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Upgrade your PC with Cooler Master

14 April 2021

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As the days get shorter and the nights longer, you might find yourself with some extra indoor time for gaming! What better way to supercharge your rig than to add an upgrade from Cooler Master. Whether you need some improved cooling to tame one of the new Intel 11th Gen processors, your WASD keys have seen better days or perhaps you just want to update your system with a new look, Cooler Master has plenty of tasty products to suit. Let’s have a look at a selection.

 

 

Cool with Cooler Master cooling

 

If you’ve thought about upgrading to an Intel Core 11th Generation or AMD Ryzen 5000 Series CPU, you’ll have read that they can run on the warm side. Don’t settle for the basic bundled coolers. Upgrading to a Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB CPU Cooler will give you the benefit of better turbo performance, lower temperatures and lower noise levels. And it looks good! The black nickel fins and the RGB fan complete with its own controller will blend into any system.

 

Perhaps you’ve already got a decent CPU cooler and need a bit more airflow? Don’t forget that the motherboard needs cooling too. It can often be overlooked. Check out the Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Prismatic ARGB 120mm Fans. If you love RGB you’ll love these! They are ARGB fans which means they are fully customisable and can be used with your motherboards’ control software for complete integration. They don’t just look good. They are built from the ground up for quiet operation and minimal vibration while still providing good airflow and static pressure. They’re also available in a triple pack.

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Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Prismatic ARGB Fan

 

 

Popular Cooler Master Peripherals

 

We all have our favourite keyboards and mice, but sometimes they get thrashed to death. All those hours of gaming do bring wear and tear to your peripherals! Cooler Master offer a full range of gaming keyboards but contrary to common opinion, a good mechanical keyboard won’t necessarily set you back hundreds of dollars. The Cooler Master CK350 V2 RGB mechanical gaming keyboard is a gimmick free keyboard that features your choice of Outemu Blue, Brown or Red switches (clicky, tactile and linear switches respectively) that are rated for 50 million clicks, and it comes with a classy brushed aluminium finish. 

 

Are you thinking about a mouse upgrade? If you’re into shooting games, then you might want to consider an ultra-lightweight mouse like the Cooler Master MM711 RGB Lightweight Optical Gaming Mouse. It weighs in at under 60 grams! This means you can game for longer with less stress on your wrist and enjoy greater precision. It’s equipped with a low lag optical sensor with adjustable DPI. You also get highly durable Omron switches and dust and splash resistance. And just look at that lovely retro colouring!

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Cooler Master MM711 RGB Lightweight Optical Gaming Mouse - Retro

 

Perhaps you prefer a mouse that has more of an ergonomic design that’s well suited to gamers that use a claw grip? Check out the Cooler Master MM720 RGB Lightweight Optical Gaming Mouse. It’s still incredibly light and it has a lot in common with the MM711 including a DPI adjustable optical sensor, an ultra-light low drag cable and RGB illumination. Where it differs is of course the shape and the switches. MM720 features an ergonomic design with a similar design to the classic CM Storm Spawn and features optical switches for both the left and right buttons. Optical switches improve the response time and can also the longevity. Combine this with the low resistance feet and you’ve got a lightning fast, ultra-durable and affordable gaming mouse.

 

 

There’s a Cooler Master NR series chassis for every use case

 

Why is it that a lot of the wider public still think of a PC as a chunky beige box? These days, with the amount of component integration, there’s not a lot of need for a lot of expansion slots, which means a modern ITX system can be built with little compromise. A system in a Cooler Master NR200 case can house an ATX PSU and a full-size triple slot GPU. It can house up to seven fans meaning even flagship level components can be run without compromise.

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Cooler Master MasterBox NR200P Tempered Glass Mini-ITX Case - White

 

The NR200 is available in either black or white, with further options either with or without a tempered glass side panel (NR200P) that’s perfect for showing off you components in all their RGB glory – especially with the vertical GPU support. Big on features, small in size.

 

If you are planning a new build with high-end cooling, such as a Cooler Master MasterLiquid cooler, then you might want to look at the NR600 case. It’s designed as a simple and value-oriented option for users who aren’t concerned about frills, but want no compromise high airflow cooling that’s perfectly suited to taming a hot running system. There’s plenty of storage and radiator flexibility. So, if you want silent and discrete or one that can cool even a power-hungry highly overclocked machine with ease, the NR600 can do it all.

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Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB V2 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler - White

 

Mwave carries a full range of Cooler Master products, so whether you’re building a new system, adding a bit of class to your current build or you want to upgrade your peripherals to get the most out of your game, Mwave and Cooler Master have something to suit you. As always, do not hesitate to get in touch with our knowledgeable team. We’re always happy to help you out!

 

 

 

 

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