PC Peripherals MASTERLIQUID MAKER 240


rakesh_sharma23

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Cooler Master MASTERLIQUID MAKER 240

Unboxing of Cooler Master MASTERLIQUID MAKER 240.
Pictures just don’t justify the build quality. This product is a goodness of precise engineering. Can’t wait to install this in my test rig.





















































































Will update more with final build.

Thanks.
 

rakesh_sharma23

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Looks real good! Is this EK OEM? The parts look similar to EK.
NO Cooler Master inhouse build.


Few final build picture with Cooler Master MASTERLIQUID MAKER 240.

System configuration :

Intel i7-7820X
ASUS WS X299 SAGE
4 x 4 Corsair Dominator DDR4 3000
AMD RX Vega 56
Corsair FORCE-GT 240 SSD
Seagate Firecuda 2TB SSHD

Will be sharing thermal performance figures soon.




























Thanks.
 

Chaos

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Aesthetically very pleasing! However won't that cook your x299 vrms? There is zero airflow near the vrms which run real hot on x299 boards when overclocking.
 

rakesh_sharma23

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Aesthetically very pleasing! However won't that cook your x299 vrms? There is zero airflow near the vrms which run real hot on x299 boards when overclocking.
This board have very good copper heat-tubes and copper fins heatsinks, more surface area for heat exchange than other X299 motherboards. And front fans are blowing good air over them.
 

Chaos

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This board have very good copper heat-tubes and copper fins heatsinks, more surface area for heat exchange than other X299 motherboards. And front fans are blowing good air over them.
That doesn't make much sense - why are you blowing the hot air from the radiator back into the case? You should throw it out. Also with the restriction from the rad, very little air will come inside.
 

goDofWar_skr

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That doesn't make much sense - why are you blowing the hot air from the radiator back into the case? You should throw it out. Also with the restriction from the rad, very little air will come inside.

I dont think he can do anything about it as if you notice the case design is like that only. The MOBO I/O ports are towards the top of the case, so you can't put the radiator there and hence the only place it can go is at the front.
But yes, the intake air will be hot and inside cabinet temps will be towards the higher side only with the way it is right now..
 

Chaos

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I dont think he can do anything about it as if you notice the case design is like that only. The MOBO I/O ports are towards the top of the case, so you can't put the radiator there and hence the only place it can go is at the front.
But yes, the intake air will be hot and inside cabinet temps will be towards the higher side only with the way it is right now..

You can rotate the motherboard tray to face the normal orientation obviously. No case would be made to only have vertical orientation of that sort or else its a collosal design failure.

Even in the current orientation, he can always put the fans inside on the radiator to push the air out instead of putting the fans outside and pushing hot air in.

This unfortunately creates a negative pressure airflow environment but even that is better than feeding the hot cpu air back inside.
 

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