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Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P

When we asked "which CPU cooler are you using?" it was no surprise to find that a few folk were rocking a Cooler Master 212. The original may be getting old, but newer variants are readily available and at under £30 the 212 remains a viable option for many users. But what if you need something a little more extreme? That's where the Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P comes in. Described by the manufacturer as "an engineering masterpiece," the MA620P is said to adapt the favoured 212 heatsink design into a dual-tower form factor better suited to enthusiasts.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 13:44:25 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Cooler Master MasterBox K500

Cooler Master has been busy updating its chassis product line in 2018, and amid the numerous new additions, it has high hopes for the MasterBox K500. Designed to offer gaming appeal at a £75 price point, the mid-tower enclosure is Cooler Master's interpretation of what today's PC gamers are looking for in a mainstream case. Given the industry trends that have developed in recent years, it is no surprise to find that glass and RGB lighting are key selling points. MasterBox K500 flaunts an "edge-to-edge," 4mm-thick tempered glass side panel that is lightly tinted and held in place by a bottom hinge and two top thumb screws. It's a sure-fire way of adding an extra layer of elegance and will suit those who want to show off their hardware.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 12:36:22 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Cooler Master ML240R RGB Liquid Cooler Review

It has been a fair while since we last reviewed a CPU cooler from Cooler Master. Well, that changes today as we are looking at the ML240R RGB liquid cooler, with addressable RGB lighting on both the pump and the fans. Priced at just under £110, can this strike a balance between good looks and impressive performance? Let’s find out. As the name suggests, the ML240R is a 240mm liquid cooler from Cooler Master. The ‘ML’ stands for ‘Master Liquid’ and is nothing to do with magnetic levitation fans, while the ‘R’ stands for ‘regular’ as Cooler Master products are now split into three tiers – lite, regular and pro.  "


Posted on Monday, July 16, 2018 @ 13:39:29 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Cooler Master MasterCase H500P

It was way back at Computex that Cooler Master first announced plans to refresh its flagship line of PC chassis with a pair of new offerings. The all-singing, all-dancing Cosmos C700P arrived a couple of weeks ago promising everything but the kitchen sink for enthusiasts willing to hand over £280, but if that's too dear for your liking, you may have decided to wait for the more approachable MasterCase H500P. Officially launched today at a cost of £135, the H500P is a modern-day reimagining of Cooler Master's popular range of HAF enclosures. Described simply as "the must have chassis for people who require High AirFlow," the H500P's signature feature is a pair of extra large 200mm front intakes guaranteeing a plentiful supply of clear air. There's more to it than that, mind, so let's take a closer look.  "


Posted on Sunday, November 19, 2017 @ 10:47:06 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 280 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

The new MasterLiquid Pro 280 Liquid CPU Cooler from Cooler Master does impress with the good quality of materials, durability of both pump, fans but also features impressive cooling capabilities when talking about an octal-core overclocked platform. Given we do have at our disposal the stock AM4 backplate, the installation for the Ryzen platform is pretty straight forward thanks to the Upgrade Kit and the supplied MasterFan Pro 140mm do offer an extra level of customization, by offering an integrated fan controller, with three different profiles.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 15:15:44 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Cooler Master Devastator 3 Keyboard and Mouse Combo Review

By releasing the Devastator 3 keyboard plus mouse combo, Cooler Master is also taking care of the entry level gaming segment, but can be also considered suitable for people that do not want to invest a lot on peripherals, but still take advantage of RGB functionality. The keyboard is available with many layouts and for cutting down costs, the manufacturer has went for a membrane-type switch, but at the same time has customized its design in order to increase the durability. The mouse packs an Avago sensor with a maximum DPI of 2400MHz, adjustable in four different preset steps and comes with an ergonomic shape; Cooler Master has used Omron switches for the buttons so the buttons are guaranteed to operate optimally up to 10 million actuations.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 14:53:16 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Cooler Master Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition Review

After 25 years, Cooler Master has something to celebrate and as such unleashes nostalgia with the Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition. The chassis with its familiar looks is that Ultra tower you already know from 2012, yep that 70 cm / 28" in height beast. It looks, feels and breathes the same as the 2012 model but now comes with in a much desired tempered glass side panel version. This unit houses the biggest big XL-ATX motherboards and comes with brushed aluminum side panels; unlock and swing them open like regular doors, instead of removing panels. Yeah, the 25th Anniversary feel is already kicking in, isn't it? It sure took Cooler Master a while to prolong the Cosmos II, as hey the model was released back in 2012 my man. That Cosmos II (which was based of the original cosmos as well), it still selling though with full channel availability.  "


Posted on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 @ 11:48:10 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 6 Review

In a sea of gaming PC cases, there are very few that pull the sleek, minimalistic look that many have come to love. I think for me it all started back with the Voodoo Omen that I really started to like cases that were simple, yet did an amazing job housing a powerful system. It seems like some at Cooler Master have the same affinity for a simple design integrated with some forward thinking internal design options. Cooler Master’s  FreeForm™ modular system is aimed at giving users a new level of flexibility when building their systems. We will see just what the MasterCase has to offer in this review.  "


Posted on Monday, May 08, 2017 @ 18:44:48 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Cooler Master MasterBox 5t Review

The Cooler Master MasterBox 5t mid tower is a new updated version of the original MasterBox 5. Featuring a style easily reminiscent of the more expensive MasterCase 5t, the MasterBox 5t gives the entry to advanced level builder an option for a tower that has an aggressive and slightly custom feeling design at a reasonable price. The 5t is aimed at the gaming market and has a style intended to blend well with current market hardware. With a new paint job and some critical design updates, the 5t offers gamers a great starting point to begin the never ending dream of building the perfect PC. With a large upgrade potential and some cool features in store, we think the 5t will find a nice footing in the case market. Let’s take a look at the specifications chart and dive into what this case has to offer.  "


Posted on Monday, April 03, 2017 @ 12:37:45 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 6 review

Cooler Master recently launched their latest iteration of the MasterCase series, yes as such it is time to look at their MasterCase Pro 6. The chassis fits the MasterCase product concept. A concept that allows you to mod and adjust the cassis to have the something that fits your needs (within defined parameters of course). The chassis series oozes and breathes pure DIY PC building and creating your own style PC. The new MasterCase 6 has space for motherboards up-to standard ATX form factors, it comes with dark side panels and some new innovations. New at the front is a LED glow located at the bottom. Also the I/O panel is now hidden located at the top panel.  "


Posted on Monday, April 03, 2017 @ 12:17:46 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

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