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Cooler Master revamps its liquid coolers, fans and thermal paste

This week, Cooler Master is revamping its range of liquid coolers, fans and even thermal paste with the new MasterLiquid, MasterFan and MasterGel series of products. Later this month, the company will begin selling the MasterLiquid Pro 120 and 240, revamped all-in-one liquid coolers that optimise flow in order to dissipate heat more efficiently.


The MasterLiquid coolers make use of Cooler Master's new FlowOp technology, which aims to “redefine” the liquid cooler by re-engineering the way that the liquid absorbs and expels the heat. These new 120mm and 240mm coolers also come with an exclusive dual chamber design, which proves better cooling performance using micro channels that pave the way for better water flow and maximum heat dissipation.

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These new coolers also come equipped with Cooler Master's newly designed MasterFans, which come in models that prioritise air flow, air balance and air pressure depending on your needs. The fans also come in 120mm and 140mm sizes. Finally, Cooler Master has revised its thermal paste, launching the MasterGel, which uses polumer oxides in the compound to create better conductivity between the CPU and cooler base.

All of these products will be launching this month in the UK. The MasterLiquid 120 costs £84.99 while the 240 costs £94.99. The MasterFan range varies in pricing between £12.99 and £14.99 depending on which model you want and the new MasterGel costs £5.99, or alternatively you can get the ‘Pro' version for £7.99.

KitGuru Says: Cooler Master's new line of cooling products certainly sound interesting, so it will be great to see how they perform when reviews land. Are any of you currently looking to upgrade the cooling inside of your rig? 

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