Cooler Master is launching a giant sneaker shaped gaming PC in

Cooler Master is launching a giant sneaker-shaped gaming PC in July, starting at $6,000

The unusual PC cases Sneaker X and Cooling The first are made in the shape of a sneaker. The peculiarity of the second is that its side walls represent the contour of the liquid cooling system.

    Image Source: Cool Master

Image Source: Cool Master

Although the Sneaker’s case also offers enough space for a power supply unit in the compact SFX form factor and a 2.5-inch drive. At the same time, the novelty supports the installation of a liquid cooling system with a 360 mm radiator, as well as graphics cards with dimensions up to 304 × 137 × 61 mm.

The manufacturer did not specify in which configurations PC sneakers will be available, only referring to the use of the latest generation Intel and AMD processors. Cooler Master Sneaker X gaming PCs start at $5,999. The systems are offered in the color variants blue, pink and red.

The appearance of the Cooling-X case model looks more traditional. It’s similar to the Cooler Master Cosmos model, but it’s significantly more compact. The dimensions of the Cooling X are 266 × 149.4 × 371.6 mm, its internal volume is 14.8 liters.

An unusual feature of the Cooling X case is its side panels, which are actually heatsinks for the processor and graphics card. In this configuration, the liquid is pumped from the radiator on the left side panel through the cooling circuits of the central processor and the graphics card, directed to the right radiator panel, where it is cooled and returned again.

Unfortunately, the manufacturer does not have all available configurations for cooling According to the manufacturer, the system has been upgraded to AMD Ryzen 9 7950X with Zen 4 and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 generation Ada Lovelace graphics. Again, up to 64GB of DDR5-5600 RAM, 4TB of M.2 drives, and an 850W Cooler Master V850 SFX Gold power supply have been announced.

Cooling X computers start at $6999.

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