Wednesday, June 19th 2019

Cooler Master Introduces New ML240P Mirage Pro-Series Liquid Cooler

Cooler Master, a global leader in PC component manufacturing, today, announced the launch of the new MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage all-in-one (AIO) liquid CPU cooler. As part of Cooler Master's Pro line of components, the ML240P Mirage elevates the user experience in both thermal performance and spectacular RGB lighting.

Designed and manufactured by Cooler Master's skilled in-house team, the ML240P Mirage uncovers what's inside. Featuring a transparent pump cover, this uniquely designed AIO provides users with a clear view of the operating impeller; coupled with eight addressable RGB (ARGB) LEDs around the internal rim of the pump, users of the ML240P Mirage will be delighted with a hypnotizing light show. All LEDs on the ML240P Mirage can be controlled via Cooler Master's Lighting Control software, now including the new Mirage mode designed specifically for this AIO.
Designed, exclusively, for the MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage are two 120mm fans with interconnected fan blades Cooler Master's new square frame. By adding an outer-ring, connecting each blade, Cooler Master has reduced fan distortion, noise, and further enhanced cooling performance of the ML240P Mirage. Each of the included fans come equipped with eight ARGB LED lights.

Cooler Master has included both Intel and AMD brackets with the ML240M Mirage for out of the box compatibility with the latest generations of CPUs. In addition, a TR-4 bracket has also been included in the accessories bag to eliminate the need of a separate purchase.

Also included with the ML240P Mirage is a wired ARGB controller that enables new lighting modes and ease of lighting control. In addition to compatible with Cooler Master's lighting control software, The ML240P Mirage is also compatible with most major RGB motherboard manufacturers such as, ASUS, MSI and ASRock, and their included software.

The ML240P Mirage has a MSRP of : €149.99 in the EU. For more information, visit the product page.
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2 Comments on Cooler Master Introduces New ML240P Mirage Pro-Series Liquid Cooler

What kind of an update isthis ! Because the ratio of the inlet and outlet size of the rotor fluid (choked mill). The liquid descends on the skis of the upper stem, it regulates the irregularities. Thus, the system is very inefficient, and the fluid under the rotor cools the motors and this is necessary because of a poor ratio. A lot of energy is discarded, and even with high speeds, the pressure will not be good. It's horrible how a pump is made. let it learned how to behave the liquid and not just the eletric !
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Is it really that safe to have powerful electro-magnets sat right on top of your CPU pulsing away like that?
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