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Cooler Master uses sound to elevate your gaming experience, allowing you to "feel" your game play environment. The Synk X is a cross-platform haptic gaming chair that creates a "new way of immersing in the imaginary world." Companies are always looking for new ways to innovate and bring new experiences to gamers... Read more...
The Cooler Master CK721 wireless keyboard is a compact and versatile plank that will fill just about any gamer's needs. The ability to use this small form factor keyboard via USB Type-C (wired), Bluetooth 5.1, or the included 2.4GHz dongle also means users can take it just about anywhere and use it with a wide range of devices. Toss in its... Read more...
Study's have shown that sitting at your PC for extended periods can be detrimental to your health. As such, it's a good idea to get up and walk around on occasion. Alternatively, a height adjustable standing desk will get you off your bottom and on your feet without taking you away from your PC, if you just can't be... Read more...
Single-board computers (SBCs) are fun. If you're not familiar with the concept, single-board computers are exactly what it says on the tin: a whole system on a single board, usually comprising an SoC, some DRAM, maybe an external Ethernet controller or other support ICs, and a big pile of I/O. Most SBCs offer USB and... Read more...
We've seen some cool kicks over the years, from the original Reebok Pump from the late 1980s to self-lacing Nike MAG that Marty McFly famously wore in Back to the Future. But neither of those came with a fully assembled PC inside, let alone one with liquid cooling as a standard option. Cooler Master's upcoming Sneaker... Read more...
One thing we've learned over the years is not to skimp on creature comforts that affect our time sitting in front of a PC. Having a nice monitor and desk is a start, but don't forget your backside. Unless you're using a standing desk, a good chair is a necessity—it can make all the difference in the world after a long... Read more...
Christmas is right around the corner, and if you are doing some last-minute holiday shopping (whether for someone else or yourself), there are some nice bargains out there. Who wants to pay full price? I certainly do not, and if you would rather not as well, then check out some of these hot deals on various PC... Read more...
One very lucky person is going to receive a collection of computer parts and peripherals from a variety of companies, and it is all because Cooler Master took the initiative to set this thing in motion. What is 'this thing', you ask? It's a pay-it-forward giveaway, started by a single Twitter post by Cooler Master, in... Read more...
All-in-one liquid cooled CPU coolers seem to be a dime a dozen lately, but at the core, many of the designs borrow heavily from those of Asetek. In fact, many coolers out there produced by other companies are actually licensed from Asetek directly. So when a company comes along and offers a similar design without... Read more...
When you're on the path to becoming a power user, you begin to notice certain things that the average person might not. One of those is the difference between typing on a sweet mechanical keyboard with luxurious key action versus pounding away on a run-of-the-mill squishy plank that relies on mushy membranes to register your keystrokes. The... Read more...
Cooler Master announced the Elite 120 Advanced MITX size chassis. The Elite 120 Advanced is a compact, yet fully featured chassis for MITX applications. The case features a brushed aluminum front panel as well as plenty of room for large graphics cards. In fact, the Elite 120 Advanced features 13-inches of graphics card space. Cooler Master... Read more...
Cooler Master introduced the successor to its Silent Pro M power supply, the Silent Pro M2 Series. The Silent Pro M2 Series will be available in the following models: 620W, 720W as 80 Plus Bronze, and 1500W as 80 Plus Silver. The Silent Pro M2 Series features a single 12V rail which increases the available amperage per power supply model over... Read more...
Is there anything better to type on than a keyboard with mechanical key switches? The correct answer is 'No', though we'd also accept 'Hell no, are you crazy!?'. We're big fans of mechanical keyboards for a number of reasons, and thanks to Cooler Master, we now have one more option to consider when shopping high... Read more...
You often hear computers being compared to cars, especially when it comes to tinkering and overclocking, but whereas there's nothing sweeter sounding than the loud roar of a big block engine, PCs are most admired when they run silently. That's not always easy to accomplish, and to help you towards that goal, Cooler Master just launched its... Read more...
Your PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game consoles can stand upright or lay on their sides, so shouldn't your home theater PC (HTPC) be able to do the same thing? That depends entirely on which computer case you choose. Cooler Master's new Elite 361 mini tower is one of just a handful of cases that have been designed to work their mojo in either... Read more...
Cooler Master's been doing its thing for two decades now, and as part of its ongoing 20th anniversary celebration, the peripheral maker today announced a temporary price reduction for its CM Storm Trooper computer case. Effectively immediately, the CM Storm Trooper will be available for $150 through all of Cooler... Read more...
This isn't just a new year for Cooler Master, 2012 just happens to represent the company's 20th year of service. What better way to celebrate the occasion than to release a new chassis? Honestly, we can think of several, but none of them productive (and some aren't even legal), so kudos to Cooler Master for staying... Read more...
The holiday shopping season is upon us, and that means setting aside some hard earned funds to buy your family and friends gifts because, well, that's the kind of thing we do this time of year. But lest you forget about yourself, Cooler Master today announced the Elite 431 Plus, a mid-tower computer case with some... Read more...
Don’t worry folks, Cooler Master is looking out for you. The company is offering a free bracket upgrade to those who bought the Hyper 212 EVO and Hyper 212 Plus and now want to use the heatsink on shiny new Intel socket LGA2011 systems. All you have to do to get your free bracket upgrade is to head over to the parts page and request... Read more...
If you're in the market for a new high-end chassis, Cooler Master has launched an updated High Air Flow (HAF) case you might find interesting. Currently the company is talking up the NVIDIA version but we suspect there'll be a generic equivalent as well. The advantage of the new HAF X, according to CM, is its ability to handle more than two... Read more...
We just recently ran a contest on HotHardware in which we planned to give away a high-end, custom-built gaming system (built by yours truly), to one lucky reader who came up with a creative name for our weekly video podcast. We got a few requests to document the build process on video, so that’s exactly what we did. We didn’t go... Read more...
We just recently ran a contest on HotHardware in which we planned to give away a high-end, custom-built gaming system (built by yours truly), to one lucky reader who came up with a creative name for our weekly video podcast. The parts for the system were as follows… CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 970 Black Edition   Cooler: Xigmatek Dark... Read more...
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