Cooler Master

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Cooler Master Co., Ltd.
訊凱國際
Private
Industry Computer hardware, Thermal Solutions, Gaming Peripherals
Founded 1992
Headquarters New Taipei City, Taiwan
Products Computer Cases
Power Supplies
Computer Coolers
Computer Peripherals
$56 987 257
Website coolermaster.com

Cooler Master Co., Ltd. is a computer hardware manufacturer based in Taiwan. Founded in 1992, the company produces computer cases, power supplies, air and liquid CPU coolers, laptop cooling pads, and computer peripherals.[1] Alongside its retail business, Cooler Master also is an original equipment manufacturer of cooling solutions for other manufacturers including nVIDIA (VGA coolers),[2] AMD (CPU coolers), and EVGA (motherboard heatsinks). The company has expanded its operation and brand exposure into the gaming community and sponsored major eSports events.[3] Some of Cooler Master's products have won awards including the iF product design award.[4]

The company headquarters of Cooler Master is located in Zhonghe District, New Taipei City, Taiwan and has a manufacturing facility in Huizhou, China.[5] To support international operations, the company also has branch offices in various continents, including United States (Fremont, California and Chino, California), the Netherlands (Venlo), Germany (Augsburg), Russia (Moscow), and Brazil (São Paulo).[6]

CM Storm[edit]

Storm Sniper computer case
690 II Advanced Nvidia Edition computer case
V8 CPU heatsink

CM Storm is a subsidiary brand created in 2008.[7] Products are developed using research collected from partnerships with gaming organizations in e-sports including Mousesports and Frag Dominant.[8] As of 2018, Cooler Master no longer sells products under the CM Storm brand.

  • In September 2009, CM Storm launched the Sentinel Advanced mouse with a programmable organic light-emitting diode display.[9]
  • In January 2012, CM Storm launched the QuickFire Ultimate keyboard.[10]
  • In January 2013, CM Storm launched the Sirus S gaming headset featuring an inline remote with volume control and microphone mute button.[11]

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