ASUS PRIME H370-PLUS Motherboard + CoolerMaster MasterAir MA410P RGB Cooler
ASUS PRIME H370-PLUS ATX Intel Coffee Lake Motherboard & Cooler Master MasterAir MA410P RGB Tower Air Cooler
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In partnership with legendary motherboard manufacturer; ASUS, & house-hold name in PC cooling; CoolerMaster we have put together a range of epic Intel Coffee Lake Motherboard & CPU Cooler bundles to ensure you have only the best cooling so your new Coffee Lake system can handle the heatwave – the only question is, can you?
Consisting of a range of motherboards utilising chipset from the top-end Z370 to more mid-range B360 offerings, and coolers from the now ubiquitous air towers, to sophisticated All-in-One Liquid Cooling solutions, providing a plethora of options for system builders & gamers who demand maximum performance, or are looking for a great deal.
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ASUS PRIME H370-PLUS ATX Motherboard + Cooler Master MasterAir MA410P RGB Tower Air Cooler
This particular bundle features ASUS’ PRIME H370-PLUS, part of their PRIME Series, intended to provide a solid foundation for your system, including all the essentials, with a level of affordability equally suited to gamers on a budget, or users wanting an office powerhouse. By including features such as dual M.2 slots, PCIe SafeSlot Core, & LED Audio path trace lighting, it maintains support for the latest technologies, largest expansion cards, & even illumination. To take advantage of the performance offered by whichever Coffee Lake CPU you choose, we have united it with the Cooler Master MasterAir MA410P; A high performance tower air cooler with a 120mm RGB LED fan to provide great cooling on Pentium’s all the way up to i7’s. Its single stack tower design with four copper heatpipes & aluminium fins, combined with a MasterFan 120mm Air Balance fan, provide a cooling solution that is effective, stylish & simple to install. Like the majority of air coolers, very minimal maintenance is required, keeping reliability high. The fan even incorporates RGB so you can coordinate or contrast your lighting with your motherboard or other components.
The PRIME H370-PLUS incorporates Intel’s H370 chipset, which sits between the high-end Z370 boards & the mid-range B360 models. Like the B360 boards, H370 doesn’t support overclocking, however it does retain RAID functionality, also found on the more expensive Z370’s, making it ideal for power users hooking up multiple disk drives for speed or redundancy. Coming in a much more subtle black & grey theme, its simple design, & core features make it an excellent start for an office PC, or someone on their very first gaming build. The inclusion of Dual M.2 slots, 10Gbps USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-A Ports, & CrossFire support, establish this motherboard as platform more than capable of taking advantage of the Coffee Lake architecture. You can remain assured of this Motherboards quality, durability, & performance as ASUS is well known, the world over for producing only the highest quality PC components. This is attested to by our 3XS system engineers whom almost exclusively use ASUS mainboards in our award-winning, professionally built Scan 3XS computer systems.
The MasterAir MA410P provides great cooling with simple installation, in a wide variety of different computer cases. Sporting a single MasterFan 120 Air Balance RGB fan, it is more than capable of coping with even the hottest Coffee Lake processors. Offering simplicity, coupled with RGB lighting, regardless if you are first-time builder who needs a solid cooler, or a gamer who must have RGB LEDs, this cooler has you covered. Features ASUS PRIME H370-PLUS ATX Motherboard Features:
• ASUS OptiMem: Careful routing of traces and vias to preserve signal integrity for improved memory stability.
• Fan Xpert 2+: Flexible controls for ultimate cooling and quietness, plus GPU-temperature sensing for cooler gaming.
• 5X Protection III: Multiple hardware safeguards for all-round protection.
• Ultrafast Connectivity: Supreme flexibility with USB 3.1 Gen 2, Intel Optane memory ready and dual native M.2 and NVMe PCIe RAID support for lightning-fast storage speeds.
Cooler Master MasterAir MA410P RGB Tower Air Cooler Features:
• Custom Colours: With a sturdy MasterFan 120 Air Balance RGB, MasterAir MA410P is ready for more than 16.7 million colour options and fun effects to play with
• Continuous Direct Contact Technology 2.0 (CDC 2.0): By compressing heatpipes together, there is 45% more surface area on the cooler base, providing improved heat dissipation over the previous version, CDC 1.0.
• Precise Combination of Air Flow and Heatsink: The stacked fin array ensures the least amount of airflow resistance allowing cooler air into the heatsink. The patented X-vents and Air-Guide steer extra ventilation to the hottest spots
• Snap and Play: Intuitive fan bracket design makes upgrading and removing the fan a breeze.
Please Note: Intel H370 Motherboards are ONLY compatible with Intel 8th. Gen 'Coffee Lake' CPUs. Although these Intel H370 Motherboards share the same socket as Intel's 200 & 100 Series Motherboards, they are electrically incompatible & will not work with 7th & 6th Gen. Intel CPUs.
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