Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 120 Blue LED CPU Liquid Cooler Kit at CCL Online for £39.99
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Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 120 Blue LED CPU Liquid Cooler Kit at CCL Online for £39.99

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Found 9th Aug
Perfect if you are after a blue LED. Really good price for a decent liquid cooler.
Main Features
  • Preserving Parts - Liquid heated by the CPU is isolated from sensitive components using two chambers in the pump
  • Maximizing Absorption - The water block, customized and packed densely with micro-fine plates, absorbs more heat from the CPU than traditional designs
  • Zoning in on Heat - Liquid is funneled directly at the hottest part of the CPU and carried away quickly through technology normally used in high-end DIY models
  • Recycling the Cool - Heated liquid is more efficiently cooled through a completely unique radiator fin design
  • Getting It Out - Heat in the radiator fins is expelled far out of the case by new MasterFan Pro 120 Air Balance fans
  • Keeping it Quiet - Silent drivers in the pump and MasterFan Pros reduce decibel levels to nearly a whisper
  • Installation Made Simple - With parts of the assembly tool-free

Feel the Flow

Based on our expertise in thermal technology, we reengineered how liquid absorbs and expels heat throughout the all-in-one (AIO) closed loop of the cooler. Our holistic approach to the flow puts in your hands a comprehensive cooling machine that lasts longer, performs better and requires virtually no maintenance.

FlowOp Technology
Starting with the hot CPU, FlowOp looks to optimize the flow of liquid, enabling it to carry heat quickly and efficiently away from the CPU while preserving the lifespan of the components. To achieve this, we made improvements to practically every phase of the MasterLiquid Pro's cooling loop.

A Dual Approach to Life Expectancy
We stacked an extra chamber on top and engineered it so that cold stuff can go in, but hot stuff can't go back up. The cooler upper chamber is where we store all of the vital components.

"Spraying" the CPU
We grabbed technology from top-end DIY liquid cooling kits to create a powerful pump that sprays liquid directly at the center of the water block, solving the issue of slow flow. It also allows us to mount even more ultra-fine fins on the copper base, creating even more surfaces from which the coolant can take away heat.

Gently Driven
Adding to that effort towards silence, we encased the pump needed to drive that concentrated spray at our CPU with a silent driver. The custom driver rotates way more smoothly than any other technology out there, reducing noisy clicks and vibration. It's like you're using a V8 engine and can't even notice.

Easy Installation
Many of Cooler Master's products are known for their easy installation. To fit our Pro lineup to the motherboard and install fans, all you need to bring are your two hands and a screwdriver.

Spacious Squares for Air
The MasterLiquid's unique square fin design creates greater surface area for absorption of the heat and allows for spacious airflow. The increased space means we can use a quieter fan that pushes air farther out of the case. It's really quiet.

Getting the Heat Outside
The spacious square fins gave us leverage to use all-new MasterFan Pro Air Balance fans. The blades push air farther out of the case and are quieter than high static pressure fans. And they'll last just as long as your liquid cooler.
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19 Comments
Hmm, could I use this to cool the GPU? is there a more ghetto mount then those Karken mounts? I've got a 1060 but dual fans are little loud (1800-2000rpm) when on load. All other fans in the system are 120/140mm around 1000..
I was tempted to strap a couple of 140mm on the ends of the heatsinks and remove the OEM GPU fans but I dont have enough space there.
Inquisitor59 m ago

Hmm, could I use this to cool the GPU? is there a more ghetto mount then …Hmm, could I use this to cool the GPU? is there a more ghetto mount then those Karken mounts? I've got a 1060 but dual fans are little loud (1800-2000rpm) when on load. All other fans in the system are 120/140mm around 1000..I was tempted to strap a couple of 140mm on the ends of the heatsinks and remove the OEM GPU fans but I dont have enough space there.



Not too sure man, you would need something to cool the VRMs aswell as the gpu die unless you can fashion a plate to cool all at the same time with this cooling block.
Where do I connect to tap?
Not AM4 compatible without bracket
Just gone with liquid cooling. Wish I waited for this. Best move I've made, wish I did sooner.
bruce_leehvh2 h, 1 m ago

Not AM4 compatible without bracket


Anyone know if you can request a free bracket from Cooler Master?
spurs1429th Aug

Anyone know if you can request a free bracket from Cooler Master?


I don't think so unless it's under warranty.
Pay a bit extra and go for the NZXT kraken top performing water cooling. and has RGB to die for.
They are good but if you have the room in the case go for the two fan options.
microbar7 h, 58 m ago

Pay a bit extra and go for the NZXT kraken top performing water cooling. …Pay a bit extra and go for the NZXT kraken top performing water cooling. and has RGB to die for.


Didn't nzxt go out of business?
bruce_leehvh13 h, 53 m ago

Not AM4 compatible without bracket


It's compatible out the box
coolermaster.com/amd…en/

Actualy maybe not; customer support on CCL says "Hi there, this is not out of the box compatible with the AM4 socket, this requires a AM4 upgrade kit"


weird
Edited by: "davidrennie7" 10th Aug
Inquisitor17 h, 15 m ago

Hmm, could I use this to cool the GPU? is there a more ghetto mount then …Hmm, could I use this to cool the GPU? is there a more ghetto mount then those Karken mounts? I've got a 1060 but dual fans are little loud (1800-2000rpm) when on load. All other fans in the system are 120/140mm around 1000..I was tempted to strap a couple of 140mm on the ends of the heatsinks and remove the OEM GPU fans but I dont have enough space there.



No, you would need a cooling plate design that also covers the memory chips. This is a cpu cooler designed only to sit on the cpu not surrounding memory chips, if those dont get cooled your gpu will die.

Might be possible to jerry rig something but it would be better just to look for a deticated liquid cooling design for a 1060.
johnsquire3343 h, 42 m ago

Didn't nzxt go out of business?


Don't know why you think that. NZXT is very much in business.
I got the the 240 liquidlite version of this. Not the best cooler runs nearly 10 degrees hotter than the antec kular 920 which it replaced. This was a 120 twin fan cooler and about 8 years old. Just thought it would pack in anytime soon so went for a cheap alternative. I now get random cpu thermal throttle spikes when I first switch pc on so could be something to do with the pump not working from the off. I put the 10 degrees difference down to a slow pump as in theory the rad being twice the size should keep it at least as cool. Iv got 4 fans 2 push and 2 pull at that
Just wondering if you can use it as a stand-alone super cool fan?
Inquisitor9th Aug

Hmm, could I use this to cool the GPU? is there a more ghetto mount then …Hmm, could I use this to cool the GPU? is there a more ghetto mount then those Karken mounts? I've got a 1060 but dual fans are little loud (1800-2000rpm) when on load. All other fans in the system are 120/140mm around 1000..I was tempted to strap a couple of 140mm on the ends of the heatsinks and remove the OEM GPU fans but I dont have enough space there.



The NZXT G12 mount really is your best bet for cooling a GPU with a bog standard AIO. They’re not that expensive and the compatible with most AIOs that use the Asetek pump.
Fissshie7 h, 17 m ago

Don't know why you think that. NZXT is very much in business.


My mistake, I was thinking of NCIX.
johnsquire33419 m ago

My mistake, I was thinking of NCIX.


Ah no worries bro. Fair enough have a good day dude
The blue led would look good
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