Cooler Master reveals enclosed water-cooling and 6 heat pipe coolers



/ 7 years ago

Cooler master has revealed their new enclosed water-cooling system similair to the likes of Corsair’s Hydro series, currently named “Project A-L2. It supports LGA 1366/1156/1155/755 and AMD2/AMD2+/AMD3 sockets.

Based on a Jenway pump which has a flow rate of 400 L/hr, the new cooler has a unique feature which is their new copper mesh base for increased efficiency.

Also Cooler master have revealed a new air cooler named Project S600 that features a honeycomb fin design as well as 6 heatpipes for better heat dissipation.


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CM 6 Heatpipe.jpg (125.5 KB)  CM Heatsink.JPG (148.1 KB)  CM S600.jpg (138.5 KB)



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7 Responses to “Cooler Master reveals enclosed water-cooling and 6 heat pipe coolers”
  1. Leo Bien Durana says:

    Is that the first water-cooling product from Cooler Master? The pump sure looks massive!

  2. Si KeVin says:

    Leo Bien Durana;18563 wrote: Is that the first water-cooling product from Cooler Master? The pump sure looks massive!

    It's not first one from CM.

  3. Sp3xz says:

    I believe so, the rest are standard air cooled a quick check on CM site doesn't seem to show any :confused:

  4. Si KeVin says:

    It's a legacy product called aquagate s1.

  5. Eternalchaos says:

    Nice to see coolmaster using a real pump 😎

  6. lucas4 says:

    that heatsink looks interesting. the grooved type design looks interesting 🙂

  7. Leo Bien Durana says:

    @Si KeVin: Thanks for answering my question. 🙂 *The pump really looks massive… Even bigger than Cool-it's offerings O.O*

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