Cooler Master introduces a Gaming Headset!

"The CM Storm range is being expanded with a first for Cooler Master, the CM Storm Sirus 5.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset!"

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Cooler Master introduces a Gaming Headset!

Cooler Master has today introduced a brand new product to their ever expanding range, the CM Storm Sirus 5.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset. This is a completely new area for Cooler Master but as you would expect a lot of thought and experience has gone into the design. The Sirus 5.1 Headset features true 5.1 surround sound through 8 discrete speaker channel pairs of front, rear, centre and sub. This helps provide a full 360 degree surround sound which can be adjusted in real time using the included "tactical mixing console". The microphone is uni-directional and features background noise cancellation for crystal clear conversations.

Other interesting features include Tactical Software Console for further fine tuning of the headset, interchangeable ear-cups for breathable audio and noise cancellation.

This product has won the prestigious reddot design award for 2011 in the Computing category showing that Cooler Master is really taking the design of this brand new product in a market they’ve never before entered very seriously. More info here: reddot Sirus Headset Page

This gaming headset is part of their CM Storm range of products which already includes three cases, four mice and a notebook cooling product! We can most likely expect a larger range of sound related products from Cooler Master to help flesh out this range in the future.

Cooler Master expects the CM Storm Sirus 5.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset to be available in mid-August 2011 with a MSRP just of £85!

For the full specifications and details please visit: CM Storm Sirus 5.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset Product Page

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08-07-2011, 00:14:22

Genetic Inferno
Hey Guys,

I'm new here at OC3D and basically signed up just to get my problem resolved (hopefully). Well the problem resides in the SLI functionality of my two GTX 570's, as it seems that across 95% of applications/games there is no increase in performance. Out of the 56 currently installed Steam games on my computer, only 3 have utilized SLI effectively. These 3 games being Crysis 2, Battlefield Bad Company 2 and Shogun 2: Total War. I am fully aware that not all games properly support SLI and various driver updates can cause problems etc, etc. Also, I've looked into a potential CPU bottleneck which I have reason to doubt as I have a i5 2500K running at 4.7GHz. So basically, my question is why won't my dual GPU solution kick into action across 95% of my games, 70% of which natively support SLI. Thanks.

PC Specifications:

Asus P8P67 Pro Motherboard
Intel Core i5 2500K @ 4.7GHz
SLI Gigabyte GTX 570 OC's @ 800MHz
12GB 1333MHz RAM
Creative X-Fi Titanuim Fatal1ty Sound Card
Coolermaster V6GT CPU Cooler
Coolermaster GX 750W PSU
Coolermaster CM 690 II Advanced Nvidia Edition

Nvidia Drivers 275.33

EDIT: I have managed to fix the problem as SLI now works the games that should support it. I did this by stumbling upon Beta Drivers 275.50, don't know how I didn't take note of these before, although it advised that beta drivers be avoided due to their incomplete state. Anyway, problem fixed as of now.

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