The Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero, is an all-in-one CPU cooler that’s designed for Intel processors that uses the LGA1200 socket. It features a unique water block that uses Intel’s Cryo Cooling Technology, to help reduce CPU temperatures, and delivers a cooling solution, unlike that of your traditional CPU coolers. This will allow your processor to reach higher frequencies at lower voltages.
The ML360 Sub Zero, utilizes a unique combination of hardware, software and firmware, to push the thermal limitations of your processor. The unique water block houses a circuit board, that features a 52×52 mm TEC unit, with built-in sensors for temperature and dew point, as well as a unique condensation barrier … all of which, helps to minimize the effects of condensation.
Wait! Timeout! What the hell is Thermoelectric Cooling!?
OK, so Thermoelectric Cooling is better known as T.E.C. or TEC. For all those who don’t know what it is … basically in nutshell, it uses electrical current, to create a heat flux, at the junction of two different types of materials. This is called the Peltier Effect. One side gets hot, while the other side gets cold.
TECs are extremely power hungry, and in this particular model, the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero can consume a total power consumption of up to 200W! So yes, we recommend a power supply of 850W or higher.
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OK, so I heard that the ML360 Sub-Zero, can reduce CPU temperatures, somewhere in the region of between 20 degrees, and chilly 5 degrees Celsius, at full load with all cores overclocked.
It’ll be interesting to see how this thermoelectric CPU cooler will perform against other AIO coolers that we’ve tested in the past … so I can’t wait to put his on our test rig and see if there’s any condensation and whether this will affect its performance.
OK let’s not waste any more time put this in or test rig, but before we do that let’s do a quick unboxing. You can buy the standard Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 Mirror ARGB AIO CPU Cooler (without Thermoelectric TEC) for around USD $140 from Amazon – https://amzn.to/39rmML8
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