Cooler Master announced its partners and fans that it would be showcasing a number of new products during this year's Computex show in Taipei, Taiwan. The company also mentioned that it would be demonstrating a series of current and new products too, including the recently released HAF 922 mid-tower chassis. Moreover, Cooler Master further announced the expansion of its line of CPU cooling solutions with the introduction of the new Hyper TX series, coming with support for the latest computer processors from both Intel and AMD.
According to a recent press release from Cooler Master, the company is planning to showcase its latest HAF 922 mid-tower chassis during Computex 2009. The high-performance case will be used to show off the high thermal superiority of Cooler Master's design, with the help of a high-end quad graphics card system. In addition, the company will also showcase the Power LAN 700W (a solution that combines an Ethernet network solution with a power supply), the SNA 95 (the company's first notebook power adapter) and the Hyper TX3 and Hyper 212 CPU coolers, with support for LGA1156 and 1366 Intel processors. One of the main features of the new TX3 CPU cooler is the direct contact heat-pipe design, which is said to deliver a superior cooling factor.
Computex 2009 will also be the place of debut for Cooler Master's new CM Storm gaming mouse, dubbed Sentinel. Like many high-performance gaming mice, the Sentinel will provide its users with the means to adjust the sensitivity range and configure the weight of the mouse, as well as manage the various profiles that will be stored in the internal memory. In addition to the CM Storm Sentinel gaming mouse, Cooler Master will also showcase the new Choiix Air Through Stash, designed as an alternative to today's notebook coolers, and the Choiix accu-mouse.