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The Cooler Master HAF XB is unique in its design and concept. While considered to be mid-tower, this casing is designed to maximize the airflow within and prolong component lifespan as a result. It's also capable of supporting Tower Coolers for CPU and 3-way SLI or CrossfireX configuration.
At their room in COMPUTEX 2012, Cooler Master displayed a boatload of cool mobile and tablet accessories as well as a slew of casings, keyboards and mice to titillate the senses. We bring you a selection of what will be coming to Malaysia soon.
It's casings galore at COMPUTEX 2012 and here's a selection of new and interesting designss from Antec, Aerocool and CFI.
Cooler Master is breathing new life into their entry-level mid-tower line-up with the new Elite 431 Plus. We take a look to see if Cooler Master delivered on their promise of bringing premium features to entry-level casings.
Cooler Master is reviving their Silent series of computer chassis with two new Silencio models. We check out the flagship Silencio 550 to see if it is really a smooth and quiet operator.
Anyone that's ever had a laptop on their, well lap, will know how hot some of these machines can run. Especially if you're playing games or watching a long movie. We take a look at Cooler Master's new NotePal X3 Cooling Pad to see if it will keep your notebook from running a fever.
The Cubitek Mini-Tank is a casing designed specially for Mini-ITX boards and gamers. We check out the diminutive casing to see if it lives up to its bold claims.
The giant Cooler Master Storm USB 3.0 notebook cooler packs two large, 140mm fans, can accommodate up to 19-inch notebooks, and also has an integrated USB 3.0 hub. Check out this giant among coolers.
If you are looking for a no-frills notebook cooler large enough to support your 17-inch monster, Thermaltake just might have the answer.
The latest member of Cooler Master's Elite series is an all-black mid-tower casing that promises to fit even the largest of graphics cards. Can the Elite 430 Black live up to its claims?