Published on January 7th, 2019 | by gareth0
Cooler Master Reveals New Gaming Technology At CES
It will be interesting to see what they have at the show.
LAS VEGAS, NEV., JANUARY 7, 2019 – Cooler Master, a global leader in designing and
manufacturing innovative gaming peripherals and computer components, will be
showcasing its new line up of wireless peripherals including the MH670 gaming
headset, MM831 gaming mouse, SK621 65-key travel size keyboard, SK631 60% layout
keyboard, SK651 full-layout keyboard, and the GS750 headset stand with built in Qi
“Showcasing this “Work and Play” line-up at reflects the Cooler Master commitment to
bring high-performing products to gamers and creative pros of all levels.” says
Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager.
The MH670 is a wireless, hassle free headset that provides superior comfort through
lightweight construction and plush swiveling ear cups. Its 3.5mm connection adapts
to an array of devices including PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and
most mobile devices. Virtual 7.1 surround sound and 40mm Neodymium drivers work in
harmony to provide a full and a balanced sound with excellent noise isolation. Its
detachable Omni-directional boom microphone and fold-flat design grants easy
portability and usage beyond the gaming environment.
The SK621, SK631, and SK651 are slim profile mechanical keyboards with the perfect
balance of “work and play.” The SK series features Cherry MX low profile switches
that provide a reduced travel distance and actuation point with the same signature
durability and precision as a standard red switch. The boards can be used wired over
a removable Type-C USB or through Bluetooth 4.0 with the ability to support up to
three devices at a time. Per-key backlighting, surrounding light bars, and macros
can be fully customized through Cooler Masters easy to use Portal Software
Application. On-the-fly-controls allow real-time adjustments to lighting and macros
without the need of software, including Windows Lock On/Off to prevent accidental
actuation during game play.
Users can choose from three sizes depending on preference. The SK621 is compact and
has a 65-key layout perfect for on-the-go, the SK631 is a ten keyless layout for
users with limited desk space, and the SK651 is the series full-layout keyboard.
The MM831 is Cooler Master’s first wireless mouse. It features dynamic four zone RGB
lighting effects and is designed with top-of-the line 3360 optical sensor for
accuracy and speed, with settings up to 24,000 DPI. Its durable PBT chassis reduces
wear and tear, while Omron switches provide a 50M click reliability. Located in the
thumb-rest area, the hidden D-Pad grants fast access, especially useful in MMOs. Its
OLED screen permits further customization. Users can program the screen to display
graphics, track APMs, or reflect DPI settings.
The GS750 is more than a standard headset. It is equipped with Qi wireless charging
to be mobile devices ready to go and two USB 3.0 ports. 13 LEDS illuminate the
headset stand base and are customizable through Cooler Masters easy to use software
suite. Its onboard soundcard with 5.1 surround allow users headsets plug directly
into the stand for superior sound quality and complete immersion.
North America Pricing and Availability
SK621: $119.99 March 2019
SK631: $139.99 Q2
SK651: $159.99 Q3
MH670: $99.99 June 2019
GS750: $79.99 February 2019
ControlPad: $99.99 Cherry MX/89.99 Gateron May 2019
LAS VEGAS, NEV., JANUARY 7, 2019 – Cooler Master, a leading manufacturer of desktop
components and peripherals, today announced two new lines of Power Supply Units
(PSU) that will be available in the first half of 2019.
The V Platinum series joins Cooler Master’s high end PSU lineup. Equipped with 100%
Japanese capacitors, an 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency rating and wattage levels of
850, 1000 and 1300, the V Platinum will provide enough power and stability for any
heavy gamer, content creator or overclocker.
A built-in rail switch allows users to change between multi and single rail power
output settings for more stability or efficiency depending on PC configuration and
use scenario. The built-in Thermal Regulation Mode (TRM) of the V Platinum regulates
the temperature of the PSU by slowly increasing the fan speed when temperatures
increase, maintaining a comfortable unit temperature and minimizing noise output.
This full-modular PSU comes with thicker, 16 AWG PCIe cables and a 10-year warranty
for years of powerful performance.
XG Gold Advanced
Unveiled at Computex 2018, the XG Gold Advanced is the first generation of PSUs
fully designed by Cooler Master’s in-house engineering team. It’s unique digital,
LED panel displays PSU load, fan speed and temperature in real time. The XG Gold
Advanced will be available in 550, 650 and 750 Watt levels, is fully-modular and
comes with high efficiency 16AWG PCIe and CPU cables. In addition, the 135mm FDB fan
is equipped with RGB lighting and is compatible with AURA SYNC. Backed by a
seven-year warranty, the XG Gold has an 80 PLUS Gold efficiency rating and a
continuous operating temperature of 50°C.
North America Pricing & Availability:
V Platinum: March 2019 for a starting MSRP of $199 – $299, respectively.
XG Gold Advanced: May 2019
MasterBox Q500L and Q500P
The MasterBox Q500L applies all of the versatile features of the Q series, but with
the capability of supporting a standard ATX motherboard. With the same exterior
dimensions as the MasterBox Q300L, support for a standard ATX motherboard in the
Q500L was made possible by positioning the PSU in the front of the chassis instead
of the base. The movable I/O panel and support for vertical or horizontal
orientations, seen across the entire Q series, are also featured on the MasterBox
Q500L. With the exterior fully perforated, and covered by a magnetic dust filter,
the Q500L offers plenty of airflow for various cooling configurations.
The MasterBox Q500P will be released as a more premium aesthetic version in the Q500
series. Similar to the Q500L, the Q500P will maintain the external dimensions of the
Q series, but with the capability of supporting a standard ATX motherboard.
