Cooler Master’s New Liquid Coolers Feature Addressable RGB LEDs

Cooler Master’s New Liquid Coolers Feature Addressable RGB LEDs

The latest liquid cooler's from Cooler Master are the first two products to include addressable RGB LEDs and a precision machined microchannel cold plate.

Today, Cooler Master has announced via press release two new all-in-one liquid coolers into its ever-growing line of PC parts.

According to the manufacturer, the MasterLiquid ML240R RGB and ML120R RGB, offer a newly designed pump with 12 addressable RGB light-emitting diodes on the water block with an additional eight located on each fan. Of course, with every new RGB product release, there is always software available as well. Although the software for the products is not yet available, Cooler Master has stated that it will release a new software program called MasterPlus+. This will allow PC users to have total control over all the lighting contained in the coolers. On top of that, the cooler’s lighting is also compatible with specific ASRock, Asus, and MSI motherboards and along with the software used for the aforementioned motherboards.

The most significant difference between the ML240R RGB and ML120R RGB is the size, and if you could not tell already, the ML240R is a 240mm cooler featuring two cooling fans while the ML120R is a 120mm with one cooling fan. Several notable features found in both models include the RGB LED pumping 16.7 million colors, a dual chamber pump design to set apart the incoming and outgoing coolant, a wired addressable RGB controller and splitter cable just to name a few.

You can check out a batch of screenshots of both liquid coolers below this article. Currently, Amazon has product pages for both the ML120R RGB for $99.99 and the ML240R RGB for $199.99. Unfortunately, both products are not available for order (yet).

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