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Samsung AR9500T Wind-Free Air Conditioner : Briefing + Demo!

Samsung AR9500T Wind-Free : Briefing + Demo!

Samsung just introduced the AR9500T Wind-Free Air Conditioner, which features improved Wind-Free cooling technology, and new adaptive cooling and AI capabilities!

Join us for the exclusive briefing and demo session of the new Samsung AR9500T Wind-Free Air Conditioner!

 

Samsung AR9500T : What Is The Wind-Free Technology?

The Wind-Free Technology that the Samsung AR9500T offers is an automated 3-Step cooling mode that quickly cools the room, while making you feel more comfortable without direct, cold drafts. Here is how it works…

Step 1 : When the Samsung AR9500T starts up, it uses the Fast Cooling Mode to quickly lower the room’s temperature by dispersing cool air farther and wider.

Step 2 : The Samsung AR9500T switches to its Dehumidifying Mode to maintain the optimal level of humidity.

Step 3 : After the desired room temperature and humidity level is achieved, the Samsung AR9500T switches to the Wind-Free Cooling Mode, to maintain those levels without direct, cold drafts by dispersing cool air through 23,000 micro-holes.

 

Samsung AR9500T : Other Features

The Samsung AR9500T comes with a plethora of the latest cooling technologies to maximise performance and efficiency, as well as new smart home technologies.

AI Auto Cooling

Its new AI Auto Cooling feature automatically analyses the room conditions, user-preferred temperatures and cooling modes, and even the outdoor climate.

It will use all those information to switch to the most appropriate setting, learning over time to better suit the user’s preferences.

SmartThings Control

The Samsung AR9500T is a smart appliance, allowing you to control and monitor it remotely using the Samsung SmartThings app.

Energy Efficient Technologies

The Samsung AR9500T comes with a Digital Inverter Boost compressor, which dramatically reduces the time it takes to reach maximum power, letting it cool the air 43 percent faster than a conventional model.

The Digital Inverter Boost compressor also better maintains the desired temperature with less fluctuation, reducing energy usage by up to 73 percent. No wonder it comes with a 5-Star energy rating for CSPF!

Better Filters + Cleaning

The Samsung AR9500T comes with a Tai-Care Filter that keeps air hygienic by removing large dust particles, fibres and hair, and helps to reduce fine dust, viruses, bacteria and allergens.

It also comes with Easy Filter Plus, which is located right at the top of the unit, allowing for easier removal and cleaning.

Finally, it comes with an Auto Clean feature that prevents bacteria and odour build-up by flushing and cleaning the condenser coils.

 

Samsung AR9500T : Price + Availability + Deal!

The Samsung AR9500T Wind-Free Air Conditioner is available for purchase at all Samsung brand stores, at these recommended retail prices in Malaysia :

Samsung Malaysia is offering a Purchase with Purchase deal, where every purchase of this new Wind-Free model will entitle you to 50% off one of these two Samsung Air Purifier models :

  • Samsung AX60R5080WD Air Purifier
  • Samsung AX34R3020WW Air Purifier

 

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Why ASUS Cannot Blame AMD For Overheating ROG Cards

ASUS blamed AMD for the overheating problems affecting their ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700 / 5700 XT cards, and it’s really quite ridiculous.

Find out what’s going on, and why ASUS is WRONG to blame AMD for their overheating ROG cards!

 

Overheating ROG RX 5700 Cards : Why Is ASUS Blaming AMD?

The ASUS ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700 XT and Radeon RX 5700 are two of the more premium and expensive RX 5700 series graphics cards in the market.

Instead of using the reference AMD design, both ASUS ROG cards use premium alloy chokes, solid polymer capacitors, triple fans with axial fan blades, and a large 2.7-slot cooler.

They also feature the ASUS MaxContact Technology, which allows ASUS says will DOUBLE the contact surface with the GPU for maximum thermal transfer.

Despite such an impressive list of premium power and cooling capabilities, users noticed that their expensive ASUS ROG RX 5700 cards keep overheating.

 

ASUS finally admitted on Valentine’s Day 2020, that their cooler (with MaxContact Technology) was not secured tightly enough.

