Cooler Master Introduces the ML360 Sub-Zero with Build in TEC (by Intel)
Cooler Master is introducing the MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero, our revolutionary sub-ambient cooler featuring Thermoelectric Cooling (TEC). And yes, TEC is a rather energy-hungry solution, but perhaps that is manageble.
Together in collaboration with Intel, the ML360 Sub-Zero utilizes TEC with Intel Cryo Cooling Technology to achieve sub-ambient temperatures for greater cooling capabilities. This collaboration addresses the diversifying and growing community of gamers and power users. Intel and Cooler Master have joined to provide the exceptional solution to deliver colder silicon for higher overclocking frequenices at lower voltages and with improved system stability, amplifying your potential and breaking overclocking barriers. With these higher processing frequencies, enthusiasts can push performance further whether it is for in game experience or professional content creation.
The upgraded hardware features a water block with integrated TEC technology combined with the redesigned 2nd Generation pump, capable of achieving CPU temperatures previously unseen with any All-in-One (AIO) liquid cooler. The 360mm radiator works in unison with the enhanced pump to manage the full heat load of both the CPU and the TEC, delivering new overclocking experiences and gaming performance with ease.
The ML360 Sub-Zero featuring Intel® Cryo Cooling Technology mitigates the problem of condensation inherent to sub-ambient cooling using advanced algorithms, software, and hardware monitoring to make this better suited for the everyday gamer. Compact design, minimal isolation, local environmental monitoring, and intelligent control allow users to take performance right up to the edge with minimal condensation risk, even for extended durations. The intelligent controller also optimizes power consumption during low workloads and provides comprehensive safety and self-diagnostic measures to ensure stability and performance.
Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero
- 2nd Generation Pump – Enhanced pump delivers higher liquid flow for exceptional heat removal
- Thermoelectric Cooling – Integrated TEC device rapidly responds to variations in the CPU workload, cooling the CPU effectively and efficiently
- Intel® Cryo Cooling Technology – Unique combination of hardware, software, and firmware designed to help unleash elite performance for gamers, overclockers, and content creators
- Software Enabled – User-friendly software easily fine-tunes the TEC performance for a customized cooling solution
- 360 mm Radiator – Enlarged surface area combined with three SF120 fans eliminate heat quickly and efficiently
The MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero will be available for purchase from the end of November for a starting MSRP of €349.99.
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The terms Peltier and thermoelectric (TEC) cooling have brightened the eyes of many would-be overclockers over the years, with the promise of sub-ambient cooling under the highest of loads. But with these solutions often came the demand for required liquid cooling systems and a dedicated power supply to in order to operate, keeping them off the list of best CPU coolers for most people. The thermoelectric cooling of yesteryear was certainly interesting and saw scattered use in the most committed of overclocking and cooling forums on the web.
Enter the Cooler Master ML360 Sub-Zero, a 360mm AIO with a built-in thermoelectric cooling plate powered by an 8-pin auxiliary adapter from a standard PSU. If your power supply has the rating and available power cables, it can support this cooler in your build. Well, your system also has to be an Intel 10th Generation Intel CPU seated in a socket LGA1200 motherboard, since the Sub-Zero is limited to a specific list of hardware. Support for Rocket Lake-S will of course come once those CPUs arrive.
Ironically, while the cooler is advertised as being a Cooler Master and Intel partnership, which encourages the use of Intel’s powerful desktop overclocking software suite, Cooler Master recommends against overclocking powerful i7’s and i9’s with this cooler and suggests sticking with single core overclocking or factory boost speeds. It performs well in some respects, but this isn’t the uber-overclocking device that enthusiasts have dreamed of with peltier coolers of the past.
The Cooler Master ML360 Sub-Zero looks the part of an ultra-high end cooling solution, with its sleek blacked-out design and a touch of opulence from the chromed Cooler Master silhouette logo across its brushed pump face. A single LED indicator light illuminates the lower corner of the pump housing, offering the working status of the cooler’s Peltier cooling system. HAL-9000 would be proud.
|Thickness||1.10" / 27.9mm (2.25" / 57.15mm w/fans)|
|Width||4.75" / 120mm|
|Depth||15.5" / 394mm|
|Pump Height||3.75" / 95.3mm|
|Cooling Fans||(3) 120 x 25mm|
|Connectors||(4) 4-Pin PWM,|
|(1) 3-Pin tach,|
|Weight||82.5 oz / 2340g|
|Intel Sockets||LGA1200 (only)|
Box contents for the ML360 Sub-Zero include just enough mounting hardware for Intel’s LGA1200 platform CPUs, allowing for the Peltier unit atop the CPU socket to have the tension screws integrated into the housing. A motherboard backplate, threaded standoffs and SATA power cable are included to keep things mounted and powered up, while a micro USB to 9-pin header provides the link to your best motherboard. For now at least, software support with Intel’s Cryo Cooling Technology is limited to the following silicon: i5-10600K, i5-10600KF, i7-10700K, i7-10700KF, i9-10850K, i9-10900K and i9-10900KF.
