Computex 2011 - Cooler Master
Following on the CM Storm theme, they will also be launching Cooler Masters first ever gaming headset, the CM Storm Sirus with true 5.1-channel audio thanks to four speakers in each ear cup for class leading, real-time surround sound.
In the photo gallery you'll also notice the winner of the Case Mod 2011 Competition. The rest of the photo-booth show some niche kit.
Unfortunately the really good stuff was still under NDA, amongst them a new Cosmos chassis hat is the bomb really. It got delayed along with another chassis and thus could not make Computex launch time. Have a peek at the new models PSU's, also a new gamers Mechanical keyboard that looks really good, some new prototype coolers and also a further advancement of that you have seen at CeBIT on the LCS side.
Check out the Cooler Master Computex gallery right here.
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