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Cooler Master Musketeer "System Dynamics Detector"

We've seen a whole range of rheobus style front bay devices hit the market over the past couple years all offering uniqueness for ones computer case and functionality in controlling fans and monitoring system temperatures. Not many are able to beat the Cooler Master Musketeer "System Dynamics Detector" when it comes to looks though. Read on!

| Cables & Accessories in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Dec 20, 2003 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%Manufacturer: Cooler Master

 

Introduction

 

When you think Cooler Master, the first thing that comes to mind is cooling. After all, they have long been in the business of creating a large array of OEM and commercial cooling solutions for both AMD and Intel systems. After much success in cooling, they have recently begun spreading their interests in several different directions. Quality enclosures comes readily to mind as well as any number of other concepts.

 

But today we have the opportunity to look at something completely different. It is a device called the Musketeer and is dubbed a "System Dynamic Detector". It offers more aesthetic appeal than functionality, but with PC systems becoming more individualized than ever, this isn't a bad thing.

 

So come join us as we take a look at this new product from Cooler Master. We'll look at what it is capable of and try to help you decide if it deserves a place in your personal rig.

 

 

 

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