Cooler Master Dyn X Sim Racing Cockpit

More and more computer hardware companies seem to venture into the rapidly growing world of sim racing peripherals. Not a week seems to go by without seeing a new or established brand announcing sim racing related products.

Recently, well-known Taiwan based computer hardware manufacturer Cooler Master Technology Inc. has introduced its Dyn X Sim Racing Cockpit.

Cooler Master has always been at the forefront of innovation, and the Dyn X is a testament to our unwavering commitment to elevating gaming experiences, said Jimmy Sha, CEO of Cooler Master. Whether you’re taking on a new racetrack or taking flight, the Dyn X offers unprecedented customization, comfort, and immersive gameplay.

The Dyn X is a rigorously designed sim racing chassis constructed out of heavy-duty, JIS STKM 13A tubular steel delivering great durability with minimal flex.

The highly adjustable rig can dial in 14 diverse driving positions with a single adjustment, accommodating for a wide range of racing styles such as Formula, GT, NASCAR, Rally, and more. Its robust design ensures stability, ergonomics, and ease of use.

The rig is fitted with a comfortable and adjustable racing seat made up out of a composite fiberglass shell, foam padded, and covered with a quality synthetic suede finish. Furthermore, the seat features interchangeable padding covers and a detachable headrest, which can come in handy depending on the selected driving position.

For ease of use, the Cooler Master Dyn X is pre-drilled with numerous mounting holes for a monitor mount, shifter mount, or other desired accessories. The modular design makes it ready for future expansion and motion systems.

At the time of writing, Cooler Master had not yet provided a price setting for the pricing for teh Dyn X cockpit, nor did it reveal the exact release date. ( However, rumors go that the Cooler Master Dyn X base cockpit will become available in September 2023 for $1,999. The optional racing seat is reported to become available for $499.00)


  • Assembled Dimensions (Upmost Position) 1707mm x 756mm x 1044mm (LxWxH)
  • Assembled Dimensions (Downmost Position) 1591mm x 756mm x 998mm (LxWxH)
  • Ready for Motion Actuator System – Yes
  • Buttkicker Mount – Yes
  • Included Steering Wheel Mount Front Mount
  • Number of Driving Positions – 14
  • Frame Tubing Material Steel (JIS STKM 13A)
  • Frame Tubing Diameter – 50.8mm
  • Frame Tubing Wall Thickness – 2mm
  • Gusset Thickness – 5mm
  • Steering Wheel Mount Material (All Mounts) – Steel
  • Steering Wheel Mount Material Thickness (All Mounts) – 6mm
  • Pedal Tray Material Aluminum (5052)
  • Pedal Tray Material Thickness – 5mm
  • Seat Mount Material Steel
  • Seat Mount Material Thickness – 3mm
  • Steering Wheel Slide (Forward/Back) – 300mm
  • Steering Wheel Mounting Positions (Front & Side Mount) 6 (3 regular + 3 with mount inverted)
  • Steering Wheel Mount Degrees of Adjustment (Front & Side Mount) Position 1: 50°, Position 2: 47°, Position 3: 44°, Total: 80° (regular + inverted)
  • Steering Wheel Mount Height Adjustment (Front & Side Mount) 81mm (6 positions)
  • Steering Wheel Mounting Positions (Tray Mount) 4 (2 regular + 2 with mount inverted)
  • Steering Wheel Mount Degrees of Adjustment (Tray Mount) Position 1: 26°, Position 2: 24°, Total: 60° (regular + inverted)
  • Steering Wheel Mount Height Adjustment (Tray Mount) 140mm (4 positions)
  • Pedal Tray Slide (Forward/Back) – 400mm
  • Pedal Tray Tilt (Up/Down) ± 45°
  • Pedal Tray Lift (Up/Down) – ±100mm
  • Seat Slide (Forward/Backward) – 150mm
  • Seat Tilt (Up/Down) 3 – 27°
  • Seat Lift (Up/Down) – 30mm
  • Number of Frame Tilt Positions – 14
  • Frame Tilt 3 – 22°
  • Combined Frame/Seat Tilt 6 – 49°
  • Component 2 Dyn X – Racing Seat
  • Seat Shell Material Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP)

Wheel Compatibility:

  • Front Mount (Included with Dyn X and great adjustability)
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  • VRS Force Pro
  • Tray Mount (Separate accessory and good adjustability)
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Pedal Compatibility:

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  • Fanatec ClubSport V1 Logitech G Pro Simagic P1000 Thrustmaster T150
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  • Fanatec ClubSport V3 Logitech G27 Simworx Pro V3.1 Thrustmaster T3PA
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  • Fanatec CSL Elite Pedals Logitech G920 SRP Formula-R Thrustmaster T3PGT
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