Cooler Master, a leading manufacturer of desktop components and peripherals, today teased a few of the new power products and services that will be shown at their booth during Computex, one of the largest annual technology conventions in Asia. Though the specific details are scarce at this point, they did announce the names of some of the things that would be featured at the show.
It has been years since the original V series was released and to date the V1200 is the only platinum rated PSU in the V series ever to be released. Cooler Master has stated that they will be releasing a new line of V series units with a platinum efficiency rating in at least three different wattage levels. The specifics are not yet available, but it has been indicated that multiple models in this new series will be available to see firsthand at Cooler Master’s booth during Computex.
It has been announced that for the first time ever, Cooler Master has designed and manufactured their own PSU completely in-house. Everything from the initial design concept to the final testing has been done exclusively by Cooler Master’s in-house product development team. Currently being referred to as simply the XG, Cooler Master claims that this brand new power platform is not only a milestone for them as a company, but for the entire PSU market.
The MasterWatt V series will be the successor of the current V series and brings various improvements to the table. These include but are not limited to longer cables, a bigger and semi-passive fan, a switch to disable semi-passive cooling and a longer warranty,
Extreme Overclocking with Wizerty
As active supporters of the overclocking community, Cooler Master has invited the world-renowned overclocker Wizerty (Jean-Michel Tisserand of France) to host a live extreme overclocking demo complete with liquid Nitrogen (LN2) cooling. At Cooler Master’s booth, you will be able to see both pro-competitive and enthusiast level overclocking. You will also be able to ask Wizerty any questions you have about the process and why he chooses to use Cooler Master components.
Cooler Master stated that these are just some of the new things being shown at their Computex booth from the Power division this year.