Cooler Master shows its latest products at Computex 2013

The Computex -which takes place at Taipei, Taiwan- has given many manufacturers the opportunity to showcase their products. One of them is CoolerMaster with their heatsinks, cases and other devices.

CM Storm Reaper Mouse.

This new right-handed mouse, part of Cooler Master’s gaming division, features the Avago 9800 sensor, a 8200 dpi resolution, speed of 150 ips and acceleration of 30 g, Omron switches and a 128 KB memory.

CM Mech Keyboard.

We already saw this keyboard at the CeBIT, which took place at Hanover a couple of months ago. This aluminium keyboard features Cherry MX Brown, Red and Blue mechanisms. The Mech’s design is a bit wierd, is has white LED backlighting with a couple different configurations, support for up to 15 macros per profile (and up to 5 profiles) and 128 KB memory. It also has a USB 3.0 hub with two ports and audio in/out jacks. It will cost around 200 USD.

Cooler Master Seidon 120D.

This liquid cooling system features two radiators with a 120-millimeter fan between them. So, instead of a single radiator with two fans, this system opts for the opposite, not to mention it’s possible to add more fans.

Cooler Master V4 GTS and V8 GTS.

These two new heatsinks feature four and eight 6-millimeter heatpipes, respectively. The V4 GTS has two 120-millimeter fans, while the V8 GTS has two 140-millimeter ones. Both are compatible with the current AMD and Intel sockets.

Cooler Master GX II.

The second generation of GX power supplies has been announced, and although they are designed for gaming computers, they can surely meet the needs of most users while still being affordable. These new series support the Intel Haswell processors’ low-resource consuming mode. They also include four 6+2-pin PCIe connectors, nine SATA connectors, three Molex, 24-pin ATX and 4+4-pin EPS.

Computex 2013. SilverStone. Tower PCs in different formats

The first tower we saw was the SilverStone Raven RV04, which we talked about last month. The main new feature of this tower is that you can set the components rotated 180 degrees; previous Raven models only allowed for a 90-degree rotation.  It supports ATX and the bigger E-ATX motherboards, as well SSI CEB multi-socket boards. It has two frontal hinges; you can open it to find two 5.25″ bays. It also features two USB 3.0, one microphone and one minijack ports.


Other noteworthy units are the SilverStone PT14, PT15 y PT16 (from smaller to bigger size, respectively), which are very simple and minimalistic, perfect for CPUs like the Intel NUC (next Unit Computing). These models’ heatpipes transfer the heat directly from the processor to the tower. At SilverStone’s stand, we could see it working with an Intel Core i3-3217U processor and two DDR3 2GB memory modules without any trouble. They support mSATA SSD HD drives.


Finally, the T004 caught our attention because of its peculiar shape. It is clearly designed to be set vertically; its dimensions are 163 x 180 x 430 mm, so you can imagine it. It supports PCI-Express x16 3.0 graphics cards, with the video output at its upper part. It has a 450W SFX power supply, 80 PLUS Bronze certified.