Cooler Master tease an AIO tower Cooler Hybrid

Cooler Master tease an AIO Air Cooler Hybrid

Cooler Master tease an AIO Air Cooler Hybrid

Cooler Master tease an AIO Air Cooler Hybrid


Cooler Master have started teasing a new AIO Air Cooler Hybrid, which brings AIO cooling performance into the same form factor as a traditional air cooled heatsink. 

This new water cooler design will install like a conventional CPU cooler but will offer the cooling performance of an AIO liquid cooler, removing a lot of the compatibility concerns that are typically associated with PC liquid coolers. 

This cooler will support up to two fans and will finally give gamers a choice to have both an AIO liquid cooler and a tower style heatsink at the same time. 


We will soon be unveiling a new product that will flip CPU cooling on its back. Literally. Because we've trimmed down the all-in-one liquid cooler so much that it can instantly rotate, all in one piece, right on top of your CPU. Add two fans, and it looks and installs more like an air cooler. But it's not. It's a new breed that blurs the lines so you don't have to choose a side. Choose two.

  Cooler Master tease an AIO Air Cooler Hybrid  

Right now Cooler Master is being very tight lipped about this radical new cooler design, though we expect to see an official announcement from the company within the next few weeks.


You can join the discussion on Cooler Master's new AIO tower heatsink hybrid on the OC3D Forums.  


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Most Recent Comments

10-08-2016, 12:39:21

Saw this a few days ago on the FB page, Actually quite excited to see this new concept, Hope Corsair cotton onto it too Quote

10-08-2016, 13:51:58

Saw this concept on computex I believe, and I cant really understand why it is flippableQuote

10-08-2016, 14:18:03

Interesting enough.Quote

10-08-2016, 14:39:04

might get one, color me intrigued.Quote

10-08-2016, 14:47:54

Yes but the performance will have to justify the design, if it performs as good as a Noctua NHD15, BeQuiet Dark Rock Pro 3, the Cryorig R1 Ultimate etc it's going to be pointless getting one for your rig since you add the noise of a pump plus the noise of the fans that are going to dissipate the heat plus the risk of a leak. Unless it's so compact that it can fit in ITX cases, that is going to be nice to seeQuote

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