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CoolerMaster 240mm MasterLiquid Lite AIO CPU Water Cooler £36.98 at Amazon
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CoolerMaster 240mm MasterLiquid Lite AIO CPU Water Cooler £36.98 at Amazon

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Posted 10th Dec 2019Edited by:"Alex_Cascatau"

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Lowest price ever on Amazon for this AIO. Reviews seem quite good although obviously not the greatest in overall performance at this pricepoint.


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The MasterLiquid Lite 240mm AIO water cooler features the greatest advantage of being silent, as it's optimized for low noise and performance. Cooler Master controls quality and builds on decades on innovation with 100% in-house design and manufacturing. Featuring two 120mm MasterFan Air Balance blades, which propels air further out of your PC keeping it efficiently cool. Along with a low resistance 240mm radiator with a custom design. The kink-resistant tubing and matt-black styling, this original design is attractive to any novice or expert builder looking for an easy setup. Many of Cooler Master's products are known for their easy installation so your build will be stress free.
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Interesting mixed reviews, tempted to purchase one.
RGB Version is also at an all-time low: RGB 240
Probably best for builds with a top mounted PSU...
Can this go on a AMD 2700?
Seems too cheap, i have the corsair verson of this which i like. compair...
IV had this for over a year on an old i5 2500k. It does a job as I needed to replace an antec kuhler 920. this runs about 4-5 degrees hotter for some reason even sticking 4 fans on. Does a job at full load on Intel burn test it gets to about 72 on core temp and my CPU temp in Asus software says 60 degrees. It does a job but as I said an old thicker single rad did a better job but for £36 defo worth it over a heatsink bending your mobo
Edited by: "jamesturner280783" 10th Dec 2019
lol the amount of people calling "Leaked" I think I would avoid a cheap AIO at the risk of damage, Plus its not going to be better than half the air coolers,
rollercoaster6310/12/2019 15:46

Can this go on a AMD 2700?


strange they dont have a list on the site but I am sure it fits AM4..... biggest seller socket of cpu's atm


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(CPU SOCKETLGA2066, LGA2011, LGA2011-v3, LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1150, LGA775, AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, FM2+, FM2, FM1)
Edited by: "PaulsGamingLive" 10th Dec 2019
Had this around three Years, price was about the same from Novatech.
One of the fans became noisy after a Year.

I plan to replace with Artic F12 silent fans.
Edited by: "Gort1951" 10th Dec 2019
PaulsGamingLive10/12/2019 17:05

lol the amount of people calling "Leaked" I think I would avoid a cheap …lol the amount of people calling "Leaked" I think I would avoid a cheap AIO at the risk of damage, Plus its not going to be better than half the air coolers,


Meh...if any major company was selling an AIO that was constantly leaking, they’d surely take it off the market. I don’t believe a lot of those reviews, and even if most are true, they have to be considered anecdotally
AlexJames10210/12/2019 18:42

Meh...if any major company was selling an AIO that was constantly leaking, …Meh...if any major company was selling an AIO that was constantly leaking, they’d surely take it off the market. I don’t believe a lot of those reviews, and even if most are true, they have to be considered anecdotally


IV not had a problem, it works and it's cheap. And now iv found out it's ryzen compatible it'll make my next build a bit cheaper so cheers whoever posted
Just to share my own opinion. I've had two of these over the last couple years and have had no issues. The fans do spin up pretty fast (up to 2000rpm) so I swapped them for some 1000rpm phanteks ones as temps were otherwise good enough. No issues with leaks and usually they contain non-conductive liquid so on the chance of a leak you shouldn't experience much damage to components. That said over the last 9 or so years I've never had an AIO leak myself and I still have a corsair unit from 2011.
Edited by: "3anana" 10th Dec 2019
3anana10/12/2019 19:24

Just to share my own opinion. I've had two of these over the last couple …Just to share my own opinion. I've had two of these over the last couple years and have had no issues. The fans do spin up pretty fast (up to 2000rpm) so I swapped them for some 1000rpm phanteks ones as temps were otherwise good enough. No issues with leaks and usually they contain non-conductive liquid so on the chance of a leak you shouldn't experience much damage to components. That said over the last 9 or so years I've never had an AIO leak myself and I still have a corsair unit from 2011.


There was nothing wrong with my antec khular 920. Great a.i.o but it was getting a bit old so thought I needed a replacement before anything went wrong
3anana10/12/2019 19:24

Just to share my own opinion. I've had two of these over the last couple …Just to share my own opinion. I've had two of these over the last couple years and have had no issues. The fans do spin up pretty fast (up to 2000rpm) so I swapped them for some 1000rpm phanteks ones as temps were otherwise good enough. No issues with leaks and usually they contain non-conductive liquid so on the chance of a leak you shouldn't experience much damage to components. That said over the last 9 or so years I've never had an AIO leak myself and I still have a corsair unit from 2011.


Where they not pwm fans? couldnt you of just set a fan curve?
jamesturner28078310/12/2019 19:30

There was nothing wrong with my antec khular 920. Great a.i.o but it was …There was nothing wrong with my antec khular 920. Great a.i.o but it was getting a bit old so thought I needed a replacement before anything went wrong



Coincidentally I've still got mine. Works great still but retired it to the shelf.

Sawb10/12/2019 19:55

Where they not pwm fans? couldnt you of just set a fan curve?


They were, but they just spun up too fast too often and I couldn't be bothered to set a custom curve. The phanteks ones were quiet enough so I just went with them.
3anana10/12/2019 20:22

Coincidentally I've still got mine. Works great still but retired it to …Coincidentally I've still got mine. Works great still but retired it to the shelf. They were, but they just spun up too fast too often and I couldn't be bothered to set a custom curve. The phanteks ones were quiet enough so I just went with them.


Fair enough, but buying new fans, removing your old ones and fitting the new ones seems more work to me then accessing the bios and spending a minute setting a fan curve
Sawb10/12/2019 20:45

Fair enough, but buying new fans, removing your old ones and fitting the …Fair enough, but buying new fans, removing your old ones and fitting the new ones seems more work to me then accessing the bios and spending a minute setting a fan curve



True, but I had a few of the phanteks fans or I would've done that
I've had the 120mm version for 2 years on an i7 2600k running just the one fan mounted at the front of the case. No leaks and performs well.
It might not out perform a decent air cooler in a standalone test but it'll outperform an air cooler when you have it in a case with a gaming graphics card producing loads of heat. In that scenario it blows the air cooler away as the air cooler is just blowing hot air over itself and struggling to cool the CPU.
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