Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML120L RGB CPU Cooler

MX69787 MasterLiquid ML120L RGB CPU Cooler
MX69787 MasterLiquid ML120L RGB CPU Cooler MX69787 MasterLiquid ML120L RGB CPU Cooler MX69787 MasterLiquid ML120L RGB CPU Cooler MX69787 MasterLiquid ML120L RGB CPU Cooler

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Average Rating: 2.8 / 5 With 4 Customer Reviews

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Friday, December 27, 2019
By: Raveen
From: Edmonton

It had a leak 6 hours after buying it

Strengths:

Not sure

Weaknesses:

A green liquid came out of the end of my tube. It could of damaged my pc but luckily i turned it of in time.

Additional Comments:

Stay away from this product its not worth damaging your build.
Thursday, December 26, 2019
By: Chance
From: Edmonton

Good Cooler, Loud Fan and outdated connections

Strengths:

Keeps my Ryzen 3400G cool.

Weaknesses:

Outdated Molex Connector, Loud Fan. Flimsy mounting bracket.

Additional Comments:

Used in a small simple Comp used for steaming and media consumption. Overall this is a solid cooler, the pump itself is quiet however the fan was so loud and made a weird humming noise especially when loading stuff up it would often drown out the media, especially at late night when you turn down the TV as to not disturb others which defeated the purpose of the purchase in the first place (to lower the sound compared to the stock amd cooler). I replaced the fan with a Fractal Design Fan from my case and have been happy since. The RGB controller also uses a oldschool 4pin power connector and really in today's era should use a newer Sata connector Most people buying a 120mm kit are usually doing so for smaller form builds so why make them hook up an additional power cable in their modular PSU? Furthermore the bracket system could also use more fore-thought besides having the user put a screw through some rubberized plastic into a very thin single thread flimsy piece of metal. I almost stripped mine. So The TLDR is it's not bad if you get it on sale but it could be better.
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
By: Carmel
From: BC

Awesome AIO.

Strengths:

- Keeps my CPU (Ryzen 3 2200G overclocked to 3.9GHz) at 24 ~ 27° C or room temp under/average load, and playing games on max like FFXIV between 35 ~ 40° C. Never hit above 45° C. - RGB colors are bright - Easy to install when you read the manual. Pro-tip: The small male and female connectors have arrows. Line them up. It's easy to get the wires crossed and end up with no RGB color, but it's a matter of just tracing the wires. At one point when I was upgrading my PSU, I messed up the y-cable and it ended up just closing the connection. lol

Weaknesses:

None, works as intended and far exceeded my expectation for AIO.

Additional Comments:

Buy it. Doesn't break the budget and keeps my PC nice and cool. Read the manual carefully. Also not sure how the previous reviewer did not have the PSU connector that all PSU have... must be super old PSU, but you shouldn't have any issues connecting. All PSU's come with like 4-5 of them, and it's a typical PSU.
Saturday, April 20, 2019
By: Neil
From: BC

Great, but...

Strengths:

Good quality, easy install, seems to cool well. Included paste and small controller and extra screws.

Weaknesses:

RGB controller comes with an old style 4 pin power connection. My PSU doesn't even have this type of power cable so until I find a converter, no RGB.

Additional Comments:

Buy RGB coolers specific to your case if your case has an RGB controller. Lesson learned.
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