Cooler Master had a small booth at QuakeCon 2008 and shared space with several other companies. One of their main attractions was the CSX cases. One lucky gamer actually won the VW Bus CSX case in a drawling. We will have a review of the Cooler Master CSX Medusa within the next few days so be sure to keep an eye out for it.
This CSX case was given away at the show. The gamer was spotted later carrying the case with a box of accessories on top of it, possibly scratching it up. It is too bad someone won the case who obviously can't appreciate the amount of time and hard work that went into making it.
The Lost Planet themed case was also on display. This is one beautiful case that couldn't be overlooked by passer bys.
Look up bad ass in the dictionary and this is the picture you will see.
Cooler Master also had a prototype of their soon to be released V8 cooler.
The V8 houses a single 120mm fan in the middle of an assortment of aluminum fins attached to the base with six heatpipes that wrap around to both sides, giving you twelve heatpipe cooling! - I can't wait to get on it for testing!
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