Cooler Master gets icy with MasterLiquid L Core Series AIO

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Cooler Master is no stranger to good quality cooling systems, and this time the all-new MasterLiquid L Core Series promises to keep CPU system temps at bay thanks to an innovative dual-chamber design that improves flow pressure and a redesigned copper base that, the company says, effectively targets those troubling hotspots.

Adding to improved thermal capabilities, Cooler Master says it has enlarged the radiator surface area by increasing radiator fin size, which should provide excellent heat dissipation and effective cooling even for the toughest opponents. Looking at you, Ryzen 9 7950X.

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Aesthetically, besides the ‘love it or hate it’ presence of RGB, it’s quite the minimalist design. The circular pump cover features the signature Cooler Master logo embedded dead centre, with stealthy matching graphics and ‘blink and you’ll miss it’ MasterLiquid text to the left of the logo. Available in both black or white, it looks quite impressive, if you ask me.

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Moving swiftly on, Cooler Master includes a tube of the company’s new CryoFuze thermal paste, ensuring you’re ready to go straight out the box, and depending on whether you opt for the 240mm or 360mm variants, comes preinstalled with two or three 120 ARGB Halo series fans. A nice touch.

Finally onto pricing, available in black and white, the Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240L Core ARGB will launch at £89.99 and the larger 360mm variant priced at £20 higher for £109.99. The choice is yours.