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Cooler Master shows off new hardware, peripherals and streaming gear at Summer Summit

Cooler Master has more to show off over the summer. Today, the Cooler Master Summer Summit goes live, introducing new cooling gear, cases, peripherals, power supplies, streaming gear and more.

During the Summer Summit, Cooler Master is announcing its new Hyper H6/H6DT ARGB CPU cooler, engineered with Xtra Dimensional Heat Pipe Contact (XDHC), enabling complete CPU coverage and direct contact of six heat pipes for improved heat dissipation. Cooler Master is also launching the MasterLiquid ML240P/ML360P Flux AIO coolers, featuring a dual-chamber pump that targets CPU hot spots for rapid and precise heat dissipation.

Cooler Master has made some excellent power supplies during its time and the company hopes to continue that trend with the new XG Platinum series, promising fully-modular cabling, a 135mm silent fan, Smart Thermal Control, 100% Japanese capacitors, and of course, 80Plus Platinum efficiency. In addition to the XG Platinum, Cooler Master is launching the M1600/M2000 Platinum power supplies, built for those who need highly efficient power in massive amounts. These are 80Plus Platinum certified units offering 1600W and 2000W of power respectively.

As far as new cases go, Cooler Master is launching four new colourways for the NR200P, one of the company's best-selling cases. Over on Reddit, users were able to vote for new colour options for this case, bringing us the new Flamingo Pink, Caribbean Blue, Sunset Orange and Nightshade Purple editions. Cooler Master is also announcing its new MAX series of products, starting with the NR200P MAX, which will be similar to a ‘barebones' system with components uniquely tailored to each other.

Finally, Cooler Master has a bunch of peripherals this year, including the MM730 and MM731 gaming mice, designed with the aesthetic of classic gaming mice in mind while offering modern features like 2.4GHz/Bluetooth wireless connectivity. If you need a keyboard instead, then there are plenty of those too, including the CK721 wireless mechanical keyboard with a 65% layout, and the CK351/CK352, which are standard full-sized keyboards.

Cooler Master is getting into gaming chairs too with its new Motion 1, designed in collaboration with D-Box and equipped with “the world's first haptic engine optimised to fit a ‘work & play' chair”, creating a similar experience to being in a 4D cinema. For streamers, Cooler Master is launching its own all-in-one livestream mixer, known as ‘StreamEnjin', allowing users to edit and switch inputs for seamless broadcasting.

This is just a selection of what Cooler Master has announced today. You can check out the full Summer Summit, HERE.

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