Capitalizing on the popularity of small form factor desktop systems, especially with AMD's and Intel's new lower powered and better integrated processors, Cooler Master has unveiled its GeminII mini CPU cooler that boasts of four direct contact heatpipes, and a heatsink designed to reduce airflow restriction, in order to provide air-cooling to the entire system. While it resembles Cooler Master's Vorex 211Q cooler, this one packs more cooling capacity in a similar compact form factor.
For users who can afford to fit a full-sized cooler, the new Hyper 103 cooler with its three heatpipes and customized 92mm cooling fan renews the popular long-time Hyper-series of coolers that many DIY enthusiast can associate with because of its affordability and versatility to suit most mainstream cooling needs.
For its closed liquid cooling systems, Cooler Master has announced the availability of its Eisberg 240L. It is largely similar to the original Eisberg liquid cooling systems launched in last year's Compuex. For its demo systems, they featured cooling pipes with customized colors.