Cooler Master’s upcoming Sneaker X was Unveiled during Cooler Master’s Chronos Summit 2022 event. The very intriguing Sneaker X is based on a JMDF mod. The original concept is derived from one of the winners of the Cooler Master’s Case Mod World Series 2020 competition.
That winning PC mod had the following specs: a Core i5-9500F processor, ASUS ROG Strix Z390-I Gaming motherboard, Inno3D GeForce GTX 1060 (3GB) graphics card, 16GB of RAM, 240GB SSD, Cooler Master Elite 600 v4 power supply, and Cooler Master MasterFan MF122R RGB fan.
Cooler Master had recently confirmed that it will make use of the mod design and will make it available to everyone soon. The model will be called the Sneaker X. Buyers will be able to preorder it by the third quarter of the year 2022.
Reportedly the buyers will be able to customize the look of the Sneaker X before ordering one, with different color and design options. The custom PC will have a “unique water cooling system” and support the “latest high end graphics cards and other high performance hardware.”
Cooler Master has revealed that the design looks intimidating, but says it is implementing a way that will make it relatively easy to swap out parts.
It will be interesting to see build options offered when the preorders start. The price for the Sneaker X is yet to be revealed.