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Cooler Master Masterair G100M UFO RGB CPU Cooler Review


Cooler Master Masterair G100M

Over the years, Cooler Master has released many incredible and award-winning CPU coolers. Of course, these span virtually every budget, from their ever-popular Hyper 212X, to their high-end AIO liquid cooling solutions. Now they’re back with something that’s completely oddball and unique, just to keep us on our toes.

The Masterair G100M is unlike anything we’ve seen from Cooler Master before and takes some of its design ideas from a 60’s flying saucer. Don’t be fooled though, as it still comes equipped with modern features. You’ll find the built-in fan packs Cooler Master’s latest RGB lighting tech, as well as some slick edge lighting for extensive customisation. Of course, you can control that with your motherboard RGB hardware, or with the included software-free switching system.

What Cooler Master Had to Say

“The MasterAir G100M is a 74.5mm low-profile CPU cooler designed for small form factor cases and compact PC builds. It has the Cooler Master custom Heat Column technology which enables exceptional heat transfer with the compact size. The illumination of RGB LED ring and fan allows for full-color customization which is easily controlled by the wired RGB LED Controller. A powerful 92mm fan is included to maximize the top down cooling.” – Cooler Master

Features

  • Heat Column – Cooler Master custom Heat Column technology increases the direct contact surface area for exceptional heat transfer and cooling performance.
  • RGB Ring – illuminate your cooler with RGB Ring and fan which are both certified compatible to motherboard vendors RGB software.
  • Low Profile – 74.5mm in height, perfect for small form factors and HTPC.
  • Wired RGB Controller – The Controller allows customizable colors and effects for the fans and top cover with just the touch of a button.

Specifications

What’s in the Box

The cooler comes bundled with everything you need to mount on any of the usual AMD or Intel motherboards/CPUs with ease. This includes a universal backplate, quality screws, and some handy thermalpaste. You also get a Molex powered RGB lighting controller, which is pretty neat.

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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