Cooler Master’s New Cooling Products For 2016

This year at CES Cooler Master was showing off all of their new cooling products for 2016. These included two new AiO coolers, three new types of fans, a pretty big air cooler, and an open-loop liquid cooling system.

Lets start with the new all-in-one liquid CPU coolers that include the MasterLiquid Pro 240 and MasterLiquid Pro 120. As you can guess these coolers feature 120 mm and 240 mm radiators. These new coolers will feature new fans and thicker tubing. The coolers also have patented water blocks and pumps. The water block has a dual-directional design. The pump is a two-tier pump that operates at near-silent efficiency. The dual chamber design pumps 120 liters an hour for a lifecycle of more than seven years, with less vibration of benchmarked competitors.


Moving on to fans we have the new MasterFan Pro, which will be available in 120 and 140 mm versions and three different flavors. Air Flow is better for the rear panel, designed to exhaust hot air out of your system. Air Pressure is ideal for the radiator, front panel, or any compact system that needs to disperse heat rapidly. The Balance is the perfect fit for Full Tower cases and is an excellent balance between Air Flow and Air Pressure.


Cooler Master is introducing the MasterAir Maker 8 CPU cooler. This tower cooler features 3D Vapor Chamber technology, eight copper heatpipes, and dual 140 mm cooling fans. Since this is a Maker product you are able to change it. It will come with two different top covers and two sets of fan mounts so you can change the fans from the 140 mm to 120 mm.


Finally we have the MasterLiquid Maker, which is designed to be an open-loop liquid cooling kit. This kit will be made up of a CPU block, pump, reservoir, radiator, tubing, and coolant. We expect there to be different versions with different size radiators and other options as well. This is currently only in prototype phase so expect it later in 2016.


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