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CPU Cooler

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 280 64.21 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

(3 Ratings, 4.3 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Model

MasterLiquid Pro 280

Part #

MLY-D28M-A22MB-R1

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Fan RPM

650 - 2200 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 - 280 mm

Fanless

No

Price History

    Reviews

    vlorg
    • 40 points
    • 22 months ago

    This thing really keeps it simple; no USB header or clunky software required.

    TheShaz
    • 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.

    It works.

    CPU running nice and cool.

    JuiceSpringsteen
    • 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.

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