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Cooler Master All Set for Computex
 
The new LGA 1156 series coolers are expected to make a splash at ComputexComputex is just around the corner and Cooler Master are ready for the expo with their line-up of products. The manufacturer today unveiled the line-up, which includes the HAF 992 mid-tower case, two new LGA 1156 series coolers, and the CM Storm gaming peripherals series, among other products.
 
The most eye-catching of these products are expected to be the all new Hyper TX3 and Hyper 212 Plus LGA1156 coolers. The first couple of products in Cooler Master’s LGA 1156/1366 series of coolers, these coolers boast of twin fan cooling from all new PWM fans. Both coolers feature direct contact heatpipes which put these at the higher end of the cooling capacity spectrum.
 
Also expected to make heads turn is the all new, attractively designed CM Storm Sentinel gaming mouse. Targeted at high-end gamers and a part of the manufacturer’s CM Storm Series, the mouse comes with internal memory that allows gamers to save their profiles, while its special weight system facilitates extremely comfortable gaming use.
 
Cooler Master will be displaying its HAF 922 mid-tower case at ComputexThe new Choiix series PC accessories will also be making their appearance at the show; these include a notebook cooler-cum-stand and the Choiix accu-mouse. The compact mouse has a sleek design that makes is immediately eye-catching and ideal for business users. Cooler Master will also be putting up their ethernet network with power supply solution Power LAN 700W and notebook power adapter SNA95.
 
Topping all of these products will be the highly anticipated HAF 922 mid-tower case, which Cooler Master announced some time back. With an impressive line-up of new products, Cooler Master is hoping to make a big enough splash to steal the show at Computex this year.
 
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24-05-2009, 07:20:11

Freak
I believe that it is static pressure that you want when cooling rads? Think that its the same as cooling CPUs....
It is better than nothing tho.
Look at xilence as well.

24-05-2009, 07:29:25

j.woody
xilence do 20mm thick fans?

24-05-2009, 07:30:41

Freak
I think so. I will trake a look i may be wrong...
sorry, thought that they did. - They dont.

24-05-2009, 07:47:34

j.woody
would it be possible to make the 1300rpm yate loon into 1800rpm?

24-05-2009, 08:21:22

PeterStoba

would it be possible to make the 1300rpm yate loon into 1800rpm?



No, and if you did you might as well buy the higher speed ones in the first place.

Just contact Tom, he'll get them in for you

24-05-2009, 08:28:29

ali_james

would it be possible to make the 1300rpm yate loon into 1800rpm?



Pass on that. Really though, if you're set on using 20mm fans you really aren't going to get the performance to noise ratio that proper width fans are going to offer.

24-05-2009, 08:32:06

j.woody


Just contact Tom, he'll get them in for you



erm... Tom? who?

24-05-2009, 10:15:04

PeterStoba

erm... Tom? who?



Tom, Chilled PC, email him through the shop

24-05-2009, 10:18:54

j.woody
under where it says contact us?

24-05-2009, 10:23:05

j.woody
ok, i have send him an enquiry thing
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