Cooler Master launch their MasterLiquid 240 and 120 series liquid coolers

Cooler Master launch their MasterLiquid 240 and 120 series liquid coolers

Cooler Master launch their MasterLiquid 240 and 120 series liquid coolers

Cooler Master launch their MasterLiquid 240 and 120 series liquid coolers

 
Cooler Master has launched their MasterLiquid 240 and 120 series liquid coolers, which both come with AM4 support and more affordable prices than their existing MasterLiquid Pro series.  
 
Both of these new coolers will come with UK prices that are £15 cheaper than Cooler Master's existing MasterLiquid Pro series of cooler and feature a new pump design and support for AM4 CPUs and motherboards right out of the box. Both of these coolers are already available for purchase today at some retailers, which is perfect since Pre-orders for AMD's Ryzen CPUs have also gone live.
 
Right now the Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240 is priced at £79.99, while the MasterLiquid 120 is priced at £69.99. Both coolers come with two Cooler Master Air Balance series fans, thermal paste and mounting kits for both AMD and Intel-based systems.  

  

Cooler Master launch their MasterLiquid 240 and 120 series liquid coolers


In this new cooler design, Cooler Master has opted for a more minimalistic aesthetic than their MasterLiquid Pro series, coming with subtle white illumination for the Cooler master Logo on the pump and a basic black-box aesthetic. 

Cooler Master has also opted to use FEB tubing, which is sleeved for additional durability. These two liquid coolers are designed to offer low noise levels,  with Cooler Master stating that their pump will offer maximum noise levels of 15dBA and their fans will offer noise levels of 6-30 dBA. 

  
Cooler Master launch their MasterLiquid 240 and 120 series liquid coolers

 

Both of these coolers are already available to purchase at select retailers, with both coolers coming with a two-year warranty. 

 

You can join the discussion on Cooler Master's MasterLiquid 120 and 240 series liquid coolers on the OC3D Forums

 

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