Cooler Master has unveiled new coolers in their MasterLiquid line of closed loop AIO cooling that was released in late 2017. The MasterLiquid ML240R RGB (240mm) and ML120R RGB (120mm) feature a newly designed pump along with 12 addressable RGB LEDs on the water block and eight addressable RGB LEDs on each fan. Users are able to customize each LED individually through RGB lighting software through select ASUS, MSI, and ASRock motherboards as well as Cooler Master’s MasterPlus+ software (in beta testing, due out in May) for complete control over your lighting and cooling ecosystem.
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The outside of the pump has a gloss finish around the outside along with a ring of 12 addressable RGB LEDs with 16.7 million colors surrounding...
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