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Cooler Master is entering the custom water cooling market

Cooler Master is entering the dedicated water cooling market

Cooler Master is entering the dedicated water cooling market

Cooler Master is entering the dedicated water cooling market

 

Cooler Master is entering the dedicated water cooling market with their new MasterLiquid Maker range of products that are easy to expand, customize, install, giving users some great options in their journey towards fully custom water cooling. 

The kit can be used with any water cooling coolant that you choose and is designed to be fitted easily into Cooler masters very own MasterCase. The kit includes a powerful 600LPH pump that is built into their reservoir and can be arranged in any way you want inside your system. 

 

Cooler Master is entering the dedicated water cooling market

 

Outside of Cooler Master's new custom water cooling offerings there is a bunch of new AIO water cooling options for those who prefer easy installation but still want the cool temperatures that are achieved by overclocking.

These new water cooling units are using Cooler Master's new "Patented" water block and pump design, which comes complete with LED Lighting. Hopefully this means that cooler master will not have to worry about any future Asetek lawsuits.

 

Cooler Master is entering the dedicated water cooling market

 

To complete Cooler Master's set of water cooling products is their new collection of MasterFan Pro fans, which are available in both Airflow and Air Pressure models as well as a Balanced model which has a design which is suitable for both.   

These fans will be available in both 120mm and 140mm sizes and are all designed to operate in silence.

   

Cooler Master is entering the dedicated water cooling market

  

What Cooler Master wants to do here is to create a market of Cooler Master "Makers" that can use their products almost exclusively inside their PCs for cooling and power. Hopefully all of these products will live up to their claims, providing us with cooling and silence while coming in a reasonable price. 

Water coolers can be a very picky bunch, who often like to stick to the same brands year after year, so hopefully Cooler Master can deliver water cooling performance at a cheap enough price in order to convince PC builders to move from popular brands like EK, XSPC and Alphacool. 

 

You can join the discussion on Cooler Master entering the Custom Water Cooling market on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

05-01-2016, 11:50:14

The_Governour
Will astek sue them again for touching anything to do with water? I wonder how those fans might do but if histroy should repeat it self then anything to do with cooler master is loud!Quote

05-01-2016, 12:25:49

AlienALX
lmao would be funny if thermaltake sued them Quote

05-01-2016, 13:09:36

Chrazey
What does thermaltake have to do with Cooler Master?...Quote

05-01-2016, 13:36:39

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
What does thermaltake have to do with Cooler Master?...
Nothing, hence the joke Quote

05-01-2016, 15:47:17

NeverBackDown
Well more competition can't hurt. Now it's up to them make quality products, otherwise the enthusiasts in the custom market will rip them a new one...Quote
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