[Computex 2023] AIO, case and power supply from CM!


In addition to components for custom watercooling cooler Master is also exhibiting AIOs, cases and power supplies on its Computex stand.

MasterLiquid Aion and Atmos: two new AIO series!

The program includes two new AIO series: MasterLiquid Aion and Atmos.

The first features an LCD display on the top of the pump. This will enable system-related info to be displayed, as well as .gif or .jpeg for greater customization. In addition, the cooling is provided by fans Mobius 120P aRGB. We expect a 240 mm version to complement the 360 mm presented here.

With this, we return to the Atmos series, a range of AIOs made from recycled materials. If you remember, the concept was presented at presented at this year’s CES in Las Vegas this year! The pump unit is made from recycled plastic, while ventilation is provided by Sickleflow fans. Finally, the pump can be customized with 3D printed elements.

Qube 500 Flatpack and NCore 100 Max: new cases!

On these new cases, the brand does not say much. In the case of the NCore 100 Max, we can guess that it’s a mini-ITX case that should breathe well. The colors seem original with green/dark blue and bronze. On the other hand, we don’t know whether this is a NZXT H1 solution or not. Indeed, the brand’s press release states that the cables are “pre-routed”. This leaves some doubt as to whether or not the power supply is pre-installed as standard.

Alongside this, we find the Qube 500 Flatpack, a case whose various panels appear to be interchangeable and removable. What’s more, the brand emphasizes the eco-responsibility of the solution, with packaging that minimizes the carbon footprint of transport. Can we deduce that it arrives disassembled, enabling it to be packed into tiny cartons so as to fit more per container? Unless the packaging is made of recycled cardboard? Difficult to say.

X Silent: passive power!

Cooler Master X SilentWe’ve come to the end of our visit to the power supply sector, where the company is also exhibiting a rather unusual unit. Indeed, it is a completely passive model, without fan. Naturally, air must be allowed to circulate as much as possible, which is why there’s a large grille on top of the unit. For the time being, the brand is not telling us about the efficiency, power and connectors supplied. We’ll have to wait and see.