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Cooler Master Announces Collaboration with GTR Simulator

Cooler Master, a leading global manufacturer of PC components and peripherals, today announced the development of a racing simulator in collaboration with GTR Simulator. The GTA-F Cooler Master Edition was developed as the ultimate gaming rig, allowing users to get from work to play in seconds.

Made from high quality alloy steel, the GTA-F Cooler Master Edition features a fully adjustable frame and a premium racing seat designed to support racers of all sizes and cope with the constant strain of full body maneuvers. With 14 adjustment options, users can fine-tune their seat, monitor height and distance to the steering wheel/keyboard holder for maximum comfort when working long hours or training 24 hours a day at Le Mans.

With support for up to three curved or flat monitors from 30 to 36 inches or a single 50 inch monitor, the GTA-F offers an impressive experience while you pedal the accelerator and steer the wheel in the latest racing simulator. A special 44.2 cm x 34.4 cm case base is part of the whole structure to get the PC off the ground and make all connections easily accessible.

The GTA-F Cooler Master Edition comes with two decks (Work & Play) that can be easily removed and stowed away while the other is in use. The keyboard and mouse tray, attached to the rig by a swivel mount, allows PC gaming and daily computer work with peripherals. When keyboard and mouse are not the tools of choice, a pre-drilled control mounting deck supports a range of steering wheel controls on the market.

A GTR simulator and Cooler Master branded steering wheel and pedal are planned for early 2020.

Availability:

The GTA-F Cooler Master Edition will be available in the fourth quarter of 2019 for an estimated initial UVP of $1,000 USD.

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