Hey, if they can get close to Noctua performance at lower prices, that's good for consumers! Have to wait to see the tests, though. Often the near-copies don't measure up to the original.The reason they get away with it is because they sell their crap cheaper; consumers can't resist that...
To each their own... everyone's perception of value is different.Hey, if they can get close to Noctua performance at lower prices, that's good for consumers! Have to wait to see the tests, though. Often the near-copies don't measure up to the original.
You know, if Cooler Master did "copy, refine (in perf or wider market), and release" to make their end products better, then maybe it wouldn't be so bad. But besides the NR200, I think most CM products haven't really increased the quality of the final product released. I do have some hope for their SFX PSUs, though; price-wise, they are better than Corsair SFX, so I'm interested to see how they fare long-term in quality.Everything Thermalfake does is petty. They have no ability to create anything original. Everything they sell steals or borrows from somebody else's original designs and plans. Except maybe the Level 20, or whatever it is, garbage cases that are wall mountable open air, and those suck completely anyhow so it's not surprising that it was something they came up with on their own.
One of the few companies I dislike more than Cooler Master. Probably even more than MSI.