Additional proposed features include a tempered glass side panel and an upgraded I/O
MasterBox NR400 and NR600
The MasterBox NR400 and NR600 apply optimal cooling to a minimalistic, subtle
design. Each case will support a different form factor; the MasterBox NR400 will
support mATX motherboards, while the MasterBox NR600 will support standard ATX
motherboards. The use of mesh on the front panel contrasts the iconic smooth stripe
of the previous N Series, demonstrating a blend of elegance and airflow. With
thermal potential at the forefront of features, the front panel and top panel offer
generous ventilation. The MasterBox NR400 and NR600 features a tempered glass side
panel, fastened by thumbscrews on the rear panel, to keep the surface flush and
ASUS TUF Gaming Alliance:
MasterBox Q300L TUF Edition
The MasterBox Q300L joins the TUF Gaming Alliance, sporting the TUF marks on both
magnetic dust filters and side panels. With support for a standard ATX PSU, mATX
motherboards and horizontal or vertical positioning of the cases, the MasterBox
Q300L brings all of its advantages to the TUF Gaming Alliance.
A fully perforated chassis offers a high potential for thermal performance and also
supports a wide range of optional fan configurations. For aesthetic harmony, the
MasterBox Q300L TUF allows users to assemble their system with a full lineup of TUF
ASRock Phantom Gaming:
MasterCase H500P Mesh Phantom Gaming Edition & MasterBox K500 Phantom Gaming
The MasterCase H500P Mesh and the MasterBox K500 join the ASRock Phantom Gaming line
to ensure unrestricted airflow and a unified design for Phantom Gaming components.
Both the H500P Mesh and the K500 will sport the signature aesthetics of the Phantom
Gaming series shared throughout the entire product line of ASRock graphics cards and
motherboards. Users can properly show off their unified gear with the specialized
design of the MasterCase H500P Mesh Phantom Gaming Edition and the MasterBox K500
Phantom Gaming Edition.
North America Pricing & Availability
MasterBox Q500L: $49.99 Q2
MasterBox Q500P: N/A
MasterBox NR400: $59.99 Q1
MasterBox NR600: $59.99-64.99 Q1
MasterBox Q300L TUF Edition: $44.99, February 2019
MasterBox K500 Phantom Gaming Edition: $84.99, February 2019
MasterCase H500P Mesh Phantom Gaming Edition: $169.99, February 2019
Cooler Master will expand on the MasterAir series, with three new air coolers in
varying form factors. The MasterAir MA610M will feature a dual-tower heatsink with a
new SF120R fan sandwiched between the two towers for ample airflow. The six copper
heat pipe design and enlarged fins work in tandem to ensure maximum heat dissipation
and maintain stable CPU temperatures.
The Addressable RGB lighting, decorative black top plate and black coating of the
MA610M provide users with customization and an aesthetic appeal for any build.
Expanding upon the previously launched G100M, the new G100M v2 will feature the same
top down cooling as its predecessor, but with an elongated and narrowed design to
eliminate RAM clearance issues. The G100m v2 will utilize Cooler Master’s two phase
heat column technology, with a seven times larger circumference compared to standard
heat pipes, for a more rapid heat transfer over a smaller surface area. Mounted atop
the uniquely designed G100M v2 is an ARGB fan and ring for an added visual appeal.
The G300P will be Cooler Master’s next small-form-factor (SFF) air cooler. With an
ultra-low profile of 39.5mm, embedded heat pipes and 92mm fan, the G300P will
provide users with ample thermal performance in compact form. Other proposed
features of the G300P include RGB lighting.
Unveiled for the first time at Computex 2018, the MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage will be
Cooler Master’s new pro-level AIO cooler. Equipped with a mirror like pump cover
that enables users to see into the operation of the impeller when illuminated by the
ARGB lighting. When lighting is disengaged, the reflective cover displays the
hexagonal Cooler Master logo.
The new Cooler Master SF series of case fans are designed with a square fan frame
for more direct airflow and pressure. The new square shape of the SF series provides
more surface coverage on AIOs and air coolers. The SF120R will be available in both
RGB and ARGB models. The newly designed SF120P and 240P ARGB fans will be designed
with milk-white fan blades and external rim for a brighter reflection of light; with
the 120 model having 24 Addressable-RGB LEDs and the 240 model having 52
Addressable-RGB LEDs. The SF240P ARGB will be designed with an aperture frame, with
two fans integrated into the frame to reduce vibration and wires needed for
In addition, Cooler Master will introduce its new flagship case fan the SF120M.
Designed with performance in mind the SF120M utilizes Cooler Master’s Industrial Fan
Structure, which decreases the flex of the fan blades while ensuring a quiet
operation with maximum airflow. The Double-Ball Bearing decreases friction between
the fan and its bearings which further enhances performance.
ASRock Phantom Gaming Coolers
In addition, Cooler Master will release the Hyper 212 RGB and MasterLiquid ML240R
RGB Phantom Gaming Editions, in collaboration with ASRock. Both coolers will sport
the signature aesthetics of the Phantom Gaming series shared throughout the entire
product line of ASRock graphics cards and motherboards.
Pricing and Availability:
MasterAir MA610M: May 2019 for a starting MSRP of $89.99.
MasterAir G100M v2: June 2019 for a starting MSRP of $49.99.
MasterAir G300P: June 2019 for a starting MSRP of $49.99.
MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage: March 2019 for a starting MSRP of $139.99.
MasterFan SF120R RGB: February 2019 for a starting MSRP of $19.99.
MasterFan SF120R ARGB: February 2019 for a starting MSRP of $24.99.
MasterFan SF120/240P ARGB: February, 2019.
MasterFan SF120M: April 2019 for a starting MSRP of $29.99