Cooler Master covers the ML360 Sub-Zero for a warranty period of 5 years.
The ML360 Sub-Zero makes use of an integrated Peltier or thermoelectric cooler (TEC), a specialized semiconductor which makes use of DC current to create a temperature differential between specific electrical junctions, using high volumes of current. In short, one side of a Peltier gets very cold while the other gets quite hot. The ML360 Sub-Zero relies on the cold side to maintain cooling against the integrated heat spreader (IHS) of the CPU, while the hot side is cooled by the rest of the AIO cooler itself.
As an example, the cooler can easily get idle CPU temps down to actual freezing temperatures, far below ambient room readings. Normal air or liquid cooling can never allow a processor to reach sub-ambient temperatures due to the physics involved, but phase change and thermoelectric cooling makes this possible.
Requiring the use of an 8-pin auxiliary power, often used to power graphics cards, the ML360 Sub-Zero uses DC power from your power supply to power the thermoelectric Peltier cooling unit. This also requires a beefy power supply, as the cooler alone is rated to draw up to 200w by itself. So make sure to account for overall system load usage and count on investing in a high-quality, high-wattage power supply.
The base of the ML360 Sub-Zero ships with a pre-applied patch of thermal compound over a base shaped like a copper pyramid with a leveled, plateau face. Power cables from the Peltier DC controller extend down the side of the cooler, where they meet the TEC at the base.
The perimeter of the cooler features an integrated rubber boot, which is designed to create a barrier or curtain around the CPU socket once the cooler is installed. This is meant to prevent comparatively warm ambient air from circulating near the base of the copper cold plate, allowing condensation to collect near the motherboard socket. This has long been the danger of Peltier coolers, as temperature differentials causing water to form on exposed electrics is obviously very bad. The angled copper base is the area where the greatest threat of condensation or frost collection might occur and possibly drip onto motherboard circuitry below. Hence the rubber barrier around this area.
Cooler Master utilize a new pump design, which is situated in-line between the Peltier unit and radiator. The pump itself is quite significant in both size and mass, giving every indication that it is far more powerful than what is used in standard, everyday AIOs. In fact, when accounting for noise levels, strength of vibrations and tubing pulses, it appears to encroach into custom watercooling pump territory, although this claim would require several standalone tests to confirm.
A trio of 120mm PWM fans and an aluminum radiator make up the heat exchanger portion of the ML360 Sub-Zero. The cooling fans are devoid of any aRGB/RGB lighting effects, sticking instead with a stealth theme for discreet sub-ambient operation.
The flattened of the cooler is expertly milled to rest atop your favorite Intel LGA1200 socket CPU.
This milled base provides for a quality mount for the ML360 Sub-Zero, making for an even distribution of thermal compound when tension is applied during the cooler installation.
With the ML360 Sub-Zero up and running and with Intel’s Cryo Cooling Technology software installed, operation of the thermoelectric cooler is relatively simple. Select the service icon in the taskbar and choose whether to run in Cryo or Unregulated mode.
Cryo mode is the standard cooling mode when the system is under standard loads, beyond idle desktop or light web browsing. The Peltier unit will cycle into this mode and briefly off as needed based on environmental variables to maintain system safety and prevent condensed water from collecting.
Unregulated mode allows the cooler to operate to full effect, which does prompt a warning box that condensation could collect around the cooler and the motherboard, causing permanent damage. In short, clicking the box to acknowledge this warning is the electronic form of signing a waiver and understanding the consequences. Unregulated mode is typically reserved for brief sessions of cooling where an all-out assault on thermals is required.
As 360mm coolers go, the Cooler Master ML360 Sub-Zero radiator fits a normal mount location as any other AIO we’ve tested. The standalone pump uses a pair of machine screws to mount within a set of standard chassis eyelets. While USB link cables are rather common for many AIOs, having an additional power cable running to your cooler adds a bit of extra clutter to an otherwise uneventful installation.
