Cooler Master reveals new cooling solutions at CES 2018

Cooler Master shows off a new line of liquid and air coolers at CES.

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CES 2018 - Cooler Master shows off its new range of thermal solutions at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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The latest coolers from Cooler Master include the MasterAir G100M air cooler, which uses the company's unified Heat Column design to ensure your CPU stays nice and cool while under load. The G100M is a low-profile cooler that also features smart add-ons like thermal detection and RGB lighting.

Cooler Master with 25 years of innovation in thermal design and production, unveils a wide range of cooling products that is set to redefine liquid and air cooling. There is the revolutionary design in heat transfer with the Heat Column that allows exceptional performance in low-profile coolers. Smart features such as thermal detection and addressable RGB LED in liquid and air coolers offer users many options from Cooler Master. And increase co-development cooling products, puts Cooler Master at the forefront of thermal design.

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"The entire block of Heat Column is able to transfer a massive amount of heat away from the CPU in the shortest distance possible. This break-through design enables low profile design of the MasterAir G100M to reach TDP of 130W that matches performance of traditional heat sinks," reads a press release from Cooler Master.

Cooler Master also showed off its RGB LED-enabled liquid and air coolers, which feature 16.7 million different color options. The coolers are certified by ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, and ASRock, and the MasterLiquid ML240 SMART and MasterAir MA410M come with smart temp detection that will change colors based on the temperature of your CPU.

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