CoolerMaster MasterLiquid Pro 280 AIO Review
Published: 19th April 2017 | Source: CoolerMaster | Price: 99.95 |
Packaging and Contents
The Pro 280 comes in the now familiar CoolerMaster Black White and Blue packaging.
As would be expected, there are graphics of the contents, and multi language details with regards to key features
Inside, the Pro 280 is cocooned in cardboard, with it all being put together by a sadistic origami master. Still, at least it's all held safe and secure, even if it is a sod to work out how to get it out without destroying the packaging.
Inside you get everything you need to fit it to a whole host of Intel and AMD CPUs. That is, with the exception or Ryzen. The Pro 280 will fit Ryzen, but requires a bracket. This can be had for free from CoolerMaster, but you will require proof of purchase of both the cooler and the Ryzen, and we suspect will set you back a few quid for shipping.