However, ASUS blamed AMD for that mistake, claiming that they recommended a mounting pressure that was much too low.

They actually penned an article, and created this pressure vs temperature chart to prove that they were not at fault, and users should blame AMD.

 

Why ASUS Cannot Blame AMD For Overheating ROG Cards

The more we analysed this issue, the more we realised how absurd ASUS claims were.

Reason #1 : AMD Recommendations Are For Their Reference Design

We do not have access to AMD’s engineering specifications, but logically, their recommended mounting pressure would be for their reference design only.

Both ASUS ROG Strix cards use a custom 2.7-slot cooler design, with triple fans, and the ASUS MaxContact Technology. They even come with a reinforced frame, presumably to support higher mounting pressures.

So it would not be logical for the brilliant engineers at ASUS to simply use whatever mounting pressure AMD recommended for the reference design.

Reason #2 : ASUS Reference Cards Did Not Overheat

ASUS also offers reference design models like many other brands, but that card does NOT have an overheating problem.

So it shows clearly that the recommended mounting pressure worked when applied to the AMD reference design.

Reason #3 : ASUS Only Discovered The Right Pressure After Extended Tests

This is a puzzling statement, because it suggests that they shipped their ROG Strix cards without performing enough tests to determine the optimal mounting pressure for their custom cooler.

One would also expect ASUS to perform stress tests on these premium card designs, to make sure they work properly… before they are qualified for production.

While it is possible for any product to have bugs, overheating due to loose screws seem hard to miss…

Reason #4 : Even ASUS TUF Cards Are Overheating!

We should remember that the TUF Gaming versions of both cards also have overheating issues, albeit for a different reason.

Their impressively large coolers were found to lack proper cooling for the memory chips (XT model), or had no cooling at all (non-XT model).

That led to impressive memory temperatures that were far in excess of their rated specifications, and more than enough to boil water while you game.

Fortunately for AMD, ASUS could not blame them for that terrible design decision. But that exposed the sobering fact that ASUS was not above cutting corners in their cards…

Recommended : ASUS TUF RX 5700 Cards Are Also Overheating, Remember?

Reason #5 : No Other Brands Are Affected

This overheating issue does not seem to be a problem with other brands with custom coolers.

And as far as we can tell, reference designs from ASUS and other brands do not have overheating issues.

So it would be interesting to see ASUS explain why only their ROG Strix RX 5700 and ROG Strix RX 5700 XT cards are overheating…

 

Should We STOP Buying AMD Radeon Cards From ASUS?

No, ASUS cards based on AMD reference designs are perfectly fine. And the current slew of ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700 / 5700 XT cards now come with properly tightened coolers.

ASUS Radeon RX 5700 XT (Reference)

ASUS Radeon RX 5700 (Reference)

ASUS ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700 XT

ASUS ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700

But you should definitely not buy the TUF models, which lack proper memory cooling. Get the new TUF EVO models instead.

 

 

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ASUS TUF RX 5700 Cards Are Also Overheating, Remember?

While ASUS is blaming AMD for their overheating ROG Strix cards, we should remember that ASUS TUF Radeon RX 5700 cards are also overheating…

Let’s look at WHY these TUF Gaming cards are overheating, and HOW they reflect the shortcuts that ASUS are apparently taking with their cards

 

ASUS ROG + TUF RX 5700 Cards Are Overheating!

Not only are ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT cards overheating, their TUF Gaming brethren are also overheating. But they are overheating due to different reasons.

The ASUS ROG Strix cards are overheating because their coolers were not screwed tightly enough, so their GPUs were not being cooled properly.

The ASUS TUF Gaming cards are overheating because their coolers either lacked proper cooling for their GDDR6 memory chips, or did NOT provide any cooling at all.

After months of complaints, ASUS finally admitted what users already knew months ago – that the ROG Strix cooler wasn’t properly mounted.

But instead of just admitting and correcting their mistake, ASUS blamed AMD for recommending reference mounting pressures that were way too low.

You can read about their blame AMD effort in our article, ASUS Blames AMD For Overheating ROG RX 5700 Cards!

The good news, for ROG Strix users, is that ASUS will (FINALLY) be providing replacement screws to fix the problem.

