Cooler Master Unveils New Air and Liquid Coolers at Computex
New Coolers Ranging from SFF Air to a New Dual-Pump AiO Design
Cooler Master’s Computex announcements include a number of new cooler designs from low-profile heatsinks to AiO coolers, and a look at a new cooling technology.
MasterAir Maker 3DVVC
We’ll begin with the MasterAir Maker 3DVVC, and the unusual name is an acronym for Cooler Master’s new 3D Vertical Vapor Chamber technology.
"Instead of the traditional heat pipes to dissipate the heat from the CPU, this cooler uses one single unit of a 3D Vertical Vapor Chamber to replace the heat pipes. The vapor chamber is precisely shaped into a U shape configuration to evenly distribute the CPU heat into the aluminum fins and cooled down by two 140mm fans."
Back to a more traditional design using heat pipes, the MA620M is a dual-tower air cooler with a single 120mm fan and addressable RGB lighting (very much in the style of Cooler Master’s previous Wraith Ripper design).
"The MasterAir MA620M comes with dual blacked out aluminum towers with a uniform 6 heat pipe layout to dissipate heat evenly. The Silencio FP120 fan provides high air pressure with silent performance to cool away the heat from the heat pipes in silence. Easy mounting system along with an array of Addressable RGB LED lighting makes the MA620M one of the best option in the market for an air cooling solution."
MasterAir G200P and G400P
To close out the new air cooler announcements Cooler Master has a pair of low-profile designs for small form-factor builds.
"The G200P and G400P will be Cooler Master’s next small-form-factor (SFF) air coolers. With an ultra-low profile of 39.5mm for the G200P and 58mm for G400P, embedded 2 heat pipes (G200P) and 4 heat pipes (G400P), and 92mm fan for both models the G200 and 400P will provide users with ample thermal performance in compact form. Other proposed features include RGB lighting."
MasterLiquid Dual Pump AIO Design
Moving on from air cooling we begin with one of the most unusual all-in-one concepts we’ve seen: Cooler Master’s dual-pump design. While not part of an announced product just yet, it is a significant departure from most existing AiO pump implementations and it will be interesting to see how much more effective this approach might be.
"Cooler Master is introducing its new dual pump AIO liquid cooler that incorporates a new dual chamber design on both pumps. The dual pump is designed to enhance cooling performance by maximizing the flow rate and flow pressure of the coolant to the water block. The enhanced flow rate and flow pressure of the coolant will dissipate the CPU heat at a much faster rate compared to the traditional AIO liquid coolers."
MasterLiquid Maker 240 New Edition
An update to Cooler Master’s first liquid cooling kit for CPUs, this version offers a new pump and reservoir design together create a liquid vortex. Yes. A liquid vortex.
"By having the liquid flow through the top of the reservoir and then suctioned out through the bottom of the pump into the water block the exclusive in-house pump design creates a liquid vortex effect. The reservoir is equipped with addressable RGB (ARGB) LED lighting to enhance the liquid vortex effect."
MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage
A much more conventional liquid cooler design in comparison to the first two, the ML240 Mirage still manages to offer something a little different with its transparent pump cover and addressable RGB lighting.
"Designed and manufactured by Cooler Master’s skilled in-house team, the ML240P Mirage uncovers what’s inside. Featuring a transparent pump cover, this uniquely designed AIO provides users with a clear view of the operating impeller; coupled with eight ARGB LEDs around the internal rim of the pump, users of the ML240P Mirage will be delighted with a hypnotizing light show."
Pricing and Availability
The MasterLiquid Dual Pump AIO Design release is “to be determined”, but we do have info about the other models from Cooler Master:
- MasterAir Maker 3DVVC: December 2019, starting MSRP $129.99
- MasterAir MA620M: August 2019, starting MSRP $99.99
- MasterAir G200P: August 2019, starting MSRP $39.99
- MasterAir G400P: CES 2020, starting MSRP $39.99
- MasterLiquid Maker 240 New Edition: October 2019, starting MSRP $299.99 – $349.99
- MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage: June 2019, starting MSRP $139.99
Here is a cool idea, lets create a vortex in the reservoir so that we can introduce air into loop! Noone will care about the annoying sound or the reduced performance, looks cool!