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Pureoverclock: Editors Choice

CM Storm Ceres-300 by Pureoverclock.com : December 2013


"If you're on a low budget and wanting a great quality headset for cheap, then you should get the CM Storm Ceres 300. Their comfort and sound quality are excellent for the price."

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Tweaktown.com: Must Have Editors Choice

Nepton 280L by tweaktown.com : December 2013


"The Nepton 280L is a great mix of fan choice, flow, efficiency, and aesthetics.  As long as a bit of fan noise doesn't bother the extreme clocker's out there, the pricing on this is just too good to pass up on.  Cooler Master has knocked it out of the park with this one."

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Modders-inc - Editors Choice

Nepton 140XL by modders-inc.com : November 2013


"It comes as no surprise that the Nepton 140XL performed extremely well and I have to attribute that largely to the JetFlo fans......The Nepton 140XL’s $99 price tag is also very competitive in this price range, offering some advantages over the typical Asetek or CoolIt solutions......For the price, flexibility, and sheer cooling power, the Cooler Master Nepton 140XL receives the Modders-Inc Editor’s Choice Award."

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OCC Gold

JetFlo 120 & Nepton 280L by overclockersclub.com : November 2013


"The pump is quiet, and the fans are not terribly loud. I like the JetFlo 140 fans and the fact that they are 4-pin PWM fans. And while we are talking about fans, the JetFlo 120 fans are right at home with the Nepton, and prove that they can move the air when it counts. The rubber pads on the fans help keep any vibrations to a minimum. The splitter power cable for the fans also makes it nice to control both fans from one fan header, and it provides for a clean cable routing since you can run the fan cables and the splitter behind the motherboard tray and keep them out of sight.

And while the Nepton is well-suited for any case that can handle a 280mm radiator, I was particularly pleased with how well the Nepton 280L and the COSMOS SE case work together. It is as though they were made for each other. Well, I suppose there is probalby some truth to that. 

The Nepton is really a great addition to the Cooler Master family of CPU coolers."



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HAF Stacker 915F & HAF Stacker 915R & HAF Stacker 935 by Hardwarecanucks.com : November 2013


"The 915R can actually be used as a stand-alone mini ITX chassis or, as with all the Stacker components, added to another module. In its stand-alone form it can effectively act as an enclosure for SFF systems while even retaining the ability to mount larger graphics cards.

When added to the 935, it can either become a hub for additional storage or continue with its original design intent and be used as a residence for a full secondary system. This actually keeps quite well with what many consumers want: a small SFF system for low power tasks and a fully-fledged system for gaming, photo editing and other tasks.

Cooler Master’s 915F on the other hand isn’t quite as capable as its 915R sibling, though it does incorporate all of the front panel connectors and power / reset switches we’ve come to associate with standard cases. However, due to its oddball placement of certain elements (namely the storage cages and power supply) the 915R is more capable for full SFF systems. However, that doesn’t mean it isn’t well designed since Cooler Master has incorporated several features to make its place in the Stacker lineup very well defined.

Both the 915R and 915F can be put together or added to the HAF 935 for a truly impressive system."


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Nepton 280L by Benchmarkreviews.com : November 2013


"If you’re looking for a liquid cooler to fill your twin 140mm fan mounts, the Nepton 280L is as good of a choice as any.  I wouldn’t have a problem recommending this unit to my friends (especially for the easy installation!)"

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Hitechlegion.com: Gold

Nepton 140XL by Hitechlegion.com : November 2013


"Cooler Master makes great strides in the AiO segment with the Nepton 140XL. Performance, versatility and engineering are all bumped up from what we typically see, yet pricing comes in right in the middle of the pack, in terms of its competitors. While the Nepton 140XL is not the perfect solution for every application, it would definitely be one of my first choices (and only choice among AiO) for a smaller form factor build where the CPU would be generating some heat."

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Technologyx.com: Gold Seal
Nepton 140XL by Technologyx.com : November 2013


"The Cooler Master Nepton 140XL bundles great performance with innovative features to give one of the most diverse 140mm class AiO units on the market."

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Technologyx.com: Beauty and a Beast
CM Storm Stryker by Technologyx.com : November 2013


"The Cooler Master Storm Stryker is a high quality chassis. It is filled with tons of features and is wrapped in a gorgeous exterior, but it is also accompanied by a higher price point."

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QuickFire Stealth by Jayztwocents : November 2013


"The CM Storm Quick Fire Stealth is a refined Quick Fire Rapid aimed at purists and the gaming elite. On-The-Fly repeat rate shortcuts allow instant typing speed adjustments. Icons and letters are printed on the side of the keycaps which gives the Stealth an extremely sleek, clean and stylish look. It also means the keycaps feel extremely smooth, and the keycap printing will virtually last forever."

 

 

 



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