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Cooler Master Lets Loose at Computex 2009, Including a New LGA1156 Cooler

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  1. alexp999

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    Cooler Master has a full line-up of impressive live demos and products on display at COMPUTEX 2009 Nangang exhibition hall on 1F, I1224, I1323. There is also the private meeting area for customers and the press on 4F, 402a.

    The recently released mid-tower beast HAF 922 finally lets loose to show off its unbeatable look and High Air Flow structure. Also from the HAF family is the full tower HAF 932, with live demo to show-off a spacious and thermal superiority by housing a quad graphic card system.

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    Cooler Master places Ethernet network into power supplies with the Power LAN 700W by incorporating PLC (Programmable Logic Controller). This adventurous move is sure to stir up interests at this year's show. Another notable mention is Cooler Master's first venture into notebook power adapters with SNA 95, which received the COMPUTEX Taipei Design and Innovation Award 2009.

    Hyper TX3 and Hyper 212 Plus will be Cooler Master's first of many LGA1156 and LGA1156/1366 compatible coolers to come. Direct contact heat-pipes, dual fan cooling and new PWM fans are distinguished trademarks. We also decided to experiment with "Freezing a Soda" to demonstrate V10's HYBRID TEC cooling power!

    CM Storm Debuts Gaming Peripherals
    The first gaming mouse from CM Storm, Sentinel will be announced at COMPUTEX. Designed to search and destroy, the fine red curves on both sides emphasize the ergonomic and muscle-forming shape that provides solid and detailed control. Users can alter the sensitivity range through the central control panel and activate the profiles stored in the internal memory by clicking the buttons and scrolling the wheel, like a sentinel with quick and precise reaction force.

    Choiix Explores the Realm of PC Accessories
    Choiix provides multifaceted needs to notebook users including shock protection, heat dissipation, convenience and ergonomics. The avant-garde design team of Choiix strives to seek the perfect balance between form and function, utility and innovation, simplicity and creative designs.

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    A Larger image of the cooler is available here
     
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    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    CM mouse, so sexy, lets see more pics of that. I don't understand how one company just seems to do everything so right, I can't help liking CM so much.
     
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    I have that new cooler, got it for beta testing.

    In beta tests some people found it beat out the TRUE.

    It bettered my Tuniq Tower by 10c.

    The fan on the cooler was called by the CM staff, the "Blademaster".
     
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    A long long long long time ago, in this galaxy, they ripped out the V8, V10 & V12.

    They released the V8 . . . They pretty much just released the V10.
    Where the hell is the V12. Sap!
     
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    finally a top tier manufacturer adopting HDT. Hopefully there wont be those consistency issues that xigmatek had.
     
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    Nice mouce:)
    makes me *drool*
     
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    that mouse is teh sex!
     
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    Love the new HDT coolers and mice. Thanks Alex.
     
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    no Cooler Master Havoc? :(
     
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    the case and the cooler look great
     

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