Cooler Master reveals their MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-ZERO

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Cooler Master reveals their MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-ZERO

Cooler Master reveals their MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-ZERO

Like EK, Cooler Master has partnered with Intel to bring sub-ambient cooling to the masses, using Intel's Cryo Cooling technology to create a TEC-assisted liquid cooler called the MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-ZERO. 

This cooler is designed to deliver sub-ambient cooling to deliver what Cooler Master calls "Cryo-Clocking", enabling absurd levels of cooling performance by utilising a 52.52mm TEC unit that's integrated into a liquid-cooled CPU block.

Thanks to the merger of technologies from Intel and Cooler Master, the ML360 SUB-Zero can deliver sub-ambient cooling while using a series of sensors to prevent condensation from affecting your PC. This unit promises sub-ambient cooling without the downsides, assuming it functions as intended. 

    Playing with the properties of Silicon to deliver a more optimized way to achieve over-clocking but not in the traditional sense. Unlike using solutions such as liquid nitrogen, the Sub-Zero is designed to allow gamers and content creators to achieve those higher frequencies while giving off less heat and ability to run at high frequencies as usual while using less power.

The ML360 Sub-Zero pushes the thermal boundaries of standard cooling solutions while adapting to the limitations of being a closed loop liquid cooler. This will allow for maximum potential of your CPU to realized, especially during low core count OC that can only be done with sub-ambient cooling. Cryo-Clocking pushes the frontier on innovation by introducing a sub-ambient cooling solution, unique in design and technology driven.

Cooler Master reveals their MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-ZERO  
This cooling system is designed for heavy overclockers who want to get the most of out of their Intel-based systems, allowing gamers to crank their CPU's clock speeds to unprecedented levels without the same thermal restrictions as before. 

At this time, we do not know the pricing of this unit, though you can expect to cost a lot more than a standard all-in-one liquid cooler. The ML360 SUB-ZERO features a large 360mm radiator and three SF120 fans.

The Thermal Electric Unit within this cooler transfers heat from Intel's processors to Cooler Master's liquid cooling system, creating a cooler cold plate and a hotter thermal interface for Cooler Master's liquid cooling system. This allows Cooler Master to take more thermal energy from Intel-based systems, creating sub-ambient cooling conditions for compatible Intel processors.   

Cooler Master reveals their MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-ZERO  
This level of cooling performance is crazy, but hardcore overclockers will undoubtedly love the fact that a cooler like this exists. TEC cooling is overkill, but when you are pushing for the highest overclocks, there's nothing quite like an overkill cooling system.  

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Most Recent Comments

14-11-2020, 12:15:48

Not everyone wants to drive their CPU so hard, but 5c below ambient for the vast majority of people would be more than enough.

It'll be interesting to see what it's like under load, will those figures still hold up.

Still, it's nice to see boundaries being pushed back and high-end becoming more mainstream.Quote

14-11-2020, 18:23:54

I think people will be happy that their PC arent acting as Ovens. Simple as that.Quote

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