Published on October 18th, 2023 | by Adrian Gunning

Cooler Master Announces the Atlas ARGB GPU Support: Combining Strength with Dynamic Aesthetics

Cooler Master, a leading provider of PC components, gaming peripherals, and tech lifestyle solutions today announced the Atlas ARGB GPU Support. Engineered for the most advanced graphics cards, this GPU support accessory melds functionality with cutting-edge design, ensuring GPUs remain stable while providing an additional layer of aesthetics to any PC setup.

Key features and benefits of the Atlas ARGB GPU Support:

  1. Innovative Infinity Mirror Design: Experience the first-of-its-kind infinity mirror design, housed in a transparent layer, creating a visually striking effect that sets any build apart.
  2. Edge-Lit ARGB Tempered Glass: Featuring CNC machined ARGB lighting strips complemented by additional ARGB bulbs, this design allows enthusiasts to showcase their GPUs without any obstruction. For a more subtle look, users can simply turn off the lights.
  3. Sturdy Aluminum Stand: Built with premium materials, the aluminum stand is designed to hold up even the most heavyweight GPUs, ensuring a stable and durable support.
  4. User-Friendly Installation: Benefit from a 100% tool-free design, ensuring quick and hassle-free installation. Magnets reinforce the base, ensuring robust stability.
  5. Counteract GPU Sag: With larger GPUs entering the market, the Atlas is purpose-built to support and evenly distribute their weight, ensuring PCIe slots are stress-free.
  6. Universal Compatibility: The Atlas offers versatility with an adjustable sliding and lock mechanism, compatible across various builds. Furthermore, its dual-axis mode caters to both vertical and horizontal GPU configurations.

For enthusiasts who value both performance and design, the Atlas ARGB GPU Support is the perfect addition to elevate the look and longevity of their PC builds.

About the Author


Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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