Monday, June 8th 2015
In addition to the MasterCase, Cooler Master unveiled its flagship CPU coolers, the MasterAir and the MasterLiquid, which as their names suggest, and air- and liquid-coolers, respectively. The MasterAir is styled a lot like the old V8 GTS, but is a single fin-stack, tower-type cooler, with two pre-installed 140 mm fans in push-pull configuration. The cooler integrates what CM calls a "3D vapor-chamber," which combines the benefits of a horizontal (plate making direct contact with CPU) and vertical (that which conducts heat through the fin-stack) vapor chambers. In addition, there are eight conventional copper heat pipes. The 140 mm fans glow with red or white LEDs. The MasterLiquid, on the other hand, is a DIY liquid cooling solution, with CPU blocks, reservoirs, tubing, coolants, fittings, and 2x 140 mm radiators branded by Cooler Master. The company showed off one such solution installed in a MasterCase exhibit.