CoolerMaster MasterLiquid 240 AIO Review
Published: 14th March 2017 | Source: CoolerMaster | Price: 79.99 |
Packaging and Contents
The MasterLiquid 240 comes in the usual CoolerMaster style box, with a nice piccy on the front and plenty of info on the rear.
The Contents nestle in the now pretty much universal egg box card packaging, with each component individually wrapped in plastic bags to prevent dust and abrasion damage.
Along with the AIO assembly you get all the fittings you need for a whole host of Intel and AMD CPUs, along with a syringe of TIM and a fan splitter cable. Coolermaster also include a set of 120mm fans.
The instructions are the usual Banner type we've come to associate with CoolerMaster. Big on images and small on text, they do the job just fine.
The fans that come with the MasterLiquid are more than a few rungs up from the usual OUM units that all to often come bundled with AIOs. These puppies have smoked blades and rubber pads on the cowling contact points to reduce noise and vibration.