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Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240R RGB Liquid CPU Cooler - £79.99 @ Amazon
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Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240R RGB Liquid CPU Cooler - £79.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 27th Nov 2019

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Bit of a niche deal, but if you are in the market for an all-in-one liquid CPU cooler with RGB, then this seems to be rated quite well amongst reviewers and works out quite well with regard to cost effectiveness compared to equivalent competitor products.

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The ML240R MasterLiquid cooler from Cooler Master is an all-in-one cooler that's truly custom inside and out. It utilizes incredible components to keep your CPU constantly cooled. With a low-profile dual chamber pump for great performance and heat transfer, and two Masterfan Air Balance fans that work at whisper-quiet volumes whilst still providing unmatched cooling. The ML240R also offers addressable RGB LEDs are installed on both the pump and fans to give you next-level personalisation options that can be addressed through the provided addressable RGB controller or through exclusive Cooler Master software.

Works with the following sockets:
Intel LGA115X / 2011 / 2066 / 775
AMD SocketsAM2 / AM3 / AM4 / FM

Radiator size: 240mm
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9 Comments
Is this another Asetek unit?
3anana27/11/2019 23:06

I believe so yes


Ah OK, good price but find the Asetek pumps to be unreliable and fail a lot. Keep your receipt I guess
V1NNYC27/11/2019 23:07

Ah OK, good price but find the Asetek pumps to be unreliable and fail a …Ah OK, good price but find the Asetek pumps to be unreliable and fail a lot. Keep your receipt I guess


The earlier ones seemed pretty solid as I've had corsair and antec AIOs from 2011 running to this day, can't say much for the newer ones as its only been 1-2 years but relatively good so far. If you're worried about leaks/reliability deepcool is a safer bet, they also use their own pump designs and I think their castle AIOs are the best looking out there visually
Edited by: "3anana" 27th Nov 2019
Yeah I've had a few H100i, H115i, Nzxt kraken X62 all have had some issues along the way. I'M using a H115i Platinum SE made by coolit but its a bit louder than the the others so can't win I guess
3anana27/11/2019 23:08

The earlier ones seemed pretty solid as I've had corsair and antec AIOs …The earlier ones seemed pretty solid as I've had corsair and antec AIOs from 2011 running to this day, can't say much for the newer ones as its only been 1-2 years but relatively good so far. If you're worried about leaks/reliability deepcool is a safer bet, they also use their own pump designs and I think their castle AIOs are the best looking out there visually


Ah, not looked into this brand much but the RGB looks good on video! Where have you heard Deepcool is a safer bet? They do offer 3 year warranty compared to Cooler Master's 2 years...
Sanzai28/11/2019 06:26

Ah, not looked into this brand much but the RGB looks good on video! Where …Ah, not looked into this brand much but the RGB looks good on video! Where have you heard Deepcool is a safer bet? They do offer 3 year warranty compared to Cooler Master's 2 years...



They have anti leak pump designs so one less thing to be potentially worried about. This is for their castle EX and captain AIOs.
Edited by: "3anana" 28th Nov 2019
3anana28/11/2019 06:30

They have anti leak pump designs so one less thing to be potentially …They have anti leak pump designs so one less thing to be potentially worried about. This is for their castle EX and captain AIOs.


Looked into a couple and although it really might depend on your individual setup, the reviews suggest RGB on their Castle 240 one looks a bit better than the Coolermaster one,it might perform a bit worse in terms of cooling and noise.

There's probably not much in it to be fair, but Deepcool have a year longer warranty so that could be the deciding factor for some.
Sanzai28/11/2019 09:06

Looked into a couple and although it really might depend on your …Looked into a couple and although it really might depend on your individual setup, the reviews suggest RGB on their Castle 240 one looks a bit better than the Coolermaster one,it might perform a bit worse in terms of cooling and noise.There's probably not much in it to be fair, but Deepcool have a year longer warranty so that could be the deciding factor for some.



The coolermaster fans spin up to 2000rpm I believe so are definitely louder. I['d still go with the deepcool AIO because it looks so much nicer.
Edited by: "3anana" 28th Nov 2019
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