Cooler Master is a brand well associated with their CPU cooling products that often provide a hell of a lot of bang for (comparatively speaking) a very wallet-friendly buck. With the release of their new MasterLiquid ML280 Mirror, however, this one certainly has something a little unusual going for it when compared to a lot of its more generic competition.
Not only is it a 280mm AIO liquid cooler design, but it also features an ARGB ‘infinity glass’ style pump head that, in terms of the aesthetic stakes, certainly takes this design to a whole new level!
Coming with full ARGB sync certification with ASUS, ASRock, Gigabyte, and MSI, if you’re looking for the crown jewel in your PCs lighting set-up, the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML280 Mirror could well prove to be your perfect choice.
Given that it is a 280mm design, however, we fully anticipate this to not only look amazing but also give some impressive levels of cooling performance. Let’s check out some of the features this AIO cooler has to offer!
For more in-depth specifications, please visit the official Cooler Master website via the link here!
“Equipped with our new 3rd Gen. Dual Chamber Pump with upgraded
material with industrial properties made for extended usage and
longevity. The 240 mm radiator is optimized with a 25% increase in
interior aluminum fin surface area together with the Sickleflow 120
Non-LED fan enhances the cooling efficiency and performance.
The Sickleflow Fan designed with two-tier anti-dust prevention
mechanism for longer and more silent performance.
Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240 Mirror comes with new lighting
display effect using Infinity mirror to showcase an array of color.
Includes a wired addressable RGB controller but also compatible
with all major motherboard manufacturer software. Wide variety of
Intel and AMD socket compatibility, all brackets included.”
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