Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R RGB Liquid CPU Cooler

MX74290 MasterLiquid ML360R RGB Liquid CPU Cooler
MX74290 MasterLiquid ML360R RGB Liquid CPU Cooler MX74290 MasterLiquid ML360R RGB Liquid CPU Cooler MX74290 MasterLiquid ML360R RGB Liquid CPU Cooler MX74290 MasterLiquid ML360R RGB Liquid CPU Cooler

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Average Rating: 2.2 / 5 With 6 Customer Reviews

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Sunday, April 05, 2020
By: Joel
From: Calgary

Intolerable Fan Noise

Strengths:

Good Cooling Capacity

Weaknesses:

Fan bearings are awful

Additional Comments:

The first three fans that came with it all shook and ran at about a 50db volume (ie about the same as medium traffic, whisper quiet is what you'd expect from a radiator). The replacement fans they sent were quieter but still shook so hard the blades were banging on the housing, making screeching noises. The second set of replacements seemed okay, but are now starting to show the same problems with banging on the housing. As helpful as their customer support is in trying to solve the problems, their only option is to keep sending shoddy products.
Sunday, March 22, 2020
By: k
From: BURNABY

suck

Strengths:

non

Weaknesses:

the sound of the RGB fan is really loud. it did not cool 9900ks well

Additional Comments:

not recommend
Saturday, January 04, 2020
By: Ban
From: Calgary

Great cooler

Strengths:

Looks great and it can be connected only using the motherboard argb connector

Weaknesses:

Comes with a lot of cables and is not easy to setup if your mobo does not support rgb direcrly

Additional Comments:

Cools my 3900x without any problems. Upgraded from an NH-D15 and temps went down about 10° C.
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
By: Adrian
From: Brandon

And now it has leaked...both hoses at the radiator.

Weaknesses:

Looks like the HEAT SHRINK is not enough to keep a seal. I give up. I'm pulling out my custom loop equipment.

Additional Comments:

Don't buy this. In my opinion... it's junk.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
By: Adrian
From: Brandon

Sorry I took so long.

Strengths:

Cooling is...okay.

Weaknesses:

Cooler Master should put in the manual if you angle the hoses upwards gurgling almost completely disappears. Not how I prefer the hoses to be positioned for aesthetics but most definitely functional. Cooler is actually quite full despite my previous claim. Also, the pump NEEDS to run at around 1800rpm. On my Asus board it needs to be brought down to around 80% of full speed.

Additional Comments:

Doing the two things mentioned above makes the cooler usable and cooling capacity is fine. Not sure why cooler master allows the pump to run at a speed that is what I would call inadvisable.
Sunday, December 09, 2018
By: Adrian
From: Brandon

I thought water cooling was supposed to be quiet?

Strengths:

Temps on 9700k are just above ambient room temp at idle. All cores loaded synthetic testing max 62C.

Weaknesses:

They didn't fill this cooler up with enough liquid. I can hear liquid noise coming from the radiator. It's like constant running water. Ran a custom loop for quite some time and the only time my loop ever made this much noise was while filling the system. Noise is above fan noise with system set on normal.

Additional Comments:

Might have to call cooler master and see what they'll do. Average water cooling temps. Below average for the water noise.
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