Cooler Master Masterliquid ML360 RGB TR4 Edition Liquid CPU Cooler

MX74650 Masterliquid ML360 RGB TR4 Edition Liquid CPU Cooler
MX74650 Masterliquid ML360 RGB TR4 Edition Liquid CPU Cooler MX74650 Masterliquid ML360 RGB TR4 Edition Liquid CPU Cooler MX74650 Masterliquid ML360 RGB TR4 Edition Liquid CPU Cooler MX74650 Masterliquid ML360 RGB TR4 Edition Liquid CPU Cooler

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Update, to the above review...

Submitted on Sunday, October 13, 2019
By Larry Stevens
From Edmonton

Strengths of the product

Swapped my 1900X which was running at aprox. 44 C (all cores maxed out) with a 2920X which is running approx. 49 C with this cooler all cores maxed out over an extended period of time.

Weaknesses of the product

No weaknesses yet...

Additional Comments

Seems to be cooling nicely, so far. Never made it up to the 50 C mark....

Works for me...

Submitted on Tuesday, October 08, 2019
By Larry Stevens
From Edmonton

Strengths of the product

Running at about 43° C. The CPU Max temps are rated at 68c and will throttle at 85° C (for reference) and well below these temps. I was worried about the retention clip but it's not an add on clip and firmly placed. I see nothing to stress the retention clip to break it as it's inset into the pump housing. RGB works perfectly and in sync using motherboard RGB software (Mystic Light 3, in my case). I bought this to free up all my ram slots as my air cooler blocked two of them.

Weaknesses of the product

None yet.

Additional Comments

My previous cooler master 240 water cooler worked fine forever. My EVGA 280 water cooler died within months. So, I went with the cooler master one this time.
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