Cooler Master ML360R RGB AIO CPU Cooler Review

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Cooler Master ML360R RGB AIO CPU Cooler Review

If it is Frag Harder Disco Lights you want, then Cooler Master ML360R RGB All-In-One CPU liquid cooler has that in spades. RGB is nice and all, but how does this AIO do where the rubber meets the road? We strap the ML360R RGB to our highly over-volted and overclocked Ryzen 7 processor and find out.

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Knowing Cooler Master this will be a hundred bucks with some kind of MIR soon enough
 
Looks like another solid offering from CoolerMaster.

Looks pretty neat.

I did expect more of a difference between a 240 vs 360 radiator however, but I assume at some point you start seeing diminishing returns.
 
I did expect more of a difference between a 240 vs 360 radiator however, but I assume at some point you start seeing diminishing returns.

My thoughts too.
Also, where does the 280mm Corsair H115i compare test-wise, compared with the 100i or 150 models... similar, I would assume
 
Are the RGBs really bright enough to make the BeeGees squint?
 
Not being familiar at all with the AMD socket types, is this compatible with the new Threadripper 2000 series?

Might be a nice combo...
 
Not being familiar at all with the AMD socket types, is this compatible with the new Threadripper 2000 series?

Might be a nice combo...
No won't work. As rgMekanic says, the Threadripper heat spreader is about 4-times the size of the average Intel heatspreader. AMD does give you a mounting bracket for the Asetek-style AIO liquid coolers, but this one does not work with that bracket and doesn't come with one of its own for the TR series chips.
 
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