Cooler Master Nepton 240M Review

Packaging and Contents

Cooler Master Nepton 240M Review

Packaging and contents

You know where you are with Cooler Master packaging.  The trademark Cooler Master colours with a nice big picture of the contents and a decent amount of info on the product inside. 

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Inside we find the Rad and pump assembly individually wrapped in polythene bags, along side these we have a pair of 120mm fans, again wrapped up nice and safe.  Underneath nestles a big bag of fittings along with instructions etc.  The whole shooting match is held nice and secure in egg box style packaging.

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The instructions are of the "banner" type in that they unfurl into one long strip.  This can make them a little ungainly and hard to follow, but ultimately they do their job.  The fittings bag includes brackets, backplate and screws for most Intel and AMD CPUs.  There's also a selection of radiator and fan mounting screws along with a nice rubber gasket, a fan splitter cable and a syringe of TIM.

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The Nepton 240M also ships with a pair of black 120mm fans.  The fans have a PWM connection and are rated at  800-2400RPM.  At these speeds they will generate 16/5-76CFM of airflow at between 6.5 and 27dB(A).

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Most Recent Comments

15-01-2015, 07:58:27

Excalabur50
What a poor showing from Cooler Master just showing how unmasterful this cooler isQuote

15-01-2015, 08:00:20

barnsley
The 280L was such a beast. Quite why this is awful really is a surprise.Quote

15-01-2015, 14:14:03

Wraith
Wow I didn't expect that, who am I kidding it's a CM "M" series AIO, they all suck, of cause they will later release a "V" version and temporarily redeem their honor then follow it up with another "L" this seems to be the case time and again for CM. This was painful to see especially as it gets a whooping from a Air cooler, OK it's the D15 but still a 240mm AIO being out classed by air. Poor show Cooler Master.Quote

15-01-2015, 14:17:17

barnsley
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wraithguard View Post
Wow I didn't expect that, who am I kidding it's a CM "M" series AIO, they all suck, of cause they will later release a "V" version and temporarily redeem their honor then follow it up with another "L" this seems to be the case time and again for CM. This was painful to see especially as it gets a whooping from a Air cooler, OK it's the D15 but still a 240mm AIO being out classed by air. Poor show Cooler Master.
Quite a few 240 AIOs are on par with the D15. Its a beast.Quote

15-01-2015, 14:20:40

IliaLo
I've watched some reviews of the 240M and I was looking for one to buy (based on the reviews I watched ), I guess it's good, I didn't find one, so I went with the 100i.Quote
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