All about Sub-Zero Powered by Intel Cryo Cooling Technology

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  1. Dr. AMK

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    MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero Powered by Intel Cryo Cooling Technology


    No Sweat CPU Stress Test with CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-ZERO


     
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    I've seen a lot of people talking about how stupid they think the MasterLiquid ML360 Sub Zero is, but I think this thing is awesome.

    Sure, TEC cooling is not as efficient as phase change, but they neglect to compare the prices of the two solutions. Phase change cooling is extremely expensive, and TEC cooling can get you most of the way to the temps phase change can give you, so from a price/cooling performance standpoint, the MasterLiquid Sub Zero cooler rocks!

    Additionally, this thing is significantly more efficient than traditional TEC cooling. The TEC plate only fires up when needed. So in essence, this is a pimped out AIO water cooler.

    This cooler is definitely worth it since it significantly improves overclocking headroom, and costs much less than phase change cooling.
     
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    Here's some more info for your thread.... :)

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...ers-welcome-too.810490/page-969#post-11067573
    "So I ordered and installed the Cooler Master "Cyro" AIO cooler and so far I can't recommend it"

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...ers-welcome-too.810490/page-912#post-11057813
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    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...ers-welcome-too.810490/page-969#post-11067636
    "Sounds like it is great for benching with unregulated mode but for day to day clocks it is equal at best and subpar when pushed with much more fuss and muss"

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...ers-welcome-too.810490/page-911#post-11057746


     
  5. thewizzard1

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    Holy cow, that's expensive!!

    I'd MUCH rather go back to phase change if I had that kind of budget for a CPU (only) cooler, when a full loop is appropriate.

    Also, who is blowing $700 on gaming with a <100W processor?
     
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    I thought this thing was supposed to be $350 on release. When did it become $700?

    I remember reading somewhere that the MasterLiquid ML 360 Sub Zero was supposed to cost $350 upon release. I definitely wouldn't pay anywhere near $700 for a CPU cooling solution.
     
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    $350 is FAR more reasonable.
     
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    How does the MasterLiquid ML 360 Sub Zero compare to the EK Quantum Delta TEC? Does anyone know?
     
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