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Cooler Master Introduces Addressable RGB AIO CPU Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
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If you are among those who want your computer to shine in your colors, Cooler Master has announced its first AIO liquid CPU coolers with addressable RGB lights. With addressable RGB LEDs it is possible to control the lights from the software for Asus, MSI, and ASRock motherboards, or with the MasterPlus+ software coming from Cooler Master in the future.

The two new coolers are the Master Liquid ML120R RGB and ML240R RGB, with the ML120R featuring a 120 mm radiator while the ML240R has a 240 mm radiator for improved cooling. The new pump design has 12 addressable RGB LEDs on the block and each fan has eight. Each LED can be controlled individually through the motherboard or Cooler Master software, and they are able to produce 16.7 million colors as well.

Besides the addressable RGB LEDs, these coolers also feature a dual chamber pump design, that keeps the incoming and outgoing coolant separate for more efficient cooling and the radiators are low resistance, for easy air flow. While the ML120R is only large enough for one 120 mm fan on a side, it actually comes with two fans for a push-pull configuration. The FEP tubing is sleeved for improved durability.

Both coolers are on available today with the ML120R RGB priced at $99.99 and the ML240R RGB costing $119.99. The MasterPlus+ software from Cooler Master for managing the RGB is in beta testing currently, but should be available in May. Until then, users can use the provided RGB controller.

Source: Press Release




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