Cooler Master unveils the MasterLiquid Pro 120 and 240 coolers

Cooler Master unveils the MasterLiquid Pro 120 and 240 coolers

Cooler Master has released new liquid CPU coolers, which are aimed at gamers and hardware enthusiasts, who want better CPU cooling. The coolers are called MasterLiquid Pro 120 and MasterLiquid Pro 240 and feature a new cooling technology called FlowOp.

It is unclear what FlowOp does as a technology but it seems that Cooler Master has re-engineered the way the liquid absorbs and then dissipates heat. In addition to this the MasterLiquid Pro 120 and MasterLiquid Pro 240 coolers are equipped with the exclusive Dual Chamber Design, which provides better cooling performance than previous products. The built-in optimized micro channels create the best water flow and draw the maximum amount of heat away from the cold plate before transferring it to the enhanced radiator. In addition MasterLiquid Pro comes with a new and unique radiator that features a square fin design, which creates greater surface area for absorption of heat and allows enough space for air to flow through. Furthermore each MasterLiquid Pro model comes with two or three different fans depending on users’ needs – so there is a total of five models altogether – there isn’t a 140 mm Air Balance fan. The fans are called Air Flow, Air Balance and Air Pressure and are available in two sizes – 120 mm and 140 mm. Air Balance fans are ideal for blowing air through denser areas of the case. Air Flow fans are ideal for exhausting large volumes of air quickly out of the case. Air Pressure fans are ideal for funneling concentrated air short distances at hot components or tight spaces. In addition each MasterLiquid Pro model comes with two types of special thermal gel that features improved performance than most other thermal grease brands on the market right now. The gel versions are called MasterGel Pro and MasterGel with the former being better.

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The MasterLiquid Pro 120 and 240 models will be available in mid-July. Here are the prices – the MasterLiquid Pro 120 will sell for EUR 109.90, while MasterLiquid Pro 240 will sell for EUR 119.90. Each cooling fan will retail for EUR 17.90, while the MasterGel and MasterGel Pro will cost EUR 4.90 and EUR 6.90, respectively.

Source: Cooler Master

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