Cooler Master’s new MasterLiquid Pro liquid-cooling all in one kits come in four sizes, with 120 and 240 kits already accessible and 140 and 280 kits available after this month (see our complete hands on review of the 240 kit in the Heavy Equipment section in this problem). The kits comprise a fresh electricity-pump layout. Cooler Master says it place another chamber near the top of the pump that remains cooler because it’s engineered to prevent heat from flowing back up the chamber. This cool chamber holds crucial parts of the pump, which the company says ensures it is going to have longer life span. The radiator has square fins that Cooler Master says create more surface area to absorb heat as well as provide more space for airflow from the two MasterFan Pro Air Balance fans.
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