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Cooler Master MASTERLIQUID ML240L RGB CPU Cooler Review

By: Chad Sebring | CPU Liquid Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 26, 2018 3:00 pm
TweakTown Rating: 88%Manufacturer: Cooler Master

Packaging

 

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With the log at the top, an image of the cooler in the middle, and the full name at the bottom, we covered what is on the left side. In the top-right corner, there are mentions of the socket support as well as the inclusion of the RGB-splitter cable and controller. In the bottom-right corner, we find what motherboard Sync systems work with the cooler, and that there are 16.7 million color options to choose from.

 

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While the information on this side panel is limited, we do see that Cooler Master, in fifteen languages, informs the customer that this is the MASTERLIQUID ML240L RGB cooler, and where you should go to read up on them.

 

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The back of the box delivers lists of features in various languages. Cooler Master mentions the quality, the dual-chambered pump design, RGB on both the fans and the head unit, that it is quiet, and that they claim the cooler can be installed in five minutes. In the bottom-right corner, there are small dimensional renderings, to ensure you know what it takes to fit the cooler into your chassis.

 

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While the rest of the panels offer the logo and name of the cooler inside, the last panel to provide something for the customer to base a buying decision off of, we find the specifications chart on this one. Everything we saw in the earlier specs chart is presented here.

 

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On the inside, we are looking at the recycled cardboard inner packaging. Along with its ability to keep all of the components from touching in transit, it also helps in not allowing the box to be crushed. To keep the dust to a minimum, and to protect the finishes, all of the parts are wrapped in plastic. The fans are set off to the left, but we located the hardware near the head unit, along the front edge.

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