Cooler Master Centurion 5

Written by John Chen    Sunday, 15 August 2004 11:00
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Introduction


Cooler Master is a company that focuses on providing the best thermal solutions for computer users.  I'm pretty sure that most of you have already heard their name.  They mass produced CPU heatsinks for OEM systems and were one of the first to introduce aluminum cases.  Cases like the ATC-110 and the ATC-220 were among my favorites.  However, they came with a hefty price tag.  I remember when my friend laid down $300 just for a case.  Fortunately, prices have since dropped significantly.

It wasn't until recently that Cooler Master decided to move forward and target gamers and overclockers.  Their CPU heatsinks, like the recently reviewed Hyper 6, have been beefed up to allow enthusiasts more headroom for overclocking.  Their cases look good while still providing excellent thermal cooling.  Today, we will be ripping apart the new mainstream case from Cooler Master--the Centurion 5.