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MasterLiquid ML240R RGB LEAK PREVENTED

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LiquidMetal    0

 

I bought the MasterLiquid ML240R RGB 2 weeks ago I have a new pc with an 8700k  CPU this PC is mainly editing and rendering videos. I tried overclocking the CPU to 5 GHz and it worked I even got more 5.2 GHz but the temps were 90  when rendering so I got back to  5 GHz and the temps were between 65 to 75. Acceptable temps,I got what I want and moved on a few days later I noticed  a 30% jump at idle temp from 35 to 50 so I checked and  thanks god I checked I don't know why  but I went straight to the pump and  I noticed green water on 3 of the screws of the copper plate and some  between the copper plate and the plastic .I contacted support they were really fast I got a response same day to send it back from where I bought it and I did now i am waiting for a replacement to arrive in a few days. I am telling my story here so you can learn and be more cautious with AIOs in general.   

CollerMaster support was very good they did what they should do. 1cooler.thumb.jpg.3fa8cc9644bd0588fda79b0010b99d56.jpg2cooler.thumb.jpg.8d28933f67f59cf4c4188d0d3a731b8a.jpgDiVfiQqWAAEWweO.thumb.jpg.b0edbb3d077bf5c635409ae41eadf4e8.jpg

 

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Nikola    0

The fluid inside the cooler is not conductible, so it can not cause any damage.. if it does, You can always ask for refund on Coolermaster support.

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Had the same problem. Unfortunately the liquid is not only on the pump, also on the GPU and Mainboard.

At present I have opened a ticket for refund. So I am very interested in looking forward what is going on.

The parts are only 7 months old.

 

 

 

 

 

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Cecildiesel    0
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I just got home to my PC powered off. Tried to turn on, nothing. Took it apart and found the pump had leaked. Unfortunately, it also got on to the socket and in the socket. Cleaned it and let it dry under a fan for 12 hours, but no luck, at this time, my x470-i will not power on. 

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