MSI's latest addition to its CPU cooler portfolio is the MPG Coreliquid K series, featuring Asetek's 7th generation pump design. It will also come with two radiator options – 240mm or 360mm.
Both the MSI MPG Coreliquid K240 and K360 AIO liquid coolers come with Torx Fan 4.0 fans (2x for the K240 and 3x for the K360) to cool the radiator and dissipate heat quickly. The radiator is connected to the pump-block with evaporation proof tubing made from three layers of netted plastic and a reinforced mesh exterior.
The pump-block combo features an additional 60mm fan inside to cool the VRMs heatsink, which could improve CPU stability and overclocking potential. Additionally, the pump-block combo also has a 2.4-inch screen that users can customise to display hardware information such as clock speeds, fan speeds, and GPU usage. Custom images and other widgets are also supported.
Using MSI Centre, users will be able to customise fan speeds, RGB lighting, the cooler's LCD display and other functions. The software also lets users choose different preset modes, one of which is ‘Gaming Intelligence' mode, which adjust fan speeds based on CPU temperature while gaming.
The MSI Coreliquid K series CPU coolers are compatible with Intel LGA 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1200, 1366, 2011(-3), and 2066 as well as AMD AM4, FM2(+), FM1, AM3(+), AM2(+), TR4, and SP3. Pricing and availability has not been shared yet.
KitGuru says: What do you think of the latest AIO units from MSI? Do you like the new trend of adding LCD displays on the pump-block combo?