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Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 240 66.7 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler from CCL £39.74 delv
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Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 240 66.7 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler from CCL £39.74 delv

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Posted 14th Mar

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Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 240 66.7 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler £35.79

Postage: £3.95 or free for orders over £50.00

usual £45 from amazon.

"its not bad a cheap dual one"..

Liquid CPU cooling optimized for low noise and performance. Easy to install 240mm radiator makes this the perfect all-in-one liquid cooling for novice to experienced builders.

Dual-Chamber PumpIsolates the heated coolant, therefore maximizes the results of the cooling of the processor.

Stylish RadiatorCustom design low resistance radiator allows higher flow rate, heat exchange efficiency and provides unmatched cooling performance.


Main Features
  • Low Resistance 240mm Radiator
  • 2 x MasterFan Air Balance 120
  • Quality Precision Copper Base
  • Dual-Chamber Pump
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These have trouble with leaking issues. I suggest you check reviews on other sites first before purchasing.
Sapphon14/03/2020 16:11

These have trouble with leaking issues. I suggest you check reviews on …These have trouble with leaking issues. I suggest you check reviews on other sites first before purchasing.


Plus fan coolers are so good these days, aio coolers are mostly pointless.
What would you recommend please if these are no good? Ghanks
watchcam14/03/2020 17:29

What would you recommend please if these are no good? Ghanks


If your dead set on an AIO, the corsair h100 was about £73 on amazon last I checked and is solid from what reviews and friends tell me. Just picked up the Arctic freezer 34 duo myself as its almost as good and a hell of a lot cheaper (£25-30 on here) and less prone to failure due to the nature of simplicity.
Thank you. I am a total novice so appreciated.
Muzzzzzzz14/03/2020 17:38

i like these but its double the money …i like these but its double the money https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07B68T46Q/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&th=1


Exactly the one I was referring to. Thanks for fishing the link out.
Crossbow14/03/2020 20:22

When an air-cooler is even dearer than that...Noctua NH-D15 Premium CPU …When an air-cooler is even dearer than that...Noctua NH-D15 Premium CPU Cooler with 2x NF-A15 PWM 140mm Fans


I guess safer than water also if nothing else?
watchcam14/03/2020 20:37

I guess safer than water also if nothing else?


Most sealed (also called closed-loop) water-coolers are very safe I reckon.
Thank you .. will pop them in the online parts checker thingy
AIO are great if you like it quiet & cool. Spins up and keeps you going at 100% 24/7 with some noise if you need it.
Noctua
Dont all these AIO have a very limited life ? either they end up leaking, the pump breaks, or the stuff inside turns into Turbo-slime. The fluid evaporates AFAIK which limits their life
watchcam14/03/2020 17:29

What would you recommend please if these are no good? Ghanks


It's not fair to say these are 'no good'. Theres little wrong with them save the fans. If you get a couple of the arctic fans on here from a week ago and swap them, you'll get change from a tenner, then they are excellent for the money. I use them a lot and they give much better results than air blowers, plus look better in a case. The arctic fans spin slower, but plenty fast enough. These are cheap on amazon, but I'm not sure if it's just a business price, so you might check there, so if they annoy you you can send back easily? I did the whole emails to cooler master. Absolute waste of time and I should take this opportunity to say that any help from that lot it not to be expected. All of the ones I bought had noisy fans and I was simply asking if they should be this noisy or not. There wasnt much point sending them back to Amazon, as they were all behaving similarly. They responded initially stating they shouldn't be noisy. When it came to getting replacement fans however, the trail went cold. Excuse the pun! So if you factor in the extra tenner then you'll be good. Also the fans you remove aren't wasted. They are fine as case fans, it seems up against the radiator theres a turbulence and noise that's just plain annoying...
PS, never had one leak... I have to admit also, however, the Corsairs are miles better. I've had one on an i5 4690k for literally years and it is pure silent... and only 120mm unit, but nearly twice the price... hope this helps you out.
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