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Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB Liquid CPU Cooler £47.87 @ Amazon
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Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB Liquid CPU Cooler £47.87 @ Amazon

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Posted 1st Jan

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Silent Cooling Fan Technology - A mix of noise reduction technology and sound absorbing rubber pads for peace and quiet even when your PC is working overtime. Speed 650 to 2000 RPM
Hybrid Design - A combination of both jet engine and helicopter blade designs gives you the static air reassure you need without sacrificing airflow.
Dual Dissipation - Our low-profile dual chamber pump delivers sizable performance leaps over last-gen technology.
Radiator- dimensions: 27.7 x 11.96 x 2.7 centimeter ,fan- dimensions:12.0 x 12.0 x 2.5 centimeter. Include Wired RGB Controller & Splitter - Allows you customize colours and light effects.
Smart Fan Sensor for Jam Protection – Never worry about your cables getting snagged or components being mucked up ever again.
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Seems a good deal but many people have reported leaks from the pump.
Ricky_Bird01/01/2020 11:56

Seems a good deal but many people have reported leaks from the pump.


I wouldn't worry, I've never had an AIO leak or know of anyone who has. Of course that doesn't mean it doesn't happen it's just very rare. Thousands of people will have bought this AIO, I bet only a small handful will have had that happen. It's not just this AIO though, any can leak and coolermaster make some of the best in the business.
Would this fit LGA2066 socket , as nothing in description.
LazybeatX01/01/2020 12:03

I wouldn't worry, I've never had an AIO leak or know of anyone who has. Of …I wouldn't worry, I've never had an AIO leak or know of anyone who has. Of course that doesn't mean it doesn't happen it's just very rare. Thousands of people will have bought this AIO, I bet only a small handful will have had that happen. It's not just this AIO though, any can leak and coolermaster make some of the best in the business.


I nearly pulled the trigger before I read the reviews but you speak sense and I'm now very temped to go for it.
Ricky_Bird01/01/2020 12:44

I nearly pulled the trigger before I read the reviews but you speak sense …I nearly pulled the trigger before I read the reviews but you speak sense and I'm now very temped to go for it.


Just remember if someone has had a bad experience with something they will definitely let you know about it on the internet. But people generally don't write reviews if they have had a positive experience. If these AIOs where constantly leaking Coolermaster would either fix the issue or just pull the product as they aren't going to put out a product that just keeps failing and costing them money.
LazybeatX01/01/2020 12:03

I wouldn't worry, I've never had an AIO leak or know of anyone who has. Of …I wouldn't worry, I've never had an AIO leak or know of anyone who has. Of course that doesn't mean it doesn't happen it's just very rare. Thousands of people will have bought this AIO, I bet only a small handful will have had that happen. It's not just this AIO though, any can leak and coolermaster make some of the best in the business.



I get what you're saying, but 1* reviews of Corsair Products are just general issues, but the Cooler Master reviews are just "leak" "leak" "leak" "leak"

So maybe this is a duff batch which is being carelessly discounted. I would avoid.
Chaoslava01/01/2020 12:49

I get what you're saying, but 1* reviews of Corsair Products are just …I get what you're saying, but 1* reviews of Corsair Products are just general issues, but the Cooler Master reviews are just "leak" "leak" "leak" "leak" So maybe this is a duff batch which is being carelessly discounted. I would avoid.


That's fair enough but like I said, there could be 20 people that have left a review that says leak but how many people have probably bought it that haven't had a leak? Thousands?
shlonakzeen01/01/2020 12:26

Would this fit LGA2066 socket , as nothing in description.


Should be the same as the 2011 v3 x99 and same as the previous x79 platform.
Edited by: "bobo53" 1st Jan
LazybeatX01/01/2020 12:03

I wouldn't worry, I've never had an AIO leak or know of anyone who has. Of …I wouldn't worry, I've never had an AIO leak or know of anyone who has. Of course that doesn't mean it doesn't happen it's just very rare. Thousands of people will have bought this AIO, I bet only a small handful will have had that happen. It's not just this AIO though, any can leak and coolermaster make some of the best in the business.


Same here, me and quite a few people have been water cooling for 30 years and never had a mishap, or even know of anyone else who has.
It's not a pressurised system so there's no big surprises especially nowadays where people have clear windowed cases and CPU/GPU throttling, so damage from over heating and water leak or slow leaks will become apparent, if they ever happen... Which they don't...
Edited by: "polarbaba" 1st Jan
Had the non-rgb version installed for two Years, I did replace the fans once they became noisy.
Bought another one to use in a Ryzen build until I get all my water cooling fittings together.
I'm not too sure about draining.
The pump has in and out, would I need a T splitter where 1 output goes around the loop and the 2nd output goes to a tap?
Have this cooler on my new Ryzen 7 3700x build and can't recommend this enough.
Same cpu + Gigabyte x570 Master MB and Lian Li Dynamic case in black.

Only just put her together, about to connect her to a monitor and hope she fires up first time.
(She's a sexy Lady in black)
Had my non-rgb ones for around 2 and a half years, actually have 2 sets, one in my Ryzen system, and one in my ESXi server build. Never had a problem with either of them, the Esxi build one was already in that case from a previous build I had that I no longer use, so simply used it in there rather than it being spare. I did change the fans though on my main PC one, they were a little rattly, so swapped for some corsair ML fans.
I don't know anyone that's had an AIO leak in the last 5 years or more. Most problems you see with AIOs these days are related to dead pumps usually. But even then, the ones I have seen with those problems are expensive ones like NZXT Kraken or Corsair ones, but that could be purely down to the amount they sell of them.
I have some Artic F12 Silent fans that I plan to replace on the Intel build.
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