CoolerMaster Shows Off New Cooling Products at Computex

We stopped by CoolerMaster at Computex to take a look at what's new. First up are two new water coolers, the Eisberg 120 and 240, which differ in their size of radiator and the addition of a second 120mm fan.

Both feature a coppe

r base plate and are open loop systems, so user can choose the coolant. The fan(s) measure 120 x 120 x 25 mm (4.7 x 4.7 x 1 in) and have a speed of 1600 RPM. Supported sockets include: Intel LGA 775/1156/1155/1366/2011 and AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2. Look for these in early July.


In August, CoolerMaster will be launching an air cooler called the TPC 612. It will have a single 120 mm fan, but air flow and noise information weren't yet available. It features four 6mm heatpipes, a flat vapor chamber design, a nickel plated copper base, and aluminum alloy fins. The dimensions are 145 x 79 x 165 mm (5.7 x 3.11 x 6.5 in), and for the heatsink itself 120 x 120 x 25 mm (4.7 x 4.7 x 1 in)

Other upcoming products discussed, but not available for photography are the AL120 and 240, plus an upcoming flagship. The AL120/240 will be similar to the Eisberg, but will have a flatter water block. There will also be a low-cost version of the AL120 that's still unnamed, but targeted for budget users around $50.

Coming late July will be V8GT-VC-X, the upcoming flagship air cooler. It will have a square vapor chamber in the base of the cooler, made of nickel-plated copper, along with eight heatpipes. Expect dual 140 mm fans with LEDs with fins made of aluminum alloy.

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Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • ddan49
    So.... is there anything replacing the Evo/212+?
  • A Bad Day
    I hope that Toms' Hardware can roll out torture tests, err, benchmarks, to show if such products are worthy to be on the market.
  • HopelessNoob
    i just use my college box fan
  • -Fran-
    Darn, they need to put a low profile solution for HTPC's that is not a watercooler, lol.

    Come on CM! I'm waiting for a low profile GeminII! That thing is amazing, but too high for my HTPC, lol.

  • rubix_1011
    Another boxed 'liquid cooler' for the masses. No thanks.
  • f-14
    rubix_1011Another boxed 'liquid cooler' for the masses. No thanks.are all your cars and airplane custom made also?
    it's bad enough 99.95 % of the time it's user error, you want user error to come in contact with 500w-1200w?
  • nikorr
    Keep them coming : )

    More of the same will keep the prices in check!
  • rds1220
    Meh another open loop all in one water cooling kit that probably performs no better (or worse than) than high-end air cooling. Thats ok I'll keep my custom water cooling loop.
  • pythy
    I loved how they attached the ima

    ge in the middle of the paragraph there
  • stingstang
    Budget-oriented at $50 huh? There might be something missed the 20 thousand ppl who buy the evo 212+ a day at $30.