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Cooler Master raises the bar for RGB with MasterLiquid Illusion AIO coolers

Cooler Master is back in the news today with a new series of coolers- the MasterLiquid Illusion. These new coolers boast vibrant RGB lighting, paired with Cooler Master's excellent MasterFan MF120 Halo fans.

The MasterLiquid Illusion aims to set a new bar for RGB lighting, featuring an all new design with 12 Addressable RGB LEDs integrated into a new translucent pump. To complement this, the cooler also ships with MasterFan MF120 Halo fans, which have 24 dual loop individual LEDs per fan, resulting in one of the most colourful AIO liquid coolers to date.

It's not all about glitz and glam though. The MasterLiquid Illusion series packs a 3rd Gen Dual Chamber Pump for enhanced cooling performance, as well as 240mm and 360mm radiators to tame the heat generated by high-end CPUs.

Here is the full feature list for these new Cooler Master MasterLiquid Illusion coolers:

  • Optimized Dual Chamber – 3rd Gen Dual Chamber Pump designed for optimized performance.
  • Expanded Dissipation Surface Area – Widened radiator water channels for increased cooling surface area.
  • MasterFan MF120 Halo – Dual loop Addressable Gen 2 RGB fans with 24 individual ARGB LEDs.
  • Enhanced Quality – Industrial grade material designed to withstand extreme environmental conditions.
  • MasterPlus+ Software – Cooler Master proprietary software adapted for new Addressable Gen 2 RGB features.
  • Translucent Dome – Stunning lighting visuals with translucent water chamber dome compatible with software customization.

The MasterLiquid ML240 Illusion and MasterLiquid ML240 Illusion White Edition will be available next month starting at £119.99. The MasterLiquid ML360 Illusion will also be available for £139.99.

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