Cooler Master introduced future mice, keyboards, processor scooters and power supplies

Innovations featured include a 1,300-watt SFX power supply, a mouse weighing just 48 grams, and a wireless mechanical keyboard with 65 percent layout.

Cooler Master continued last week’s Summer Summit until the weekend. In addition to the previously announced new chairs, battle stations and cases, the manufacturer introduced, among other things, a number of different computer accessories as well as new processor scooters and power supplies.

From the accessories department, the manufacturer introduced two future mouse models – the ultra-lightweight MM730 with a weight of 48 grams and the wireless MM731 with a weight of 59 grams, which supports both its 2.4 GHz native connection and the Bluetooth 5.1 standard. As the names suggest, the mice, with the exception of their connection solution, are in many respects identical models, offering optical switches that can withstand up to 70 million presses, according to the manufacturer, and updated paws in the manufacturer’s catalog, which should be more durable and sliding than before.

The keyboards were introduced by the manufacturer in three pieces – full-size wired CK351 and CK352, the first of which offers optical switches and full NKRO (N Key RollOver) support, while the second relies on traditional mechanical switches, the exact model of which has not yet been announced by the manufacturer. Both innovations offer an aluminum body and RGB backlight for their keys.

For lovers of smaller keyboards, the Cooler Master unveiled the CK721, a wireless CK721 that also relies on a 65% key layout, and also offers an aluminum body. The keyboard supports N Key RollOver with a 2.4 GHz wireless connection and 6 Key RollOver with an alternative Bluetooth connection. The switches used are mechanical switches that have not yet been defined in more detail. A separate wrist rest will also be included with the keyboard.

For CPU cooling, the Cooler Master introduced two new AIO liquid scooters and two air-cooled models – the one-tower H6 ARGB and the two-tower H6DT ARGB, which differ in size and the number of fans supplied. As the name suggests, the coolers include SickleFlow 120 ARGB fans with demonstrable RGB lighting (650–1800 RPM, 62 CFM, 2.52 mmH2O, 27 dBA). Both models have a height of 158 mm and contain 6 copper heat pipes. The coolers use Cooler Master’s XDHC (Xtra Dimensional Heat Pipe Contact) technology, which means that the cooler’s copper heat pipes are in direct contact with the processor heat sink.

For the liquid cooling front, the manufacturer introduced the 240mm PL240 Flux and the 360mm PL360 Flux, which, like the air-cooled models, offer ARGB-lit fans. In addition to lighting, the upgraded SickleFlow fans used in AIOs (2300 RPM, 65.79 CFM, 2.44 mmH2O, 33 dBA) should improve performance over older models.

In addition to these, the announcements also included new power supplies, the most interesting of which are probably the new V SFX Platinum and H Gold series. The former of these will be offered in the SFX size class as the name implies and will include a 92 mm fan. What makes the novelty interesting is that, despite its small size, it comes in as many as 1100 and 1300 watt versions.

Another eye-catching power source is the new H Gold range, which provides a USB 3.0 connection directly to your computer’s motherboard. Thus, with Cooler Master’s own MasterPlus + software, it is possible to monitor the operation of the PSU. The power supply itself is a traditional ATX power supply and will be available in 550, 650, 750 and 850 watt models.

Cooler Master has not disclosed more detailed information on new sales revenue schedules or pricing. You can read more about what is mentioned in this news and other news From the Cooler Master Summer Summit website.

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