CoolerMaster MasterLiquid Pro 280 AIO Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

CoolerMaster MasterLiquid Pro 280 Review

Introduction

It's fair to say that 240mm AIOs as opposed to 280mm AIOs represent the sweet spot in the AIO market.  Why so?  Well the answers simple.  Although the 280s often provide better performance, they won't fit in as many cases as the 240s will, and so, the 240s will most likely always be more popular.  That said, if your case will take a 240mm rad, and as we've we've seen from recent case reviews, a growing number will, then there's a good chance you'll reap the benefits of that larger radiator.  So what do we make of the CoolerMaster MasterLiquid Pro 280 (hereafter known as the Pro 280 for obvious reasons!).  Well for starters it has the same distinctive illuminated dual layer pump housing as the Pro 240, and like the 240, the tubes come off opposite sides of the pump, giving it all a rather unique, if not universally appreciated aesthetic.  For the rest of the detail, best we look at the Technical Specification. 

Technical Specification.

Rad dimensions311x138x27mm 
Material Aluminium
Fans 2x140mm (25mm thick) 
Fan Speed 650-2200RPM 
Air Pressure 3.15mm H2O 
Air Flow 64.21 CFM 
Noise 30dB(A) 

  

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