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Cooler Master Nepton 140XL & 280L Water Coolers Now Available



/ 3 years ago

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As with the news of the new CM Storm Trigger Z keyboard we published yesterday, we’re a little late with this article, but we figured that since we missed it the first time around, you might have missed out too! Better late than never, right?

Cooler Master are already one of the leading brands when it comes to cooler design, they didn’t call themselves Cooler Master for nothing. Now they’re looking to show the competition how its done with the release of two brand new all-in-one (AIO) water cooling units, the Nepton 140XL and the Nepton 280L. Each of which features a new pump with an exclusive Cooler Master design, while also improving performance and flow.

Nepton 140XL and 280L both are factory filled and sealed for immediate installation and maintenance-free operation for years. Affixed to Nepton 140XL and 280L are premium JetFlo 140 Series fans that are built specially for the high air pressure and heat dissipation required for high performance watercooling.

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For greater cooling compatibility, JetFlo 120 Series fans and other 120mm fans are supported via compatible mounting holes on the radiator. Nepton 280L comes equipped with dual JetFlo 140 fans and an extra large 280mm radiator that, together, generate substantial cooling power that can dissipate up to 300W of heat. This, coupled with a pure copper base, means Nepton can handle high CPU overclocking. Longer and thicker FEP tubing assists in maintaining exceptional performance through less restrictive water flow and superb evaporation resistance.

The Nepton 140XL and 280L are available now from most major online retailer and we expect to have samples in the eTeknix office very shortly, so stay tuned for an in-depth look at their performance and design.

Thank you Cooler Master for providing us with this information.

Images courtesy of Cooler Master.


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  • Skidmarks

    I’ve tested the 140XL and now I’m using it in my personal non overclocked i7 4770K. I find the pump a little noisy but never louder than the fans. Overall I’m quite happy with it.