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Cooler Master Launches ARGB Hard Tubing Accessory for Custom Water Cooling

There are no plans to release this product in the US or Europe

Cooler Master Launches ARGB Hard Tubing for Custom Water Cooling

Cooler Master Launches ARGB Hard Tubing Accessory for Custom Water Cooling

RGB illumination is almost everywhere on today's PC components, with LED mounts on modern high-end motherboards, graphics cards, SSDs, cooling solutions (heatsinks CLCs and Fans) and accessories. RGB lighting has proven to be incredibly popular, quickly becoming a major selling point for high-end systems and accessories, be it to create a rainbow of lighting effects or to generate single-shade lighting that can be adjusted exactly to the needs of PC builders (good luck finding components with purple LEDs these days). 

With the overwhelming popularity of RGB lighting in today's PCs, it is easy to see how the technology has made it into almost every modern PC component or accessory, but so far the technology has illuded the world of hardline tubing for  custom water cooling setups, though it has invaded most modern CPU or GPU water blocks. 

Cooler Master has created a custom ARGB lighting solution for hardline liquid cooling setups, an add-on product that is designed to fit around hard tubing. Right now this product is available exclusively in "Asia" and even then in "limited quantities". Each ARGB Tubing accessory is 3D printed to meet the exact length requirements of custom water coolers, making this a product that could be replicated by anyone with a 3D printer and an RGB LED strips. 

It is recommended that this lighting solution is used with white coolant, as this will allow the ARGB LEDs to create the lighting effects shown in the above image, as coloured coolant will interfere with the colour of the ARGB LEDs and clear coolant will reveal the ARGB LED strip behind the transparent tubing.    

 

Cooler Master Launches ARGB Hard Tubing for Custom Water Cooling  

What do you think of Cooler Master's ARGB illumination tool for Hardline water cooled systems? You can join the discussion on Cooler Master's ARGB Hard Tubing Accessory on the OC3D Forums

Special Thanks to Dicehunter for the info. 

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Most Recent Comments

21-11-2018, 09:49:08

Warchild
Terrible Terrible Terrible...

Dice, something for you to waste your money on! Quote

21-11-2018, 10:07:16

looz
I'd love to install these tubes without actual water cooling simply to irk people.Quote

21-11-2018, 10:16:34

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by looz View Post
I'd love to install these tubes without actual water cooling simply to irk people.
it would work on me. RGB is so terrible to me I question peoples maturity

Especially those that change the colour frequentlyQuote

21-11-2018, 11:39:42

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Terrible Terrible Terrible...

Dice, something for you to waste your money on!
Not going watercooling any time soon so would be a waste of money

Even if I was WC'ing I'd rather get transparent tubing to see the water flowing.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
it would work on me. RGB is so terrible to me I question peoples maturity

Especially those that change the colour frequently
I find RGB to be useful, Set a colour theme you like and stick with it, Rainbow thing I'm not too keen on though, I have all mine as static red and white i.e OC3D colours Quote
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