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On the product page, says cooling that fits in the palm of your hands.

Why do they have to be so cheeky anyways? Technically the NH D15 fits on 1 palm too.

And why do they have to give everything a prefix of "Master"?

Just like how cars have a company face, Cooler Master started their new "Master" line. They have Master coolers, Master TIM, Master Case, Master PSU etc etc.
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While it isn't the prettiest one out there.... I am curious as to how it performs... Although I strongly suspect that an h100 or predator 240 would outperform it, not to mention I suspect it wouldn't hold a candle to traditional dual tower air coolers.

I suspect you could fit this thing inside a mini ITX or micro ATX case though.

And that seems to be the point. A hybrid liquid cooler to fit in small, confined spaces that wouldn't hold a decent sized radiator and separate pump, much less a dual tower air cooler. Not everyone wants a case large enough to hold 240mm or larger radiators or dual tower heatsinks.
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On the product page, says cooling that fits in the palm of your hands.

Why do they have to be so cheeky anyways? Technically the NH D15 fits on 1 palm too.

And why do they have to give everything a prefix of "Master"?

Just like how cars have a company face, Cooler Master started their new "Master" line. They have Master coolers, Master TIM, Master Case, Master PSU etc etc.

More like jack of all trades, master of none.
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More like jack of all trades, master of none.

New master cases are alright biggrin.gif
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SP and AF always are two sides of the same coin, as is pump head and liquid flow too. All things equal, a fan with higher SP will help push more air through a system than a fan with lower SP (both having same max air flow). How much this affects practically is dependent on a lot of variables though.

The fan that produces the required static pressure at a higher cfm will be the better performing fan.
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The fan that produces the required static pressure at a higher cfm will be the better performing fan.

Yes, but it also depends on the nature of the P-Q curve. Max SP and AF values are not the be all, end all. At a certain airflow restriction, your point is valid.
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I suspect you could fit this thing inside a mini ITX or micro ATX case though.

And that seems to be the point. A hybrid liquid cooler to fit in small, confined spaces that wouldn't hold a decent sized radiator and separate pump, much less a dual tower air cooler. Not everyone wants a case large enough to hold 240mm or larger radiators or dual tower heatsinks.

As I've said before, in vertical mode this thing is taller than those big dual tower heatsinks and in horizontal mode its taller tan a lot of 120mm/140mm horizontal heatsinks.

Size is not in this thing's favor.
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Yes, but it also depends on the nature of the P-Q curve. Max SP and AF values are not the be all, end all. At a certain airflow restriction, your point is valid.

Higher static pressure would only come into play when velocity is limited by friction.
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I suspect you could fit this thing inside a mini ITX or micro ATX case though.

And that seems to be the point. A hybrid liquid cooler to fit in small, confined spaces that wouldn't hold a decent sized radiator and separate pump, much less a dual tower air cooler. Not everyone wants a case large enough to hold 240mm or larger radiators or dual tower heatsinks.

Well then, Cryorig's c-series would be up to that task I'd imagine. There are also itx and micro ATX cases that can fit full fledged tower coolers...

And at that point, it still wouldn't be too hard to conjure up a way to shoehorn an aio/clc cooler in since even the NCase will fit an h100 if I remember correctly... Or you could go with a sexy external radiator like the MO-RA3 smile.gif
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I had one of these a long time ago by another name. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835124015 It's hardly a new idea.
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