Cooler Master has introduced an unusual all-in-one liquid CPU cooler with their new MasterLiquid Maker 92, a design which places all of the components together on top of the CPU block.
We've seen a similar idea from Corsair with the cooler first found in the Bulldog system, and later introduced separately as the H5 SF mini-ITX liquid cooler. Cooler Master's design uses a different arrangement, with push-pull 92mm fans sandwiching a radiator that rotates 90º to permit either a verticle or horizontal setup. The latter position allows for better low-profile chassis compatibility, and also adds airflow to motherboard components.
- Model: MLZ-H92M-A26PK-R1
- CPU: Intel LGA 2011-v3/ 2011/ 1151/ 1150/ 1155/ 1156 socket
- Power Connector : SATA and 4-Pin
- Radiator Material: Aluminum
- Vertical: 99.9 x 81.6 x 167.5mm (3.9 x 3.2 x 6.6”)
- Horizontal: 99.9 x 142 x 118.8 mm (3.9 x 5.6 x 4.7”)
- Dimension: Φ95x 25.4 mm (3.7 x 1”)
- Airflow: 49.7 CFM (max)
- Air Pressure: 6.4 mmH2O (max)
- Noise Level: 30 dBA (max)
- Noise Level: <12 dBA (max)
- MTTF: 175,000 hours
- L-10 Life: 50,000 hours
- Rated Voltage: 12VDC
- Warranty: 5 Years
Cooler Master is offer pre-orders on a first-come, first-serve basis beginning August 30 from this page. Pricing is not listed.
Interesting concept, waiting
Interesting concept, waiting for a review.
Heatpipes transfer heat quite
Heatpipes transfer heat quite well on a distance of just few inches. Do not see the point of this.
How much of a backplate would
How much of a backplate would this thing require, having all the mass of the radiator, fluid, and pump hanging off the socket?
I’d imagine it weighs the
I’d imagine it weighs the same or even less than some of the larger Noctua coolers or any triple fan cooler.
But with those Noctua coolers
But with those Noctua coolers you are getting 1x140mm fan and 1x 120mm fan for the same weight that this gets you 2x 92mm fans. I doubt this will be worth the weight increase from going from heatpipes to full water loop.
Weight = “404”
This is cool!
This is cool!
The first thing I thought of
The first thing I thought of when I saw this was the AIO water coolers Apple put on their Quad CPU PowerMac G5s…. They didn’t work out too well.