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CeBIT Hannover 2005 (Part 4)
By CPU-zilla
Category : Events
Published by Vijay Anand on Wednesday, 16th March, 2005

Cooler Master's Booth - Part 1

Cooler Master announced the availability of the new AQUAGATE Mini water cooling solution that supports most processors including AMD K7, AMD Athlon 64, Socket-478, LGA775 and even Xeon processors. The support is accomplished via Cooler Master's unique Universal Retention Mechanism designed exclusively for the AQUAGATE Mini. This 2-in-1 water cooling solution is targeted at mainstream users who want the power of water cooling yet do not want the unnecessary hassle of installing one. The entire kit comes preinstalled, so it's just as simple as installing the water block and attaching the radiator fan into the rear end of the casing. No liquid filling is required. According to Cooler Master, no refilling is needed for two years and they put their stamp of guarantee on that claim. Two versions are available, one with a 120mm fan, and a smaller version with a 80mm fan. Seen above is the 120mm version.

The AQUAGATE Mini with a smaller 80mm fan should fit most standard systems, possibly some SFF PCs too.

Here’s a closer look at the radiator and fan unit of the AQUAGATE Mini.

The new CM Media 250 HTPC casing comes in two colors, black and silver. It features tool-less assembly and disassembly and it comes pre-installed with two 60mm fans.

Another HTPC design in Cooler Master's CM Media series. You can see that the lower unit (CM Media 260) blends very well into a home theatre setup.

The CM Media 270 is yet another design from Cooler Master's new line-up of HTPC chassis.

A new concept HTPC design for the BTX form factor.

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