattling though. about the 60mm: it rather makes a low, humming noise. it can be the fan itself, because it vibrates heavily

the powerfull 80mm fan is even worse as far as I remember, at 5v the fan was "silent" but I still got the "rrrrrrrrrr" noise the fan was making. I blame the rifle bearing
Comment from Xploited Titan @ 2004/03/22
Btw: I was on the CoolerMaster forum, but it dissappeared, together with the site ( www.coolermaster.com ) ...

Oh, and the forum doesn't allowe to edit my post
Comment from Xploited Titan @ 2004/03/22
Strange, I got a second hand white LED CoolerMaster fan with rifle bearing, and I have no rattling at all... Maybe you're just lacking some luck...
Comment from TeuS @ 2004/03/22
correction: I've got three coolermaster casefans with a regular ball bearing, they are "normal".

my other fans are with rifle bearing, those ones make a rattling noise
Comment from TeuS @ 2004/03/22
bah, I don't like coolermastar fans. I've got a silent 60mm and the hi-performance one from the x-dream. all make a rattling noise, even when they're new. it gets very annoying on low speeds
Comment from calantak @ 2004/03/22
not good for mx700/mx500, both here work below average with this one
Comment from jmke @ 2004/03/22
The new X-Pad feels a bit cold at first, but after 5minutes it's all warm and fuzzy, it is lower then the Everglide giganta I have lying around and therefore easier on the palm. My MX700 doesn't slide as well over it though.


Cebit version ->
Comment from jmke @ 2004/03/22
again, more info can be found in the attached .PDF

 

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