Low-profile cooler for small computers, a refreshed version of the popular Hyper 212 EVO and improved versions of MasterLiquid sets. Everyone will find something for themselves.
Cooler Master is mainly associated with computer cooling systems, so such new products could not be missing at the manufacturer's stand during the CES. The manufacturer has prepared not only new coolers, but also modified AiO sets.
Low-profile Cooler Master MasterAir G200P cooling
MasterAir G200P is a low-profile cooler that fits into smaller enclosures (the whole is only 39.4 mm high). The manufacturer used here an aluminum radiator with two heat pipes, and the whole thing is overshadowed by a 92 mm fan with effective RGB LED backlighting.
Cooler fits popular Intel and AMD processor stands (including LGA 1151 and AM4). If you are interested, we have good information – MasterAir G200P will go on sale this month, and its The suggested price is $ 45.
Cooler Master has improved the cooling of Hyper 212 EVO
Cooler Master has also prepared an improved version of the Hyper 212 EVO cooler (it has been marked with the note Version 2). The new model uses an asymmetrical heat sink, an improved mounting system and new, quieter SickleFlow 120 (Version 2) fans.
Hyper 212 EVO Version 2 is expected to go on sale in February, but its the price will not be too different from the normal version (this is supposed to be 37 dollars).
MasterLiquid ML120L and ML240L water cooling improved
Also in February, improved MasterLiquid cooling systems will be available for sale – Model MasterLiquid ML120L Version 2 and ML240L Version 2. The manufacturer has improved the pump and used a larger heat sink with SickleFlow 120 RGB fans.
The improved versions will be a little more expensive than the original ones – the MasterLiquid ML120L Version 2 model has been rated at $ 119, and MasterLiquid ML240L Version 2 on $ 129. On the other hand, we should expect better performance and lower noise levels.
What can you say about the new offer from Cooler Master? You can see that the manufacturer does not intend to rest on his laurels and improves his designs. There is no wonder, however, because competition in this industry is increasing, so you have to fight for the customer.
Source: Cooler Master
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