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CES 2013 PureOC Coverage

Posted January 22, 2013 by Kenny in Cases & PSU

Cooler Master Continued P2:

Cooler Master is also bringing back some of the favorites amongst modders with the Aluminum Chassis from its previous ATCS line up. While this is only prototype I am sure the final result of this case will look fantastic. This is the ATCS 710 model and will feature support for water cooling with fitment of 240mm rad at the top.

Here is another look at the chassis with the front intake fan popped open, this makes for easy cleaning.

Here we have some interior shots of what to expect, while this isn’t the full complete model we get an idea of what they are looking to incorporate such as the modular HD cage.

Here they also showed the Centurion cases with a slight aesthetic change to its front grill/mesh. What do you think of the new design?

Here at the top of this chassis we see support for 2x 120mm fans.

Cooler Master also has plans to release a new line of cooling fans with a sleek new design that will perform with better airflow along with rubber mounting points that will have less vibrations. One other item to note is the mounts will be removable which we can see lots of potential for modders out there putting that to use.

While providing great airflow, these fans will have a motor that can allow users to completely stop the blade and not damage its internal bearing. This has sensors that will sense if the fan has restriction and not allow the motor to move. That’s a great new feature! We have Nic here demonstrating for us.

While we’re on the subject of cooling we also got a chance to take a look at Cooler Master’s up coming release of the fully expandable AIO coolers, the Eisberg. We have a chance to look at both the 120 and 240 models and we have to say, we are excited to see benchmarks on these just to see how they perform.

With a closer look at the pumps we have to say… we are impressed with its design and aesthetic appeal.

We have all seen the Seidon series of coolers during initial release and it looks like Cooler Master is stepping it up with the XL version of this cooler with a slightly larger Rad.

One popular air cooler from Cooler Master’s previous design is the CM 212 model, and here we have a new cooler, the TCP 612 which has Cooler Masters exculsive technology with the Vapor Chambers for better cooling. The cooler fin design really looks quite nice and we can’t wait to see more of these.

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