MSI MAG CORELIQUID E Series 360mm AIO Review

How Much Does it Cost?

The MSI MAG CORELIQUID E Series 360mm AIO is available today with an MSRP of £109.99, which is right in line with rival offerings for similarly equipped 360mm radiators. However, if this one is a little big for your needs, there’s also a smaller version, the MSI MAG CORELIQUID E Series 240mm, which is now available for just £94.99.


MSI has a lot of great products, and I’m glad to say that the new MAG CORELIQUID E cooler is another welcome addition to their range. While there’s nothing really innovative here, it does tick all the right boxes, and honestly, that’s more than good enough for me.

It’s not reinventing the cooler market here, and sticks to a common set of form factors, coming in both 240m and 360mm variants, so you should be able to find one that best suits your needs. Of course, it comes with support for all the latest Intel and AMD sockets, with brackets for Intel LGA 1150/1151/1155/1156/1200/1700 and AMD AM4/AM5. However, if you want something for Intel X or AMD TR sockets, you’ll need to look elsewhere.

Included in the box, you get three decent quality ARGB fans, which offer plenty of ARGB lighting customisation, plus some additional lighting on the pump housing too. If you’re a fan of adding a bit of colourful flair to your build this is certainly going to appeal. You can set it to a rainbow disco if you like that sort of thing, or just do what I do and set it to a fixed red/purple and leave it be.

The overall build quality is excellent though, with one of the better-equipped radiators, using a more comprehensive heatpipe arrangement than most. This is obviously a good thing, and that’s reflected in the fantastic cooling performance we’ve seen here today.

Should I Buy One?

With stylish aesthetics, a competitive price, and a choice of 240mm or 360mm radiators, both equipped with a powerful and quiet pump and some of the more colourful ARGB fans in their respective class, the MSI MAG CORELIQUID E-Series is off to a great start. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to tame the temperatures on their gaming PC and get excellent performance, as we did in our final Cinebench test!

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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