Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 240 Price List February, 2020 & Specs in Philippines

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Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 240 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelMasterLiquid Pro 240
DateApr 2016
Built-in fanYes
Noise level6 dB
Pump noise level12 dB
Fan connector4-pin
Pump motor speed (min)1100 RPM
Pump motor speed (max)3300 RPM
Number of fans2 fan(s)
Fan speed (min)650 RPM
Fan speed (max)2000 RPM
Maximum airflow66.7 cfm
Supported processor socketsSocket AM2+,Socket AM3,Socket AM3+,Socket FM1,Socket FM2,Socket FM2+,LGA 1151 (Socket H4),LGA 2011-v3 (Socket R)
Mean time between failures (MTBF)490000 h

Reviews of Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 240
Reviewed on 2016-11-15
Cooler Master's Nepton 240M closed-loop liquid cooler was a staple of our System Guides until it fell victim to a patent lawsuit a little over a year ago. The company didn't let that setback end its quest to keep CPUs chilly, though. Its revised MasterLiq...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-20
Able to keep overclocked CPUs cool without breaking a sweat, Partially toolless installation, Included Ycable to reduce the number of fan headers required, LED illumination makes for some extra eye candy
Price premium may push some prospective buyers away
From low profile air coolers, to monster 420mm custom setups, we're now ready to push them as hard as possible so that you know exactly what to expect before spending your money. We'll also be rebuilding our performance database to see how they stack up t...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-12
“Based on our expertise in thermal technology, we reengineered how liquid absorbs and expels heat throughout the all-in-one (AIO) closed loop of the cooler. Our holistic approach to the flow puts in your hands a comprehensive cooling machine that lasts lo...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-09
Best cooling performance of the bunch!, Practically silent electric pump and cooling fans, Waterblock densely packed with microfine plates, Simple toolless mounting system for most all CPU sockets, Includes two MasterFanPro Air Balance 120mm fans, Streaml...
120x240mm Radiator may not fit SFF enclosures
To use Cooler Master's new MasterLiquid series of CPU coolers, you'll need a computer case with either a 120mm (for Pro 120 – $99 ) or 240mm (for Pro 240 – $119 ) fan opening to mount the radiator. Cooler Master includes a myriad of brackets for mounting...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-22
Great Fit and Finish, Aesthetics, Very Quiet Operation, Performance
Needs a Retention Mechanism for Backplate, No software, Not RGB
Cooler Master is a brand reinvented. For a long time they were one of the top dogs with some of the most popular cases and CPU coolers on the market but at some point sort of lost that luxurious position. Their reimagining focused mostly around being a co...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-18
Everyone and their mom has at least one all in one water cooling kit in their product lineup these days. But Cooler Master was in it long before that. They have been selling AIO kits from nearly the beginning and while everyone basically repackages the sa...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-16
Quiet, Good cooling performance, High MTTF rating for the fans and pump, View window for coolant inspection
Twoyear warranty (some competitors provide three), Pricing disadvantage following recent cuts by competitors
Cooler Master believes its MasterLiquid Pro 240 can overcome competitors in the 2x 120mm closed-loop cooler space with better performance for the money. Are they right? Cooler Master has been in the PC component business for as long as many builders have...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-15
The MasterLiquid Pro 240With the enthusiast community growing more and more, it seems that everyone wants to squeeze a little more performance out of their PC these days. This is one of the many reasons that water cooling is becoming so popular. That bein...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-12
Quiet Operation, Unique Pumpblock Design, Quick Installation, Status Light, Great Overclocking Performance, Speed Adjustable PWM Fans
Ribbed hoses, Needs more powerful fans
There are many ways to increase the performance of your PC. Most enthusiasts will immediately gravitate to overclocking as an obvious performance boost but what about thermal performance? Thermals play a huge role in how your system performs and when they...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-11
Like a patient's lineup at therapist's office the main principle behind Cooler Master's latest MasterLiquid dual-chamber pump block design works by having effective partitioning of treated subjects and keeping the flow going rather than having everyone mi...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-07
Easy Installation, Quite Fans, Price, Silent operating Pump, Pump MTTF ratings
Occasionally hear a whoosh of liquid in radiator, Cant change the LED color or shut it off, Final Thoughts, The MasterLiquid Pro 240 is a prime example of how Cooler Master is always evolving and inventing new way to make our computers life span last a l...
Greeting All! Today we will be covering the newly released MasterLiquid Pro 240 by Cooler Master. Ahhhhh, the joys of an AIO liquid coolers. The AIO is simply put, the lazy mans cooling solution. So far the AIO application has made the life of every DIY e...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-19
To use the new MasterLiquid series of CPU coolers, you'll need a computer case with either a 120mm (for Pro 120 – $99 ) or 240mm (for Pro 240) fan opening to mount the radiator. Cooler Master includes a myriad of brackets for mounting the waterblock to an...
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