 

ASUS TUF Gaming RX 5700 Cards Are Also Overheating, Remember?

When ASUS refused to send a review sample to awesome guys at Hardware Unboxed, the Internet funded their purchase, and lo behold, they discovered why ASUS was so reticent about sending them a sample!

They discovered that the ASUS TUF Gaming RX 5700 XT card did not have proper cooling for their GDDR6 memory, while the non-XT version had NO COOLING for the memory chips at all!

See that thin piece of metal? That’s what ASUS uses as a heat-spreader for the XT version of their TUF Gaming card. The non-XT version doesn’t even have this!

Even with a heat-spreader, the memory chips on the TUF Gaming Radeon RX 5700 XT were hitting 104°C – far above their maximum operating temperature!

Frankly, we have no idea how these cards actually passed pre-production validation tests. After all, ASUS boasts that they put their TUF Gaming cards through a 144-hour validation program to ensure “rigorous performance and reliability standards“.

Surely, the ASUS engineering team would have noticed during that 144-hour validation program that the memory chips were hot enough to fry eggs?

 

Overheating ASUS TUF Gaming RX 5700 : New Models, But No Fix!

After this issue was exposed, ASUS came up with new TUF EVO versions, with improved memory cooling.

Unfortunately, they are NOT going to offer users of their TUF Gaming versions a fix or replacement.

Perhaps, with sufficient public pressure, ASUS can be convinced to do the right thing, and replace their badly-designed TUF cooler with the improved TUF EVO cooler.

So it is up to us to REMEMBER, and REMIND EVERYONE, that TUF Gaming Radeon RX 5700 and Radeon RX 5700 XT cards are also overheating, not just their more expensive ROG Strix brethren.

Of course, ASUS cannot blame AMD for overheating memory chips… LOL!

But if their GDDR6 memory supplier needs to take the blame, we hope they will bite the bullet and take the hit, so poor TUF Gaming users do not have to live with memory chips so hot they can boil water…

 

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Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R AIO Cooler Revealed!

Cooler Master just announced the MasterLiquid ML360R – their first 360 mm AIO liquid CPU cooler. Let’s find out what it offers!

 

The Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R AIO Cooler

Cooler Master introduces its first 360mm all-in-one (AIO) liquid CPU cooler. The MasterLiquid ML360R features addressable RGB LEDs on both the fans and water block and is certified compatible with ASUS, MSI and ASRock motherboards.

16.7 Million Color Customization with Software or Controlled


The MasterLiquid ML360R features Cooler Master’s newly designed pump with 12 addressable RGB LEDs on the water block and 8 addressable RGB LEDs on each fan, capable of 16.7 million color options.

Users can easily customize each LED through the addressable RGB software from ASUS, MSI and ASRock motherboards, or with Cooler Master’s MasterPlus+ software for complete ambient control.

It also comes equipped with a new addressable RGB LED controller for use and compatibility with non-addressable RGB components and easy lighting and mode control.   A 5-in-1 addressable RGB splitter is also included in the packaging.

Innovative Quality Design and More


The MasterLiquid ML360R is constructed with a low-profile, dual chamber pump that separates incoming coolant from the radiator-bound heated coolant.

Cooler Master’s unique pump design maximizes CPU cooling results and assists in maintaining ideal system temperatures. Italso features a precision machined microchannel cold plate to quickly dissipate heat, FEP tubing on the interior and sleeved tubing on the exterior for a premium look and extended durability.

MasterLiquid ML360R Price + And Availability

The MasterLiquid ML360R is now available, at the following prices :

 

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Cooler Master MasterBox K500L PC Case Revealed!

Cooler Master just launched the MasterBox K500L. As the latest case in the MasterBox K-Series lineup, the MasterBox K500L includes illuminated accents, fine mesh, and red lighting to emphasize “gaming” without breaking the wallet.

 

Cooler Master MasterBox K500L

The MasterBox K500L has a mesh front panel, 400mm of graphics card space, support for six 120mm fans, and front and rear water cooling support. So, there is plenty of room to house performance gaming components. Two lighted accents on each side of the mesh extend the glow of the pre-installed red LED fans and power button.

