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Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240 All-In-One CPU Liquid Cooler EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240 All-In-One CPU Liquid Cooler w/ Dual Chamber Pump (MLX-D24M-A20PW-R1) on sale for $64.99 - $16 Rebate = $48.99. Shipping is free. Thanks nutek

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  • CPU Socket: Intel LGA 2011-V3 / 2011 / 1366 / 1151 / 1150 / 1156 / 1155 / 775 socket AMD FM2+ / FM2 / FM1 / AM4 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2+ / AM2 socket
  • Exclusive Tech - Cooler Master controls quality and builds on decades of innovation wit 100% in-house design and manufacturing
  • Dual Dissipation - Our low-profile dual chamber pump bumps up performance and durability over last-gen single chamber pump designs
  • Push-Pull Fans - To avoid dynamic loss, the dual MasterFan setup provides added pressure to push hot air through the radiator
  • Sleeved FEP - Underneath sleek black sleeves, FEP material beats rubber tubing in keeping liquid where it belongs - inside the cooler
  • Twist and Play - Easy installation design. Get a screwdriver and have it running in five minutes
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Now this is an excellent deal :-) Better than Newegg's
I've used cheaper version of this cool a few times and it was really well performing with 7700K (even 120mm version)
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Now i started to buy from eggs cuz i dont pay taxes. when i used to live in california yes i do have to pay taxes. i have 7700k with H7 fan cooler playing PUBG temp went up to 68. i had to locked down my cpu to max only at 4.2ghz instead of turbo 4.5ghz due to the heat. was thinking of getting water cooler but theres pros and con. for $48 is not bad at all for 240.
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Someone get Amazon to Price match this!
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Is this good cooler? Can't search many reviews
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for those of you that wants rgb .... you can add 2 of these rgb rings. works great with my asus aura sync

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I'd like to switch out of my Noctua DH-14 to something less unsightly and less ginormous, but I keep worrying that liquid cooling solutions will probably be noticeably louder.
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I'd like to switch out of my Noctua DH-14 to something less unsightly and less ginormous, but I keep worrying that liquid cooling solutions will probably be noticeably louder.
Typically that's not the case in reality. Sure, the pump does make noise, but it's less than the amount by the fans of any decent air or liquid cooling solution. In anything other than an open air case, closed loop liquid cooling with reasonably sized rads and good quality fans like Phanteks MPs, EK Vardar EVOs, Nidec Gentle Typhoons, Noctua A14s, NB E-loops, etc. is often quieter than even a NH-D14 or NH-D15 for similar performance due mainly to the ability to slow down the fans. Most testing comparisons done between things like the Corsair H100i and the Noctua NH-D14 or 15 are done in open air test environments with different fans. It's not a valid comparison when deciding between air or liquid. It's only fair at comparing those product packages specifically. In real world tests in closed cases, liquid cooling, even CLCs, end up performing better with overall less system noise when using fans of comparable, if not identical, quality.
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Now i started to buy from eggs cuz i dont pay taxes. when i used to live in california yes i do have to pay taxes. i have 7700k with H7 fan cooler playing PUBG temp went up to 68. i had to locked down my cpu to max only at 4.2ghz instead of turbo 4.5ghz due to the heat. was thinking of getting water cooler but theres pros and con. for $48 is not bad at all for 240.
68 is so cold lol
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68 is so cold lol
68C? Are you sure it was throttled due to the heat of the CPU and not the components around it, like the mosfets? Is it still the case that only single threads can get Intel CPUs to max turbo? At 68c I'd say your CPU isn't overheating.
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Typically that's not the case in reality. Sure, the pump does make noise, but it's less than the amount by the fans of any decent air or liquid cooling solution. In anything other than an open air case, closed loop liquid cooling with reasonably sized rads and good quality fans like Phanteks MPs, EK Vardar EVOs, Nidec Gentle Typhoons, Noctua A14s, NB E-loops, etc. is often quieter than even a NH-D14 or NH-D15 for similar performance due mainly to the ability to slow down the fans. Most testing comparisons done between things like the Corsair H100i and the Noctua NH-D14 or 15 are done in open air test environments with different fans. It's not a valid comparison when deciding between air or liquid. It's only fair at comparing those product packages specifically. In real world tests in closed cases, liquid cooling, even CLCs, end up performing better with overall less system noise when using fans of comparable, if not identical, quality.
Interesting stuff. Would you recommend I jump on this deal and swap in two aftermarket fans right off the bat? I've got a lovely Phanteks Evolv case, and an ASUS STRIX 1070 GTX. They look awesome, but I think swapping out the Noctua would add a lot.
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I already bought the 120 version for my build so I don't need this, but wish I had waited for this one.
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Just a note for everyone, it seems that almost all of the negative reviews on the Amazon listing are for the 120 model. The 240 model has almost entirely 5 star reviews.
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I'd like to switch out of my Noctua DH-14 to something less unsightly and less ginormous, but I keep worrying that liquid cooling solutions will probably be noticeably louder.
Switched from almost silent Thermalright. The bundled fans suck. Super noisy. Replaced both after 5 minutes of tests. So prepare 2x120mm coolers if you want to switch.
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