Starting out in life as a manufacturer of cooling devices, Cooler Master has been around for over a decade. I can still recall seeing a lot of coolers with the company logo coming out as OEM coolers for many computer systems, but these folks have grown a bit since then. While thermal devices are still in their blood, they have expanded and are becoming well known for their power supplies and enclosures.
Today's article will take a look at one of their recent entries into the mid-tower market, the CM690. It takes some of their tried and true features and mixes it with a liberal dose of new goodies and adds in a decent price tag to boot.
So kick up your heels for a bit as we dig into the CM690 from Cooler Master. As always we will delve into the features and then try to decide if it is worthy of our heard-earned dollars.
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