Cooler Master MasterLiquid Maker 92 AIO Liquid CPU Cool @ Ebuyer for £29.98
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Cooler Master MasterLiquid Maker 92 AIO Liquid CPU Cool @ Ebuyer for £29.98

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Found 11th AugEdited by:"bham89man"
Cooler Master MasterLiquid Maker 92 AIO Liquid CPU Cool Product Description
Cooler master is a global provider of Cooling, Cases, Power Supplies and Gaming Peripherals. Cooler master also owns the CM Storm, a subsidiary brand created in 2008 with products developed using research collected from partnerships with gaming organizations in e-sports including Mouse sports and Frag Dominant. Think Cooler. We're all about the things that make building a PC such a rewarding experience. The sense of achievement. The joy of making and creating something uniquely yours in form and function. The freedom that comes from complete control. And of course, the thrill of bringing your creation to life without melting your components. Cooler Master MasterLiquid Maker 92 Liquid CPU Cooler

Specifications

  • Model MLZ-H92M-A26PK-R1
  • CPU Intel® LGA 2011-v3/ 2011/ 1151/ 1150/ 1155/ 1156 socket
  • Power Connector SATA and 4-Pin
  • Radiator Material Aluminum
  • Dimension Vertical 99.9 x 81.6 x 167.5mm (3.9 x 3.2 x 6.6")
  • Horizontal 99.9 x 142 x 118.8 mm (3.9 x 5.6 x 4.7")
  • Fan Dimension Φ95 x 25.4 mm (3.7 x 1")
  • Speed 550 ~ 2600 RPM (PWM) ± 10%
  • Airflow 49.7 CFM (max)
  • Air Pressure 6.4 mmH2O (max)
  • Noise Level 30 dBA (max)
  • MTTF 350,000 hours
  • L-10 Life 50,000 hours
  • Rated Voltage 12 VDC
  • Pump Noise Level <12 dBA (max)
  • MTTF 175,000 hours
  • L-10 Life 50,000 hours
  • Rated Voltage 12 VDC
  • Weight 875 g
  • Warranty 5 Years
  • EAN Code 4719512053690
  • UPC Code 884102029783

Including Postage and Packing: £33.96 (Super Saver Delivery)

Update: Received mines this Morning, Extremely Happy , Just to let you guys know the Water Cooling does come with Thermal Paste so you do not need to purchase any.
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All the disadvantage of closed loop coolers with none of the advantages.
Not sure who would buy this as it serves zero purpose. It's too bulky for a low profile build and too small for OC. You really need a bigger rad as this will be ok for about 10mins till the water heats up and then it loses its benefit. Better off with an air cooler.
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All the disadvantage of closed loop coolers with none of the advantages.
Why would you even want something like this when even low profile coolers could do better?
I am actually quite fond of it. Never seen something like this before.
makes sense, I look at it as very efficient, needs to be tested of course.
Edited by: "bobo53" 12th Aug
Pointless may as well us air cooler
Not sure who would buy this as it serves zero purpose. It's too bulky for a low profile build and too small for OC. You really need a bigger rad as this will be ok for about 10mins till the water heats up and then it loses its benefit. Better off with an air cooler.
The small radiator will make this very ineffective at cooling your system. As mentioned above, you're better off with an air cooler.
Actually lads, this isn't too shabby a cooler.

Low noise and with enough surface area on the rad fins to bleed off a fair bit of heat.
Pointless. Sold for people that don't know any better.
dragoncurt3 h, 41 m ago

Never seen something like this before.


There's a reason for that....
CaNsA13 h, 57 m ago

Actually lads, this isn't too shabby a cooler.Low noise and with enough …Actually lads, this isn't too shabby a cooler.Low noise and with enough surface area on the rad fins to bleed off a fair bit of heat.


You have seen the reviews where its actually one of the worst performing devices...
CaNsA11th Aug

Actually lads, this isn't too shabby a cooler.Low noise and with enough …Actually lads, this isn't too shabby a cooler.Low noise and with enough surface area on the rad fins to bleed off a fair bit of heat.


It does the job certainly, but it's more expensive, heavier and less reliable than the competition.

It's strictly one for those buying it for windowed cases for it's looks, if your tastes run to lumps of black plastic.
What the hell is that
Cold.....no rgb
Kill it! Kill it with fire!
I'm sure Cool Master have done their homework, although i still have that nagging doubt its not worth the hassle, headache or money. Wouldn't put water in my Rig after the leak i had 3 yrs ago. But i'm mildly interested all the same.
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Dave_Wills53 m ago

I'm sure Cool Master have done their homework, although i still have that …I'm sure Cool Master have done their homework, although i still have that nagging doubt its not worth the hassle, headache or money. Wouldn't put water in my Rig after the leak i had 3 yrs ago. But i'm mildly interested all the same.



Similar here. When I bought my PC it had a Corsair AIO cooler, after a couple of years the PC started shutting down. I found the core temps were rocketing every time I tried to do something. I removed the cooler (faff) and opened it up - the interior surfaces were encrusted with some sort of mineral deposits, and the pipes were completely blocked!

