Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 120
Today we return to a CPU cooling test. It is specifically about a watercooling all-in-one with the MasterLiquid 120. After particularly enjoying his big brother, the MasterLiquid 240 (he won the Platinum), Cooler Master generously sent his little brother.
Of course, before attacking, we would like to remind you that the MasterLiquid series consists of two references:
- The MasterLiquid 240
- The MasterLiquid 120
Like its big brother, this MasterLiquid 120 belongs to the family of so-called "all-in-one" liquid coolers. So, like watercooling DIY, it will be ready for use. We unpack, we install on the CPU and it cools. Here, we will not take the head to choose its elements separately and put everything in place. Nevertheless, if you are curious about the different types of CPU cooling.
- Belonging to the same cooling series, the points put forward by Cooler Master will be the same as those of his big brother in 240 mm. Thus, we will have the right to:
- A 100% home design. Unlike many references (including Corsair, NZXT, Antec etc.), this MasterLiquid 120 uses a "made by Cooler Master" design.
- The installation is still as simple as using the same system as the MasterLiquid 240. That we know, but more details are available in the dedicated section!
Finally, we should find a silent kit in operation. The latter using the same fans as the first model we had in test. It only remains to see how it behaves in push / pull.