Thursday, February 23rd 2017

Cooler Master Intros MasterLiquid 120 and 240 CPU Coolers with Low-profile Pumps

Cooler Master, a leader in computer components and peripherals, announces the MasterLiquid 120 and 240. The MasterLiquid 120 and 240 are designed with next-gen low-profile Dual Chamber pump that separates incoming and outgoing coolant to strike the perfect balance of performance and noise-level. Both models are fully compatible with the latest platforms such as AM4 socket and Kaby Lake for added piece of mind for future upgrades.

Both models feature Dual Layer Tubing with inner FEP tubing and outer sleeve tubing, more durability and they are aesthetically pleasing for anyone looking to perfect their build. MasterFan Air Balance is also included to complement the lower noise-level design. Just like all our All-in-One liquid coolers, the MasterLiquid 120 and 240 require no further maintenance once installed.
Cooler Master MasterLiquid 120
  • New Low-Profile Dual Chamber Pump
  • Dual Layer Tubing - Inner FEP Tubing, Outer Sleeve Tubing
  • Dual Push-Pull with 2 x MasterFan Air Balance
  • AM4 and Kaby Lake ready
  • 120mm Radiator
  • Maintenance-free closed loop design
  • White LED
Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240
  • New Low-Profile Dual Chamber Pump
  • Dual Layer Tubing - Inner FEP Tubing, Outer Sleeve Tubing
  • MasterFan Air Balance x 2
  • AM4 and Kaby Lake ready
  • 240mm Radiator
  • Maintenance-free closed loop design
  • White LED
Availability
  • Cooler Master MasterLiquid series will be available to purchase at the end of February.
  • Expected M.S.R.P MasterLiquid 120 69.90€, MasterLiquid 240 79.90€
For more information, visit the product pages of the MasterLiquid 120 and MasterLiquid 240.
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6 Comments on Cooler Master Intros MasterLiquid 120 and 240 CPU Coolers with Low-profile Pumps

#1
pat-roner
If the pump is silent enough, this might make its way into my ncase.
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#2
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Great tubing, cuz older CM water coolers had horrible tubing... i like the letter on rad side and waterblock scheme seems nice and plain, Thanks God, no RGB craps !
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#3
onlythecoxon
Still no RGB on the pump? why only NZXT able to make that kind of stuff
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bonehead123
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