Tuesday, June 3rd 2014

Cooler Master Shows Off New Nepton & Hybrid Capacitive Keyboard

Cooler Master, a leading provider of desktop components, peripherals, and mobile accessories, shows off the renewed line-up of the low-noise Nepton liquid cooling series and the ultra high-end keyboard Novatouch TKL with hybrid capacitive switches. Both will be available in July, but will be on display during COMPUTEX 2014 at the Nangang Exhibition Hall, M0320 from June 3rd - 7th.

Cooler Master's Nepton liquid cooling series has been renewed with a low-noise design across the entire line-up which now includes 120mm, 140mm, 240mm and 280mm radiators to improve case compatibility. The Advanced Silent Driver in the Nepton pump features extremely low vibration levels and provides a high 120 L/hr flow rate with minimal noise at 11dBA. A Cooler Master-designed water block is manufactured using a special manufacturing process to produce a large microchannel surface area and a high-efficiency jet impingement system to optimize hotspot cooling performance. The exclusive manufacturing process eliminates microchannel imperfections in the waterblock to prevent blockage and allows for an increased surface area over 4 times greater than the competition, resulting in an extremely high performance waterblock. The Nepton series now uses the all-new Silencio Fan that offers 11dBA noise levels and high air pressure rated at 1.2 mm H2O.

Novatouch TKL Keyboard with Hybrid Capacitive Switches
The new Premium Novatouch TKL Keyboard from Cooler Master utilizes exclusive Hybrid Capacitive switches designed for heavy-duty typing and gaming. The new Hybrid Capacitive switch is uniformly weighted at 45g actuation over the entire keyboard and is precision tuned to provide smooth but tactile actuation feedback and exceptionally low noise levels. The Novatouch TKL Keyboard also offers support for widely available Cherry MX Keycaps for users to customize the keyboard with their own unique, personal touch.
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9 Comments on Cooler Master Shows Off New Nepton & Hybrid Capacitive Keyboard

#2
TheHunter
I might ditch Corsair H90 pp with this Nepton 280L v2, then 4.8 - 4.9ghz here I come :D
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#3
gdallsk
Those fans are screaming for fingers... :laugh:
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#4
Chaitanya
by: gdallsk
Those fans are screaming for fingers... :laugh:
I have a lot of cuts on my fingers thanks to Coolermaster fans. ;)
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#5
Solidstate89
Isn't "hybrid capacitive" just a different way of saying the keyboard uses Topre switches?
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#6
Hilux SSRG
by: Solidstate89
Isn't "hybrid capacitive" just a different way of saying the keyboard uses Topre switches?
I'd say it does, but a TKL version of a Topre Type Heaven.
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#7
Selene
Where is the Glacier 360L
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#9
TheHunter
Any news when that new Nepton 280L hits the streets?

Also how its called, Nepton 280L silent? :D
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