Cooler Master is to debut a new ready-made CPU-watercooler of its own design at the San Francisco CES conference tomorrow.
As implied by its name, the new Glacier360 cooler has a large 360 mm radiator, sufficient to handle the most extreme of systems. A 3500 rpm pump has also been integrated into system. The water block is made of copper, while the radiator is manufactured out of copper/brass, rather than the usual aluminium. As such, the radiator is undoubtedly heavier than average.
The Glacier360 is said to initially be available in the United States only, but is likely to make its way across the pond in the future as well.
The remainder of the cooler's specifications will be unveiled tomorrow, at Cooler Master's CES stand.
Cooler Master's new Glacier360 combines pump, radiator and reservoir into a single unit