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V700 by Jayztwocents : November 2013


"Cooler Master developed the V-series to re-ascertain its position as the worlds top power supply brand.  Based on a brand new platform, it features outstanding efficiency, especially at typical low idle loads, excellent hold up times, voltage stability and ripple suppression. It only uses highest grade Japanese capacitors, most of them solid capacitors, as well as a massive high quality 42mm transformer. And thanks to high quality FDB fans V-series PSUs are extremely cool and quiet. The V-series uses a fully modular cable system with beautiful all black, extra slim flat-ribbon cables. This makes cable management a breeze and results in nice looking clean builds with the best possible airflow."

 

 

 



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Neoseeker.com: Innovation Award

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


"the HAF Stacker offers an almost-endless list of possibilities. You can place radiators everywhere, install quad-GPU configurations, and still have enough room to host a home server in the same case. It's a niche case and Cooler Master doesn't hold back."

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CM Storm Havoc by Royalflushmagazine.com : November 2013


"For the most part, when you are looking to spend on features like these, you are endeavoring to pay anywhere between $70 to $100. Instead here, you are paying less for a product that delivers what it promises. The gripes expressed were minor ones that one gets past over time. And with gaming mice generally being circumstantial in terms of overall review, one can only express their thoughts on them from their own standpoint. From mine, the outlook is good. You have a product with all gaming nuances considered in an intriguing fashion. Although, it could have used a manual to help the inexperienced. You DID at least read this far, so you must have learned something from me, no? And should you want to try this mouse out, you may want to consider on of the CM Storm pads. I had the privilege of trying this mouse out with the Power-RX, a 350 x 450mm surface area pad with a special rubber compound – a smooth ride indeed."

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Funkykit.com: Recommended

N600 by Funkykit.com : November 2013


"What we have here readers is a solid offering in the N600 chassis from Cooler Master. If you have a hankering for a simple yet appealing chassis that has many great and modern features, then look no further than the Cooler Master N600. Thanks and have a Funky Day!"

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Hitechlegion.com: Editors Choice

JetFlo 120 by Hitechlegion.com : October 2013


"High CFM and high static pressure provide some very impressive radiator performance. Yes, the JetFlo 120mm is capable of some pretty serious volume, but it moves enough air that the performance to noise is actually reasonable, and in many cases the JetFlo is actually quieter than the fans included with AiO coolers while offering far superior performance. So, as a radiator fan, the Cooler Master JetFlo 120mm is going to take home a Hi Tech Legion Editor’s Choice Award."

 

 

 



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Modders-inc: Recommended Hardware

JetFlo 120 by modders-inc.com : October 2013


"The JetFlo120?s performance is excellent not just because of the higher RPM but even at the lowered 1600 and 1200 RPM speeds, the cooling potential is comparable to other high-end and more expensive premium fans. Having most of the corner housing be made of rubber material, results in a significant noise dampening from vibrations. The blade design also has a very tolerable noise signature compared to typical fans which have a higher pitch sound. The JetFlo 120 in comparison, has a more “open” sound quality even at maximum RPM. For its excellent value and performance, the Cooler Master JetFlo series fans receives the Modders-Inc recommended award."

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Lanoc.org: Recommended

JetFlo 120 by lanoc.org : October 2013


"You’d be hard pressed to find many fans on the market that could surpass the JetFlo 120 in sheer performance. The turboprop blades move air efficiently and in a more direct manner that both air-cool and water-cool enthusiasts can appreciate. It also doesn’t hurt being available in four different versions for almost any builder’s color preference. Being a PWM fan with precise speed control and a long lifetime is just icing on the cake from an enthusiast standpoint."

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CM Storm SF-17 by topreviewshop.com : October 2013


"This cooler is about $60 USD online, and this may be a little more expensive than other coolers. But with its features and adequate cooling, I think it is well worth the price. The CM Cooler Master SF-17 Gaming Notebook Cooler is aimed to the gaming population, but is a good accessory for just about anybody."

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Pro-clockers.com: Highly Recommended

JetFlo 120 by pro-clockers.com : October 2013


"The Cooler Master JetFlo 120 fans are unique in almost every way you can think of. From their one-of-a-kind frame design to the inboard-mounted LED lighting the Cooler Master JetFlo 120 cooling fan is totally new. Add to that a staggering ~95CFM max airflow and your components will have an adequate supply of fresh cool air. Of course if you wish to be able to sit next to your computer and use it Cooler Master has included not one but two different speed reducers to drop both the speed and noise level of the fans. Top it all off with up to 2.72 mmH2O (for you water-cooling guys) and a staggering 160,000 hour MTBF thanks to the newly-designed POM bearing and you’ve got a real winner."

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Overclockers.com: Approved

HAF Stacker 915F & HAF Stacker 915R & HAF Stacker 935 by Overclockers.com : October 2013


"If you’re like me and enjoy having a ton of options when assembling a system, then you need to take a good look at the HAF Stacker 935. Bring your imagination with you… you’ll need it!"

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