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Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 120 All-in-one CPU Liquid Cooler $31 + Free Shipping @ Amazon

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Amazon has the Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 120 All-in-one CPU Liquid Cooler for $31 and free shipping.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1

Decent price on an entry level 120mm AIO water cooler with AMD Ryzen compatability.

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It's nice that there is no rebate to deal with but I bought the 240mm version last week from Amazon for $39.99 - $10 MIR = $29.99
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It's nice that there is no rebate to deal with but I bought the 240mm version last week from Amazon for $39.99 - $10 MIR = $29.99
I wonder which one is better?
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For those who are putting this into an existing machine, remember you have to take the motherboard apart to install the mounting plates from the back.
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I wonder which one is better?
The 240mm has double the surface area, so it certainly has more cooling capacity but at the cost of space. Many smaller (and older) cases cannot accommodate a 240mm AIO radiator. Also, some setups simply do not need anything larger than a 120mm. Such setups might include CPU's at stock speeds or mild overclocks. In those instances, the temperature difference would be negligible. 120mm AIO coolers typically cool about the same as mid-grade/mainstream tower coolers but are often quieter. In smaller cases, where heat can be an issue, they can be used to push CPU heat directly out of the case.
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For those who are putting this into an existing machine, remember you have to take the motherboard apart to install the mounting plates from the back.
Not really. I just put it in AM4 motherboard. No backplate was needed. I wonder if you actually bought this?
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Not really. I just put it in AM4 motherboard. No backplate was needed. I wonder if you actually bought this?
I spent 3 hours 2 weeks ago trying to put this into my Alienware Aurora R7. Just trying to help others. That was for i5-8400.
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For those who are putting this into an existing machine, remember you have to take the motherboard apart to install the mounting plates from the back.
Unless you have a good case where you have a cut out for those screws and plate to be attatched

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One thing people need to understand, when you speak to or get a reply from someone Alienware.... they have read THOUSANDS of forums.

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I spent 3 hours 2 weeks ago trying to put this into my Alienware Aurora R7. Just trying to help others. That was for i5-8400.
Bummer- I just bought a pair of those ASETEK Alienware coolers of eBay for $25 each. The hose's on this thing were too rigid and the RAD was too big to fit in my Matx case..
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Anyone wants a h2o cooler and doesn't TRY this, is a foooooooooooo
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Would this beat out a Hyper 212+?
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Would this beat out a Hyper 212+?
The short answer is it should. But there are many variables that go into cooling a computer. In my situation, my Ryzen 1600X @ 4.0Ghz is sitting at 68 degrees Celsius with this water cooler after two hours of Prime95. I have it mounted in the front of a Corsair Carbide Series 270R, pulling air in and pushing it through the radiator.

Previous to installing this I was using a Cryorig H7 and temps would hit 84 degrees running Prime95 in the same system. It was 79-80 degrees with two fans in push/pull. The Cryorig H7 outperforms the Hyper 212 EVO which is an updated version of the 212+.

Just keep in mind that most peoples' results will differ depending on many things. For example, my H7 is capable of Prime95 temps under 80 if I crank my case fans up to 100% but that is too loud for my liking. I personally test for stability using "real world" settings. The results above are with case fans at 75% max using custom settings in the bios.
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The short answer is it should. But there are many variables that go into cooling a computer. In my situation, my Ryzen 1600X @ 4.0Ghz is sitting at 68 degrees Celsius with this water cooler after two hours of Prime95. I have it mounted in the front of a Corsair Carbide Series 270R, pulling air in and pushing it through the radiator.

Previous to installing this I was using a Cryorig H7 and temps would hit 84 degrees running Prime95 in the same system. It was 79-80 degrees with two fans in push/pull. The Cryorig H7 outperforms the Hyper 212 EVO which is an updated version of the 212+.

Just keep in mind that most peoples' results will differ depending on many things. For example, my H7 is capable of Prime95 temps under 80 if I crank my case fans up to 100% but that is too loud for my liking. I personally test for stability using "real world" settings. The results above are with case fans at 75% max using custom settings in the bios.
my temps using Lite 240 cooler.
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It's now after a $10 mail in rebate
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my temps using Lite 240 cooler.
Nice custom loop. Did you change the radiator barb fittings or were the ones pictured there when the hoses were removed? If so, can they be removed and replaced with something else?
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