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MasterLiquid Pro 280
650 - 2200 RPM
6 - 30 dB
Yes - 280 mm
- 40 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build Ryzen "I just wanted to upgrade my case" Build
This thing really keeps it simple; no USB header or clunky software required.
- 23 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build Bad Moon Ryzen
Was a tad tricky with this case, I had to put the fans in the top area above the case proper and the rad underneath with the fans sucking air thru the rad.
CPU running nice and cool.
- 2 points
- 25 months ago
from completed build VR Sim Build
Noctua NF-14 IPPC 3000PMW fans used 800-1300rpm
Never planed to use stock fans. Coolermaster fans were louder and needed to be spun faster to achieve target temp levels. The fans also had noticeable flex, where in a pull configuration they would hit the radiator. I found the cooler to reach its limits shortly after 2200rpm in a full load test. Light gaming and wed browsing temps stayed below 35c..This is a great buy under $100 but consider some Noctua PMWs to replace the supplied fans.