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So about 30mins ago I just received my Amazon order which included my Master Liquid Lite 120mm which I'd ordered in hopes of getting better temperatures on my aging A8-5600K (soon to be upgraded). Upon opening the box I am greeted by the sight of coolant liquid having leaked out of the pump. It wasn't a continuous stream, but I am certainly not going to risk it. Can I trust these coolers if I get another one? What is the general consensus on their lifespan? Would it be worth it to just get a larger air cooler instead? Thanks
Hi Guys Thanks for taking the time to read this read this. Recently I have acquired a MasterLiquid 120 watercooling kit for my system along with a brand new Z270 Gaming 7 board from Gigabyte and a Intel 7700k. Unfortunately after installing the cooler, my temperatures in-game hit 70-80 degrees Celsius. Which I find not acceptable. After inspecting the cooler (unmount+remount) and re-applying cooling paste the temperatures stay the same. I have configured the BIOS to allow the pump full performance as recommended. Now my idea is the CPU is not hitting the large cooling surface of the pump which is being blocked by the LGA socket frame. My question is: What's the difference between the MasterLiquid 120 and the MasterLiquid 120 pro? The pro variant does seem to have a small square coming out of it (don't know how to say it) which would be perfect to touch the cpu on a one-on-one basis. I'm really in need of a boost here... Pro variant: Standard: Thanks! Vincent