Threw it in the bin and fitted a Hyper 212. Quiet, similar performance and very little to go wrong.
Better off sticking with a Corsair H55 then this rubbish.
pigeon8418 m ago

Similar here. When I bought my PC it had a Corsair AIO cooler, after a …Similar here. When I bought my PC it had a Corsair AIO cooler, after a couple of years the PC started shutting down. I found the core temps were rocketing every time I tried to do something. I removed the cooler (faff) and opened it up - the interior surfaces were encrusted with some sort of mineral deposits, and the pipes were completely blocked!Threw it in the bin and fitted a Hyper 212. Quiet, similar performance and very little to go wrong.


AIO use mixed metals.
EndlessWaves22 h, 50 m ago

All the disadvantage of closed loop coolers with none of the advantages.


Exactly. You add the risk of water in your case while still not being able to directly vent the heat. You might as well just buy a big air cooler, just as effective without the risk.
It doesn't seem that bad for 30 quid.
outwar6010_8 m ago

It doesn't seem that bad for 30 quid.


It's more that everything else at £30 is better.
outwar6010_10 m ago

It doesn't seem that bad for 30 quid.


Couldn't Agree! People on here just Moaning ! You would not find any Water Cooling System for Below £30. This is aimed at those with Micro ATX Case. Worth a try if you are not Happy with the Product always can be returned!
bham89man8 m ago

Couldn't Agree! People on here just Moaning ! You would not find any Water …Couldn't Agree! People on here just Moaning ! You would not find any Water Cooling System for Below £30. This is aimed at those with Micro ATX Case. Worth a try if you are not Happy with the Product always can be returned!


A high end air cooler is better than a low end water cooler in most cases.And many mATX cases support closed loop watercoolers with bigger rads which don't sit on top of the CPU.
bham89man29 m ago

Couldn't Agree! People on here just Moaning ! You would not find any Water …Couldn't Agree! People on here just Moaning ! You would not find any Water Cooling System for Below £30. This is aimed at those with Micro ATX Case. Worth a try if you are not Happy with the Product always can be returned!


The review you yourself posted says this is a poor choice of cooler.
bham89man1 h, 29 m ago

Couldn't Agree! People on here just Moaning ! You would not find any Water …Couldn't Agree! People on here just Moaning ! You would not find any Water Cooling System for Below £30. This is aimed at those with Micro ATX Case. Worth a try if you are not Happy with the Product always can be returned!


People aren’t moaning. The reviews show this device is garbage.

plus no rgb
Lonyo2 h, 47 m ago

A high end air cooler is better than a low end water cooler in most …A high end air cooler is better than a low end water cooler in most cases.And many mATX cases support closed loop watercoolers with bigger rads which don't sit on top of the CPU.


Water cooling parts were initial developed to handle overclocked chips with higher heat output than air coolers could handle.

Then smaller closed loop coolers were introduced that had all the downsides of water cooling systems (less reliable/durable etc.) and no more cooling ability than a big air cooler, but it turned out their flexible hoses gave you the advantage of being able to position it better for case airflow and mount it more securely for transport.

Then this was introduced, which removed even those advantages.

Claiming it's a good price for a water cooler is silly. Water is something you put up with next to electronics to get the advantage of the form factor, not something you actually want.
pigeon845 h, 13 m ago

Similar here. When I bought my PC it had a Corsair AIO cooler, after a …Similar here. When I bought my PC it had a Corsair AIO cooler, after a couple of years the PC started shutting down. I found the core temps were rocketing every time I tried to do something. I removed the cooler (faff) and opened it up - the interior surfaces were encrusted with some sort of mineral deposits, and the pipes were completely blocked!Threw it in the bin and fitted a Hyper 212. Quiet, similar performance and very little to go wrong.


Exactly the cooler i brought after my troubles, i only do light overclocks, so its perfect. Not knocking Water Cooling, but i can't be assed just for the sake of bragging rights.
All aio coolers have significantly easier mounting to compared air coolers. This is a big win if you have dcd like me.
People voting hot clearly have no concept of how these things work. You need a decent rad size, decent water flow and above all a good fan to shift the air. As this cooler has none of those properties, it's a waste of £30. You'd be better off using the free stock cpu cooler that comes with a boxed cpu over this thing. Or check ebay and grab a second hand corsair H100 or similar for the same money.
bbfb1231 h, 1 m ago

People voting hot clearly have no concept of how these things work. You …People voting hot clearly have no concept of how these things work. You need a decent rad size, decent water flow and above all a good fan to shift the air. As this cooler has none of those properties, it's a waste of £30. You'd be better off using the free stock cpu cooler that comes with a boxed cpu over this thing. Or check ebay and grab a second hand corsair H100 or similar for the same money.


The h100 was infamous for grindy pump noises and I doubt used units would be any good now...
Edited by: "outwar6010_" 13th Aug
outwar6010_17 m ago

The h100 was infamous for grindy pump noises and I doubt used units would …The h100 was infamous for grindy pump noises and I doubt used units would be any good now...


Which is why I said h100 or similar?
Is this not the most pointless product? The only benefit over an air cooler here is that you can swivel it, the extra complexity of water cooling it adds nothing? The radiator and fan need to be either in-taking or exhausting external air otherwise there's no benefit to water cooling surely???

Am I missing something?!?
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