  • Efficient Thermal Performance: A partial meshed front panel and ventilation holes on top of the case give your parts fresh air to breathe.[adrotate group=”2″]
  • Lighting Effects: Stand out and be unique through LED strip in front. Your case will never be unremarkable.
  • Versatile Cooling Options: Support for up to six 120mm fans and front and rear liquid cooling ensure you don’t have to compromise on performance.
  • Graphics Card Support Up To 400mm: Supports the latest, widest cards you can get.
  • Stay Black, Stay Neat: Let your system stand out with a full black coating and PSU cover.
  • Cable Management: The PSU cover and 19mm width space behind the mainboard tray gives you plenty of cable management options to keep your build nice and clean.

The MasterBox K500L is the first release in a lineup that features 3D mesh, shaped to match the design on the front panel, with traits that change lighting depending on the angle. To accomplish this, a finer, single layer mesh was developed.

Previously, dust filters came in two layers: one layer for aesthetics and a layer of finer mesh as a dust filter. The MasterBox K500L integrates both of those layers into one, resulting in a finer mesh construction.

Thermal performance is accomplished mainly through the front panel, but complemented by filtered ventilation below the I/O, and ventilation on the top panel.

 

 

MasterBox K500L Price + Availability

The release of MasterBox K500L will commence immediately, priced at RM 239 / ~US$ 61. Here are some purchase links for your convenience :

  • Cooler Master MasterBox K500L : RM 239

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MasterCase H500P Mesh White PC Case Revealed!

Cooler Master just announced the launch of the MasterCase H500P Mesh White, which boasts unrestricted airflow for maximum cooling. Here are the full details on the MasterCase H500P Mesh White!

 

Cooler Master MasterCase H500P Mesh White

Behind the mesh sits two, pre-installed, 200mm RGB fans that propel air into an all-white interior chassis. The space and capacity inside ensures that the case is easy to build in and cable management is as streamlined as possible. The combination of tempered glass and industrial lines gives the MasterCase H500P Mesh White (Price Check) a refined, functional appeal for your build to look as great as it performs.

“The MasterCase H500P represents what building a PC is to us and our community. It’s fun, rewarding, and self-expressive.” — Matteo Stracciari, Case General Manager

Upon closer inspection, the mesh on the front panel is not just steel mesh. There’s a second layer, or screen, that is finer and purposed to filter dust. That tidbit of information is easy to miss if you’re hypnotized by the spinning RGB fans. Below are some more features of the MasterCase H500P Mesh White (Price Check).

Two 200mm RGB fans behind Mesh front panel

Optimized airflow is guaranteed with a complete mesh front panel providing plenty of air intake for the two pre-installed 200mm RGB fans. Use the RGB lighting to create a captivating build in your preferred color theme.

Covers for Clean Building

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A PSU shroud, CPU cut out cover, and additional cable covers take clean cable management to the next level. Assemble clean builds like a pro.

Show Off Your Graphics Card

Two additional PCI slots at the rear enable you to show off one graphics card in the vertical position. All of this is seen through a light grey tinted tempered glass side panel, ideal for showcasing your build with (RGB) lighting.

Liquid Cooling Ready

The MasterCase H500P Mesh White (Price Check) accommodates up to 360mm radiators on the top and front.

RGB controller and 1 to 3 Splitter Cable for RGB LED Fans

The included RGB controller can be connected to the reset switch to manage the lighting of the two 200mm RGB fans. Also, the RGB Connector Splitter and 4 pin male to male adapters are included.

 

MasterCase H500P Mesh White Airflow

Airflow is not just about cramming air into the case, it’s also about efficiently directing the air to move through the system. The particular placement of vents on the top cover is key in channeling the flow of air to reduce system temps.

Along with directing airflow, there’s ample room for advanced builders looking to house complex components like custom liquid cooling. Whether builders decide to use air cooling, closed loop, or open loop system(s), the H500P’s layout offers room for development.

 

MasterCase H500P Mesh White Pricing & Availability

The release of MasterCase H500P White Mesh will commence immediately, priced at RM 639 / US$ 149.99. Here are some purchase links for your convenience :

  • MasterCase H500P White Mesh : US$ 149.99
  • MasterCase H500P White Mesh : RM 635 (with 1% discount)

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