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Master Liquid Lite- Feedback, Suggestions & improvements Thread

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xtian1    13

Hello Master Liquid Lite Owners,

 

We want to hear everything you like and don't like about this product along with any suggestions or Improvements.

 

Regards,

Xtian1

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I purchased this from amazon installed it correctly and I am getting high cpu idle temps around 65c. I used the stock thermal paste included and used a pea sized amount mounted finger tight and quarter turn more. The cpu was throttling and was stuttering my rise of the tomb raider benchmark. I am using a i5 4690k and sli gtx 970s

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P_Melas    0
Posted (edited)

Hello from Greece

 

I purchased a Master Liquid Lite 240 cooler about three months ago, intending to use it with either an Intel QX9650 or an Intel Xeon X5492.

At this time I am at the final assembly stage of the PC to be built and I am planning to put all hardware in an older (but really impressive) computer case, the Thermaltake Xaser VI VG4000BWS model, which provides the user with side perforated panels, ready to accept fans of 120 or 140 mm size (with some minor modification work) and - apparently - ready to accept the radiator and fans of the Master Liquid Lite 240 unit.

 

What I need to know is what is the optimum way of fans assembling:

- Is it a "blow in"

or

- A "blow out"?

 

Thanks for taking the time to look at my question.

Waiting for your response.

Edited by P_Melas

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P_Melas    0
On 6/5/2018 at 8:56 PM, P_Melas said:

Hello from Greece

 

I purchased a Master Liquid Lite 240 cooler about three months ago, intending to use it with either an Intel QX9650 or an Intel Xeon X5492.

At this time I am at the final assembly stage of the PC to be built and I am planning to put all hardware in an older (but really impressive) computer case, the Thermaltake Xaser VI VG4000BWS model, which provides the user with side perforated panels, ready to accept fans of 120 or 140 mm size (with some minor modification work) and - apparently - ready to accept the radiator and fans of the Master Liquid Lite 240 unit.

 

What I need to know is what is the optimum way of fans assembling:

- Is it a "blow in"

or

- A "blow out"?

 

Thanks for taking the time to look at my question.

Waiting for your response.

Good day again

 

I wonder if anyone has seen my post.

Can anyone help on this matter?

 

Thanks

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Took me two days install mine right. First, the instructions are weak. Second, the pump mount assembly for AM4 is too loose and would prefer a screw down system. Last, the chassis screw heads are too damn small for my Corsair C70 case but I hope its on tight enough now. 

 

Another gripe is the fan noise, louder than I like. I regret buying this :(

 

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Necramonium    1

Coolermaster needs to invest in better fans, they are trash, they are noisy, they make this odd rattling sound.

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