CeBIT Hannover 2006 (Part 3)

New Coolers from Cooler Master

New Coolers from Cooler Master

The Hyper Drift cooler features up to six heatpipes (three on each side) and a large 100mm fan. Using a variable fan speed controller, you can adjust the fan speed between 800 to 2800 RPM. The Hyper Drift supports both Socket 939 (or Socket 754) and LGA775 processors.

The Hyper L3 is a low profile LGA 775 cooler for applications requiring a smaller heatsink assembly. It features three heatpipes and a large 80mm fan. The Hyper L3 is perfect for use in slim chassis such as media center enclosures.

The new AQUAGATE Viva is probably the world's first universal water block that can be used with either on the CPU or the GPU/VPU. It has a universal retention plate that support all ATI and NVIDIA graphics cards as well as Socket 939/754 and LGA775 processors. The water block is connected to a micro pump and radiator that can be attached to any regular PCI slot on your chassis. The radiator is large and provides enough cooling area for two 70mm fans. If you want to cool two graphics cards that are configured in SLI or CrossFire modes, then you might want to consider getting the AQUAGE DuoViva, which comes with two universal water blocks.

Here, Cooler Master demonstrated how the water block is best used to cool the CPU. With a CPU water block accessory, you can attach a fan on top of the water block to dissipate heat from the surrounding areas near the CPU. These essential areas are often neglected in water-cooling setups but are now taken care of with this added accessory.

The iGreen Cooler is a lead-free cooler that features a large 90mm fan and three heatpipes.

The X Dream K640 is a cross-shaped aluminum extruded heatsink with a copper base. It's a low profile cooler created specially for low profile Athlon 64 systems such as media center PCs.

This gigantic cooler known only as the RR-CCH-ANNUI-GP has six heatpipes fanned out to two large 120mm fans for maximum cooling efficiency.