Cooler Master celebrates 20th anniversary with the launch of new products

Cooler Master recently celebrated their 20th year anniversary at 55 Events Place in Tomas Morato.  They introduced their new products for 2012 and I must say Cooler Master is going strong as ever.  BenQ, Kingston and ECS were also present in the event, showcasing their latest products.

Here are some of the exciting products that Cooler Master presented:

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The CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid is a mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX Black, Brown or Blue switches based on the user’s preference

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The CM Storm Trooper is a full-tower chassis which is similar to Cooler Master’s HAF series

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The CM Storm Sirus is a 5.1 Surround Sound gaming headset with 4 drivers on each side.

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They also introduced the flagship chassis of Cooler Master, the Cosmos II.  It is in itself the first Ultra-Tower gaming chassis available in the market today.

Here’s the booth of Cooler Master with their new line of Heatsink coolers.

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ECS’s booth showcased their top of the line Black Series motherboards.

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Kingston’s new line of HyperX high-performance RAMs was also displayed. (I won an 8gb DDR3-1600 set from one of their raffles yay for me!)

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BenQ presented two of their Gaming Monitors and man those monitors are crystal clear. The RL2450H which is aimed for RTS players delivers really crisp and lively images.

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Cooler Master also invited enthusiast rig Builders like the Rig Noobies and people from OverClockers Extreme Philippines. They also held a 1v1 Counter-Strike Source tournament wherein you’ll have to fight against one of the top CS groups in our country, FG Wolves.

Overall it was a fun and successful celebration of Cooler Master’s 20th anniversary where we became familiar with the different gaming peripherals we can expect from them this year.

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  • Peter

    They’re giving razer a run for their money. LOL. Ganda ng products ng CM.

    • I think both are great companies and I use both! I think CM Storm is starting to get known in the gaming market with their mech keyboards.

    • Peter

      Yeah, they’re both great. Hopefully with CM expanding on gaming peripherals, prices of gaming hardware will be more competitive and affordable. COSMOS II is a sweet casing.

  • JmBalicano

    That tower looks wicked.. I have a generic case that dates back to when I was in college.. The side panel is missing screws so I can’t close it.. Talk about airflow management..