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MasterLiquid Pro 280 - Feedback, Suggestions & improvements Thread

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On 01.03.2017 at 9:39 AM, Mohd Noh said:

280 enough to handle your FX 8350 system .. 

 

Owner pro 5 chassis + 4690k and install it with masterliquid 240 on the top ... result i got is very very ( make me happy super silent ) idle 26c load 40-50c run as Full Speed .

And i believe if we build with correctly ( no problem ) can touch our system , unless what we have is faulty unit .

 

Bro you can check this user ( have asrock board ) might this help you ..

 

Hope this can help .

The pump must be conected to chassis fan 1 or if you have asrock board, to super speed fan. then work. the 2 fans of liquid cooler, to cpu fan 1 & 2

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aep_seidhe    0

Hi Cooler Master Team, I'm owner of MLP280. I have question about the specification.

When I bought it(9 months ago) there was no 2066 socket but I don't see any brackets information ... is version sold e.g. 1year ago compatible straight away with 2066 socket without any additional parts? Please correct specification to make it clear :)

 

Second question:

are you expecting MLP280 to be compatible with AMD TR4 (Threadripper) socket?

 

Thanks !

 

 

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Mohd Dzuld    1
On 10/14/2017 at 2:38 AM, aep_seidhe said:

Second question:

are you expecting MLP280 to be compatible with AMD TR4 (Threadripper) socket?

Hello ,

You can check the latest news from CM : Compatability

+ talked with HQ team is 100% not not compatible with Pro series

If you still concerned please contact customer services , they will give you more detail 

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knud    123
On 10/13/2017 at 8:38 PM, aep_seidhe said:

Hi Cooler Master Team, I'm owner of MLP280. I have question about the specification.

When I bought it(9 months ago) there was no 2066 socket but I don't see any brackets information ... is version sold e.g. 1year ago compatible straight away with 2066 socket without any additional parts? Please correct specification to make it clear :)

 

Second question:

are you expecting MLP280 to be compatible with AMD TR4 (Threadripper) socket?

 

Thanks !

 

 

 

Since socket 2066 has the same layout as 2011 this cooler is compatible with that socket out of the box. So please double check if your cooler came with the brackets for socket 2011 (see page 10 in the manual) and mount that cooling.

Threadripper compatibility is not something we are working on at this moment, for this specific cooling

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I've just read Michael's post with interest.  I'm about to build a 7900X system using the Liquid Pro 280 at the top of a Cosmos II case.   When Toms Hardware reviewed that cooler it suggested that you could reduce the sound output by using four fans at lower RPM.  What I am wondering is if you use the same type of fan to pull, as you would to push?  I've read about the difference between radiator and case fans, but that was only dealing with fans that pushed through a radiator.

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