CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360R RGB AIO Cooler Review


CoolerMaster packages the ML360R in their modern packaging style: full colored box featuring a shot of the product at the front with details and highlights of the specs at the back. The packaged is factory sealed with plastic wrap from the factory.

CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360R RGB AIO Cooler Review

Unloading everything we have in the package we have a lot to go through: the ML360R AIO, three 120mm fans, documentations, the mounting parts for AMD and Intel systems. Mind you, the ML360R does not support TR4 and sTR4 socket. CoolerMaster has a dedicated TR4 model with a larger cooling plate. Also included is some TIM. CoolerMaster includes a separate bag for the RGB components which includes header cables for RGB, an ARGB controller and some a USB connector.

The included fans are the MasterFan 120AB featuring addressable RGB lighting. These are rated for 2000RPM max and is rated 66.7CFM airflox with a fan pressure rating of 2.34 of pressure or wind pushing power through those rads.

650-2000 RPM (PWM) ± 10%FAN AIRFLOW66.7 CFM (Max)FAN AIR PRESSURE2.34 mmH2O (Max)

CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360R RGB AIO Cooler Review

The ML360R has a 27mm radiator with decent fin density for its purposes. The radiator is a dual-pass type and as the name implies, is 360mm wide.

CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360R RGB AIO Cooler Review

One of my favorite thing about this cooler is the mesh-covered tubing. While it does nothing for performance, the touch on details is highly appreciated.

CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360R RGB AIO Cooler Review

Here we have the pump block. This is a non-Asetek design if you’re curious why its not similar to some of the more popular models in the market with the ridged block.

CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360R RGB AIO Cooler Review

Here is the MasterLiquid ML360R fully assembled and ready to be mounted.

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