CoolerMaster MasterLiquid 240 AIO Review
Published: 14th March 2017 | Source: CoolerMaster | Price: 79.99 |
The radiator has quite nice squared off lines, that counterpoint the cylindrical cold plate and pump assembly. The PET tubing is covered in black braiding and is finished to a very high standard.
Although the radiator has essentially the same dimensions as the Pro model, and has the same 20 FPI statistic, there are only 12 water channels as opposed to the Pro's 16. This will make for a less dense radiator so it will be interesting how it manages when coupled with what these fans.
No sign of grannies ankles here, these terminations look very robust indeed.
The dual layer pump has a blue illuminating Coolermaster logo on it's upper surface, but is otherwise sleek and clean. We think the the wire coming right out of the top is a pretty poor placement for aesthetics, it should have been at the base to make it easier to hide.
The MasterLiquid 240 has a good sized Copper contact plate which is secured in multiple places around its outer edge.
With one side of the radiator left black, the other has a nice simple logo picked out in brilliant white. The fans as you can see are attached via thunb bolts and look very neat.
With everything assembled, it's time to mount the AIO into the case.