Wednesday, November 29th 2017

Cooler Master Announces MasterLiquid ML120L and ML240L RGB with Splitters

Cooler Master, a leader in PC components and peripherals, introduces RGB enabled all-in-one liquid cooling: MasterLiquid ML240L RGB and MasterLiquid ML120L RGB. Both models have full RGB effects on both the fan and pump, which comes with a controller and RGB splitter cable for quick setup or alternatively sync seamlessly with ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte and ASRock motherboards.

The ML240L RGB and ML120L RGB comes with the dual chamber RGB pump for increased reliability and provide a perfect balance of low noise levels at optimal performance. The aesthetic design of the low resistance radiator shows premium build and attached is the MasterFan MF120R RGB (2 included for the M240L RGB). The double layer tubing with sleeved on the outside and FEP on the inside for robust usage.
Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB
  • Low-Profile Dual Chamber RGB Pump
  • 2 x MasterFan MF120R RGB Fans
  • Double Layer Tubing - Inner FEP Tubing, Outer Sleeve Tubing
  • Low Resistance 240mm Radiator
  • Socket AM4 and LGA2066 Ready
  • Wired RGB Controller and RGB Splitter
Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML120L RGB
  • Low-Profile Dual Chamber RGB Pump
  • 1 x MasterFan MF120R RGB Fan
  • Double Layer Tubing - Inner FEP Tubing, Outer Sleeve Tubing
  • Low Resistance 120mm Radiator
  • Socket AM4 and LGA2066 Ready
  • Wired RGB Controller and RGB Splitter
Pricing & Availability
Products will be will be available in Europe from November 29, 2017 for a suggested retail price of:
  • MasterLiquid ML120L RGB MSRP 59.99 EUR
  • MasterLiquid ML240L RGB MSRP 69.99 EUR
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5 Comments on Cooler Master Announces MasterLiquid ML120L and ML240L RGB with Splitters

#1
Hood
With these prices, CM must be trying to take over the AIO market. Cheaper than some air coolers.
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#2
Casecutter
Amazon $50 -AR$10 pulled the trigger last night. Not into all that LED Bling for what's a home use build, plan to clip the fan lighting and have the CoolerMaster on the pump being the only glow in CM Silencio 352S Case. Back early 1990's... I would've been all into all that but time has mellowed... But I'm getting to live through the machine my 20 year old son's putting together.
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#3
skates
Those fans actually have good specs.
Airflow (CFM) 59
Air Pressure (mmH2O) 2.1
Fan Speed (RPM) 650 ~ 2,000 ± 10%

They are 6db louder than the EK Vadar F3-120, which tops out at 1850 rpm

So, these fans take +150RPM over the Vadar to get around the same cooling and static pressure which isn't bad considering they are compatible with ASUS Aura, ASRock RGB, Gigabyte RGB Fusion and MSI Mystic Light Sync.

In fact, I've never seen a RBG fan compatible with so many motherboard vendor specific RGB options.

Unfortunately, I have not been able to find a place to buy them...
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#4
Hood
They look good on paper, but I'm wary of sleeve bearing fans, they tend to rattle in horizontal orientation (all Corsair water coolers). I assume they're sleeve bearings because on their website no mention is made of any special bearings or materials (and no ad-man would miss the opportunity). They should perform well and last a while, although the noise may be fairly annoying. They do include a specialized driver IC that purportedly reduces fan noise More reviews are needed to figure out where they cut costs to sell these so cheap. Or maybe it's their Asetek patent immunity, and they decided to wage an all-out war against the competition.
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#5
Blueberries
The advantage here is a very affordable low profile cooler with decent fans for form factors with low clearance above the CPU...

There are quieter, more efficient, and longer lasting heatsink options in the same price range or cheaper.
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