Can you truly say you seen Cooler Master in CES rather than find some fresh Coolers? Not whatsoever. Cooler Master had a relatively high slew of new coolers such as the one I’ve dubbed Baby Wraith Ripper, the MA610M. They have done an incredibly intriguing concept this season at which each of the coolers was shown functionally within a complete build instead of sitting on a desk, a welcome strategy for viewing them into action in their natural surroundings. So without further ado, this is the newest lineup for Cooler Master and their Thermal Solutions.
Cooler Master MA610M, G100M V2, G300P, ML240P, and New MasterFan Series
The details of new coolers announce by Cooler Master in CES 2019 are below:
Pricing and Availability of New Coolers by Cooler Master
- MasterAir MA610M: MSRP of $89.99 | May 2019
- MasterAir G100M v2: MSRP of $49.99 | June 2019
- MasterAir G300P: MSRP of $49.99 | June 2019
- MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage: MSRP of $139.99 | March 2019
- MasterFan SF120R RGB: MSRP of $19.99 | February 2019
- MasterFan SF120R ARGB: MSRP of $24.99 | February 2019
- MasterFan SF120M: MSRP of $29.99 | April 2019
- MasterFan SF120/240P ARGB: February 2019
Cooler Master will enlarge on the MasterAir series, together with three brand new air jets in varying form variables. The MasterAir MA610M may include a dual-tower heatsink using a fresh SF120R fan sandwiched between both towers to get ample airflow. The six aluminum heat pipe layout and enlarged fins operate in tandem to ensure maximum heat dissipation and keep steady CPU temperatures.
Press release pictures for this pup are included only for elaboration functions; it is just like a baby Wraith Ripper, I like it. The Addressable RGB light, ornamental black top plate along with a black coat of these MA610M offer users with personalization and a decorative appeal for any construct.
Expanding upon the formerly established G100M, the brand new G100M v2 will contain the same down cooling as its predecessor, but with an elongated and narrowed layout to remove RAM clearance problems. The G100m v2 will use Cooler Master’s two-stage heat column technologies, using a seven times bigger circumference in contrast to conventional heat pipes, to get a quicker heat transfer within a smaller surface area.
Mounted atop the distinctively constructed G100M v2 is an ARGB enthusiast and ring to get an additional visual appeal.
The G300P will probably be Cooler Master’s following small-form-factor (SFF) air cooler. Having an ultra-low profile of 39.5mm, embedded heating pipes along with the 92mm fan, the G300P provides users with much thermal functionality in a compact shape. Other suggested features of this G300P comprise RGB lighting.
This one somehow escaped me the press release images have been included, sorry about that people.
Mirage Unveiled for the very first time in Computex 2018; the MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage will be Cooler Master’s brand new pro-level AIO cooler. Equipped with a mirror such as a pump cover that permits users to see in the performance of this impeller when illuminated from the ARGB lighting. When light is disengaged, the reflective cover exhibits the hexagonal Cooler Master emblem.
Needed to incorporate a few of those fantastic ole PR pics with this one as it had been challenging to find a nice shot of it in the package.
The brand new Cooler Master SF collection of case fans are equipped using a square fan framework for much more direct airflow and stress. The new square form of this SF show provides more surface protection on AIOs and air jets. The SF120R will probably be accessible in both RGB and ARGB versions. The recently designed SF120P and 240P ARGB lovers will likely be equipped with milk-white fan blades and outside rim to get a more glowing reflection of light; together with the 120 version having 24 Addressable-RGB LEDs as well as the 240 version having 52 Addressable-RGB LEDs.
The SF240P ARGB is going to be equipped using an aperture framework, with two lovers incorporated into the structure to decrease vibration and wires required for lighting.
Additionally, Cooler Master will present its new flagship case enthusiast the SF120M. Designed with functionality in mind that the SF120M uses Cooler Master’s Industrial Fan Construction, which reduces the bend of the fan blades while making sure a silent operation with optimum airflow. The Double-Ball Bearing reduces friction between the fan and its bearings that further enhance functionality.
ASRock Phantom Gaming Coolers
Additionally, Cooler Master will launch the Hyper 212 RGB and MasterLiquid ML240R RGB Phantom Gaming Keyboards, in cooperation with ASRock. Both coolers will game the signature aesthetics of the Phantom Gaming chain shared across the whole product lineup of ASRock graphics cards and motherboards.