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Wednesday, 23 February 2011 20:48

Cooler Master prepares new products for Cebit 2011

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Two cases, a pair of coolers, new PSUs and more
As it could have been foretold, Cooler Master will be attending this years Cebit show in cold Hannover, Germany and as always we'll have a chance to see some new products.

The entire lineup of new products will be quite interesting as Cooler Master, or CM as we like to call it, was holding back for Cebit and it will be quite interesting to see a batch of new products once the show starts. Cooler Master didn't want to reveal any pictures yet as it has to keep some things as a surprise for Cebit, but it did shed some details. The Silent Chassis M and the CM Storm Enforcer will be two new cases and we managed to twist a hand or two to get some details.

According to what we know so far, the Silent Chassis M will support the USB 3.0 standard, will have an integrated SD card reader on its front I/O panel and Cooler Master's X-Dock tech for 3.5 and 2.5" HDDs. As you could have guessed from the name, the case should be one of the quietest ones that came from CM and will use some kind of soundproof insulation on its front and side panels.

The CM Storm Enforcer will be a case aimed at gamers and this one will also feature USB 3.0 ports, the removable HDD cage and patented Storm Guard Security feature. As you would expect from the Storm line of products, this one will be all about looks and we are sure that we will easily spot it at CM's booth at Cebit.

The cooler lineup will be represented by the Hyper 612S and GeminII S524. the new Hyper series CPU cooler will, as always, be aimed at silence-oriented operation, while the next generation of top-blow GeminII series will still feature a large heatsink meant for cooling not only the CPU but also other components on the motherboard.

In addition to those, Cooler Master will also be showing a new line of "semi-fanless" power supplies, the Silent Pro Hybrid. As far as we know so far, these will feature a fully modular design, external fan connect ports and manual fan speed control. It will be available in three different models, 850, 1050 and 1300W.

Other products include a new CM Storm Sirius surround gaming headset as well as the bunch of Choixx products for backup power including the Power Fort Go Music, iPower Fort and Solar Backpack Battery.

Of course, we'll be quite happy to drop by, make some photos and check those new products out. So stay tuned once Cebit starts.

Last modified on Thursday, 24 February 2011 09:54

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+1 #1 BiohazardSperm 2011-02-24 15:16
Knew something was in the works,As a CM Beta tester we have not seen or heard of anything since the V6 and Mega PSU's were tested .Been a long dry spell
 
 
0 #2 Super XP 2011-02-24 18:01
It's because Competition has been fierce as of late. Just look at OCZ, very well regarded for their ultra high quality DDR memory sets and modules for years now. Unfortunately they’ve decided to leave the RAM business and concentrating on solid state storage along with other innovations.
 
 
+1 #3 BiohazardSperm 2011-02-24 19:53
i understand that ,but even with the V10/V6 and other products ive beta'ed we were working with items that no one knew about (NDA) and as far as beta testing goes we have seen nothing to even test for quite some time now.
 
 
0 #4 nECrO 2011-02-25 07:20
Hopefully CM takes a lesson from Corsair and gives some thought to cable management. The Storm series cases have been nice looking cases but a nightmare to manage cables in. Kind of like a Ferrari with a crappy interior.....
 
 
0 #5 BiohazardSperm 2011-02-25 07:58
I will say this CoolerMaster does listen to the Beta feedback and to customers.I strongly suggest anyone email or post on the CM forums http://forum.coolermaster.com/index.php and voice your opinions and constructive suggestions.
 

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