Cooler Master to Continue Its Series of Heatsinks with Vapor Chambers

Cooler Master has lately introduced its new lineup of coolers with the implementation of vapor chambers technology (TPC 812 series). However, the company's plans are not limited to this series only, and the upcoming release of V4 GT series is the most convincing proof of it. The new series will be based on horizontal vapor chamber technology and intended at the colling down of high-end graphics cards.



In accordance with the manufacturer's undertakings and plans, the implementation of this technology will provide for the octuple improvement of heat dispersion as compared with the solid copper-contact sink. This approach towards the processor's colling down enables the involvement of more heat pipes. Nevertheless, V4 GT model will be equipped with only four heat pipes.


Vapor chamber technology stipulates efficient removal of heat from the processor and other integral components. At the same time, it averts the creation of hot spots and promotes for the even distribution of …

New Budgetary Chassis K380 from Cooler Master

Cooler Master announces the release of a new entry-level chassis K380 (RC-K380-KWN1). This model will replenish the K Series of products and will feature mid-tower parameters (209x445x479 mm overall dimensions). K380 is basically intended at gamers, due to an eye-catching design: the chassis is housed in a solid casing made of steel and plastic with some aggressive inclusions and details. However, the major distinctive peculiarity ascribed to the newbie is its moderate price that will not exceed the border of $80. Affordability affirms Cooler Master's image of the company that skillfully combines high-quality with alluring prices.



The chassis is painted black from the inside and outside and accommodates a metallic grid on the frontal panel. Its side panel is notable by the availability of a large transparent window that showcases internal layout. In its turn, internal spacing is sufficient to locate motherboards of ATX and micro-ATX form-factor, graphics cards of 316 mm in …

Overview of the ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex Motherboard

The Apex model has not been represented among the products of the ROG Maximus series earlier. The specialists of the company considered the release of Kaby Lake-S processors as a good time for updating the assortment. Impact has been considered to be the best model for memory overclocking, and serious system loads has been carried out with the participation of senior representatives of the series like Extreme or Formula. In the novelty under consideration, these features are successfully united. It is worth noting, the price tag for such a product is quite humane, taking into accont the widest possible range of consumers is obvious.


Huge dimensions do not mean the presence of various kinds of auxiliary controllers. The design is more refined than complex. All the features are based on the Intel Z270, only two last-generation USB sockets on the rear panel are required due to the presence of a third-party adapter on the card.


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Chipset: Intel Z270

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