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CPU Cooler

Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB 66.7 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

(65 Ratings, 4.3 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Model

MasterLiquid ML240L RGB

Part #

MLW-D24M-A20PC-R1

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Fan RPM

650 - 2000 RPM

Noise Level

6 - 30 dB

CPU Socket

  • AM2
  • AM2+
  • AM3
  • AM3+
  • FM1
  • FM2
  • FM2+
  • AM4
  • LGA775
  • LGA1150
  • LGA1151
  • LGA1155
  • LGA1156
  • LGA1366
  • LGA2011
  • LGA2011-3
  • LGA2066

Water Cooled

Yes - 240 mm

Fanless

No

Price History

    Reviews

    CuyMasterGaming
    • 61 points
    • 10 months ago

    This is a steal for the money although the included fans aren't the best and the rgb has noticeable hotspots.

    craigdt
    • 31 points
    • 18 months ago

    from completed build Smashed i7-8700k build

    Great value for a 240mm AIO cooler. Easy to install. Fans seem very loud, so I swapped for BeQuiet SilentWings 3 fans. Looks sharp and RGB works with Asus Aura Sync.

    tragiktimes101
    • 28 points
    • 19 months ago

    from completed build My Main Rig

    For the price, this AIO cannot be beaten. Regularly goes for 69.99, but often drops to 49.99-59.99. It keeps my OC'd 7700K running @ 4.8GHz below 77C, which I think is pretty good considering it's not delidded. On top of the performance the aesthetics is quite nice and it was easy to mount. I don't know what else I could say good about this AIO. If you are on the fence about it come on over to my side. ;)

    WrenchViking
    • 28 points
    • 11 months ago

    from completed build Geothermal

    For $50-$70, depending of what the deals are when you're picking this up, it does its job and does it well enough I really can't think of any reason to not recommend it if you're wanting a solid AIO on a budget.

    The long thumb screws make installing the fans to the radiator a simple affair, even if I would recommend tightening them a bit farther with a screwdriver once they are in place. The mounting hardware for the CPU was also easy to figure out, though I had to fish around in the Intel baggie for the proper machine screws for the AM4 brackets. Mounting was easy enough and the swivel fittings on the pump for the hoses are invaluably convenient for final organization and aesthetics.

    The fans are a good compromise between airflow, static pressure, and noise. Like the rest of the unit, they don't excel at any one thing, but they're decently competent and above grade for the price. They're not as quiet or as brightly lit as some other fans, but considering the price I have no complaints. However, please pay attention to the total thickness of the radiator with the fans screwed in. At 52mm in total thickness, I just BARELY had enough clearance for the heatsinks on my RAM modules when top-mounting the radiator, so keep that in mind when deciding on placement and fitment for your components.

    The non-addressable RGB is suitably bright and evenly spaced on both the fans and the pump. Be aware that the pump and fans all use their own separate RGB cables and PWN cables and if you want your fans to be able to do a different color than the pump, you'll need to put the pump on a different RGB header like I did. I didn't have to use the inline controller, as my motherboard includes 4-pin RGB headers, so I can't comment on the controller.

    In terms of cooling, it does its job and does it well. I have the radiator mounted as a top exhaust on my case and even with my Ryzen 5 1600 overclocked to 4.0GHz, I have never seen more than 63 degrees Celcius when running a CPU+GPU stress test for multiple hours.

    So in terms of performance, build quality, assembly, and lighting, it's an awesome value and I can easily recommend it for those things. My only complaint is the installation instructions- they're simply awful. In typical Cooler Master fashion, all you get is a simple multi-fold pamphlet with vague illustrations and almost no written instructions. However, since that doesn't actually affect the performance of this cooler, I decided not to deduct a star.

    daftcyberpunk
    • 23 points
    • 4 months ago

    from completed build 3800X2080

    I love this AIO! The cable lengths make it a perfect fit in my mATX case. I did replace the stock fans though with LL120's to match my case and also slightly reduce system noise levels.

    bardcore
    • 21 points
    • 9 months ago

    from completed build My First Custom Build! 2019

    This was real hard to mount. I definitely needed another person to help hold it while screwing it into place. The RGB isn't fully custom either, so you're really stuck with the presets. I think it keeps my CPU cool, though?

    hawkshawz
    • 19 points
    • 15 months ago

    from completed build RY23480V3

    For what it's worth, this closed-loop/all-in-one CPU cooler is a very nice purchase; it delivers great cooling performance and visual appeal for an affordable price point.

    However, as a result of the lower price point, there are a few issues with acoustics that is pretty common among other users of the same model. Whenever the pump starts working, it makes a loud gurgling sound, and there is an audible whine coming from the fans or the radiator when the cooler ramps up to cool the CPU. Then there's the issue with performance: While it does do its job, the cheap cost comes back to haunt it when you overclock it.

    It's also quite the nightmare to install. No, seriously, I hate having to install this thing.

    zrobb
    • 17 points
    • 9 months ago

    from completed build Zrobb 2.0

    Brought this over from my old build. I liked the simplicity of CoolerMaster's AIO, no extra USB headers, just 1 rgb splitter to plug into the motherboard, 1 AIO pump 3 pin cable and the fan cables. The RGB looks great imo but the stock fans are very loud to my ears. I resorted to keeping the fan curve low and dialing down from 5 GHz to 4.8 to keep my build silent. I eventually replaced the fans with Noctua Chromax fans to match the rest of the black build.

    shozen13
    • 16 points
    • 19 months ago

    from completed build Toxic Upgrade (2018)

    Love the efficiency of this cooler!!

    Budge72
    • 15 points
    • 15 months ago

    This is definitely an entry level AIO watercooler.

    Pros: The RGB leds are cool and they work with Asus Aura. You can't beat the price. Cons: The fans are loud...mine rattle at high speed. Air bubbles sound like an aquarium. Super cheap connectors...will need to tape them together.

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