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COMPUTEX 2014: Cooler Master Goes Digital

By Bryan Chan - on 6 Jun 2014, 9:49am

COMPUTEX 2014: Cooler Master Goes Digital

Cooler Master has a booth in COMPUTEX 2014.

Yesterday, we managed to visit Cooler Master’s booth and conference room to get a better idea of what the company will be launching this year. If you’ve been a fan of Cooler Master, then this year will be an exciting one for you as the company is about to launch several great products very soon. Unfortunately, we weren't allowed to take pictures in the conference room, as the products shown there weren't the final versions. We did however, get some images from Cooler Master to share.

Among these products is the Nepton liquid cooling series, the Novatouch TKL keyboard and the Digital 1200 Titanium PSU. First on the list, the Nepton liquid cooling series consists of four different systems. These systems feature the Advanced Silent Driver, which provides a high flow rate of 120 liters per hour, while maintaining a noise level below 11dBA. The Nepton range also makes use of Silencio fan(s) that offer noise levels around 1dBA and air pressure rated at 1.2mmH2O. In simpler terms, it’s silent and offers plenty of airflow. There are four different variants of systems in this series - the 120XL, 140XL, 240M and 280L.

Another interesting product showed to us was the Novatouch TKL keyboard. This particular keyboard may look simple, but it makes use of some rather interesting switches. These switches are known as Hybrid Capacitive switches and they provide actuation of just 45g across the entire keyboard, making them perfect for typing and gaming.

This is the Cooler Master TKL, which is equipped with switches developed by Cooler Master.

Last but not least, we were shown the highly impressive Digital 1200 Titanium PSU. Certified with the 80 PLUS Titanium certification, this PSU offers the best levels of efficiency you can find today. What’s even more impressive is that you will be able to monitor and control every aspect of this PSU with the use of an app. There’s a built-in Bluetooth module, so all you have to do is download the app, connect to the PSU, and you’d be able to adjust fan speed, calculate wattage, and much more. The app will be available on both Android and iOS platforms.

The Cooler Master Digital 1200 Titanium PSU can be controlled via an app.

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