Review Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R RGB : The New Cooling Champ

CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360R RGB Review: The New Cooling Champ 

Highlights and Specifications 

Change is great. Change is consistent. Change is unavoidable. However, now and again, months or years can pass by before another item lands to depose the past officeholder juggernaut on our segment rankings. Many test, few succeed.

The Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R RGB is one of those few. With regards to holding overclocked CPU stack temperatures under control, it's the new chilling champ. As the 360 variation of our already assessed MasterLiquid ML240R RGB, the recently accessible MasterLiquid ML360R includes 33 percent more radiator surface region for much additionally cooling ability. The outcome? It cools far superior to the powerful NZXT Kraken X72.

Supporting most purchaser (counting top of the line work areas) Intel and AMD processor attachments (sorry, no Threadripper/TR4), Cooler Master sends the MasterLiquid ML360R RGB with a confounding backup of adornments and mounting equipment. Notwithstanding the typical backplates, strung counterbalances and jolts, the bundling incorporates a syringe of Cooler Master warm exacerbate, a RGB lighting control module and USB network cabling to permit work area control of your RGB lighting inside the UI suite.


Talking about the RGB lighting module, be set up to course and arrange the plenty of included links required for full reconciliation of the ML360R RGB. The rectangular control module has an attractive base, which should give you a chance to evade the twofold sided tape required for most steel-based case. USB handles the availability and control of the module- - either by means of connector to a 9-stick USB motherboard header, or a standard Type-A port.

The smooth, adjusted Cooler Master pump lodging gives a nearly prudent level of RGB lighting by the present measures, with the picked lighting design enlightened through the Cooler Master hexagonal logo and around the edges of the adjusted cover arch. The cover is removable and can be situated to coordinate your particular establishment - nobody needs a topsy turvy Cooler Master logo. Elastic tubing is sleeved underneath nylon plait, which is ended with warm therapist tubing at right-point rotational fittings on the pump.

The ML360R RGB utilizes an extensive, single-piece copper baseplate with fine, direct grain processing to mate with the surface of the CPU's incorporated warmth spreader. The included connector sections secure to the lodging tabs with four little screws from the embellishment substance.

The aluminum 360 radiator of the ML360R RGB offers a decent adjust of balance thickness and wind current for the MF120R aRGB (addressable RGB) beat width regulation (PWM) fans. Thumbscrew-type fan fasteners take into account rapid, apparatus free establishment of the trio of fans to the radiator lodging, yet you can likewise fix them more with a Philips-head screwdriver.

Turning down the lights gives a brilliant, steady gleam from the aRGB fans and pump lodging. You can pick any shade of shading on any segment you wish.

Similarly as with most 360 AIO coolers, mounting the radiator fills in as the greatest obstacle. In any case, if your case underpins a 360 (3 x 120mm) cooler, establishment inconveniences ought to be insignificant. We made great utilization of the 90-degree rotational fittings on the draw unit keeping in mind the end goal to get everything into put inside our obliging Corsair Graphite 760T body, despite the fact that more length in the tubing office truly would do ponders.

Testing Results and Conclusion 

Correlation Coolers 

Result information taken from our overclocked hex-center, Intel Core i7-5930K at 4.2Ghz and 1.20v on our MSI X99S XPower AC motherboard gave a lot of warm load to push the points of confinement of the CPU cooler.

We stacked the MasterLiquid ML360R RGB against its littler kin, the MasterLiquid ML240R RGB, and two heavyweights in the AIO domain: the NZXT Kraken X72 and the Corsair H150i Pro.

The MasterLiquid ML360R RGB turned in the least warm load temperatures over encompassing of the examination gathering. The Kraken X72 trailed not far behind at a little more than 3 degrees Celsius at full fan speeds, while the H150i Pro and ML240R lingered advance behind.

Not astounding, both the ML360R RGB and ML240R RGB adjusted about impeccably as far as fan and pump RPM (cycles every moment) because of the indistinguishable equipment in every cooler. Strangely, comparative examinations can be made between the Kraken X72 and the H150i Pro as their pumps have verifiably had comparable genealogy.

Speedier fan speeds quite often prompt higher enlisted commotion levels, and we saw no curve balls on that front here. While the littler MasterLiquid ML240R RGB has indistinguishable pump and fans from the bigger ML360R RGB, the distinction of a solitary fan gave intriguing scaling in estimated decibel levels.

While it gave the best cooling of the bundle, the MasterLiquid ML360R RGB likewise has the loudest devotees of the group of four. In any case, moderately, any vast 360 AIO using three 2000+ RPM fans is doing great while remaining under the 40-decibel roof.

With a retail cost of $160, the MasterLiquid ML360R RGB sits precisely at the gathering normal cost, which means the acoustic productivity graph precisely reflects our execution esteem table. The value premium of the Kraken X72 overpowered its general execution, while the H150i Pro is neither here nor there. The littler MasterLiquid ML240R RGB influenced an extremely solid by and large to esteem explanation when contrasted and the bigger 360 coolers.

Looking at warm pictures from our FLIR ONE Pro camera demonstrates two fundamentally the same as stories for the MasterLiquid ML360R RGB. Slight contrasts in warm marks found in the tubing lines and around the edge of the direct lodging and the radiator are the main pointers amongst full-and half-speed fan settings. Keep in mind, the cooler pump speed was constantly kept up at 100 percent, so the main variable here is the RPM of the cooling fans and wind stream over the radiator.


Cooler Master's MasterLiquid ML360R RGB is an amazing assault against the 360 AIO rivalry, however it shouldn't be quite a bit of an astonishment in the event that you've perused our ongoing audit of the MasterLiquid ML240R RGB. The genuine stun originates from the warm load execution delta (and cost) between the ML360R RGB and others in the current 360 AIO class. In the mean time, the addressable RGB lighting gives distinctive feel, and the general plan is carefully nice looking.

The main genuine negative for the ML360R RGB is the quantity of links important to set up and deal with the lighting with the included controller or programming. The RGB stick connectors likewise don't reach between the cabling and the control unit, and we really expected to tie the wires to counteract gravity and the heaviness of the 5-headed splitter from pulling the associations separated.

There's only a considerable measure going ahead with this cabling setup, and in case you're a link administration stickler, you may get a touch of nervousness simply taking a gander at the quantity of connectors and wiring included.

Power clients, gamers, framework developers and overclockers in the market for another huge CPU cooler should observe. The Cooler Master ML360R RGB is our current 360 AIO warm execution pioneer. And keeping in mind that $160 isn't precisely modest, there are a lot of contending items that cost increasingly while conveying less-amazing execution.

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