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CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-ZERO, Thermoelectric Cooling (TEC) AIO CPU Liquid Cooler Powered by Intel Cryo Cooling Technology, 2nd Generation Pump, 360 Radiator for Intel LGA 1200
Pros: Large surface area radiator. Hardware for any type of CPU. 140mm fans are virtually silent. Flexible tubing. ARGB pins and manual controller (if needed)
Cons: No pre-applied thermal paste on the CPU cooler Directions for ARGB manual plug not included No RGB on fans (not really a negative for me personally)
Overall Review: Having installed this cooler just yesterday 5/3/2021 on an i9 9900k, I am already super impressed. I do not have any pump noises or trickling water sounds as some people have mentioned in their reviews, and my idle temps are down to 27c which is fantastic, but I haven't tested much in the way of games yet. The CPU block is extremely nice as far as I can tell. It can be mounted with the hose attachments in any position that you like. The hoses are flexible and swivel on the block quite a bit. I couldn't mount the radiator on the ceiling of my case, so I had to do it on the front intakes, but it looks and performs great! I would highly recommend this product to anyone who is looking for a good cost-effective 280mm AIO. I love it.
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The Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-Zero is a new all-in-one CPU liquid cooler. It is actually one of the first Thermoelectric Cooling (or TEC for short) products to use the Intel Cryo Cooling Technology. You can check out this guide to find which PC cases, power supplies and motherboards are compatible with the ML360 SUB-Zero.
MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-Zero Compatible PC Cases
You can check out a list of compatible PC cases for the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-Zero AIO CPU liquid cooler below:
- Cosmos C700M
- Cosmos C700P Black Edition
- MasterBox CM694
- MasterBox MB511 (all variants)
- MasterBox MB520 (all variants)
- MasterBox NR600P
- MasterCase H500M
- MasterCase H500P (all variants)
- MasterCase SL600M (all variants)
- MasterCase TD500 (all variants)
For the Cosmos C700M, Cosmos C700P Black Edition, MasterCase H500M and all variants of the MasterCase SL600M, Cooler Master recommends using the top panel for installation. The fans can be below the radiator (push) or above the radiator with the frame sandwiched in between.
For the MasterBox CM694 and MasterBox NR600P, the ML360 SUB-Zero must be put on the top panel with fans mounted above the frame as it will pull air from the radiator fins. The radiator should be mounted below frame (sandwiched).
The older versions of the MasterBox MB511 and MasterBox MB52 cases only support front panel mounting. The new ARGB versions of the MB511 and MB52 come with an additional top panel mounting option.
Last but not least, the older versions of the MasterCase TD500 only support front panel mounting for the MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-Zero. The newer ARGB, Crystal and Mesh variants feature an additional top panel mounting option for the cooler.
MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-Zero Compatible Power Supplies (PSU)
You can take a look at a list of compatible power supplies for the MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-Zero all-in-one liquid CPU cooler below:
- MasterWatt 450
- MasterWatt 550
- MasterWatt 650
- MasterWatt 750
- MasterWatt Maker 1200
- MasterWatt Maker 1500
- MWE GOLD 550 (all variants)
- MWE GOLD 650 (all variants)
- MWE GOLD 750 (all variants)
- MWE GOLD V2 550 (all variants)
- MWE GOLD V2 650 (all variants)
- MWE GOLD V2 750 (all variants)
- MWE GOLD V2 850 (all variants)
- V850 Platinum
- V1000 Platinum
- V1200 Platinum
- V1300 Platinum
- V550 Gold (all variants)
- V650 Gold (all variants)
- V750 Gold (all variants)
- V850 Gold (all variants)
- V1000 Gold (all variants)
Cooler Master recommends pairing the ML360 SUB-Zero with a PSU that has at least 750W. The amount of power needed depends on the requirements of your other computer components.
MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-Zero Compatible Motherboards
You can find a list of compatible PC motherboards for the MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-Zero AIO CPU liquid cooler below:
- ASRock Z490 Steel Legend
- ASRock Z490 Taichi
- ASRock Z490 Velocita
- Asus Maximus XII Apex
- Asus Maximus XII Extreme
- Asus Maximus XII Formula
- Asus Maximus XII Hero (Wi-Fi)
- Gigabyte Z490 Aorus Master
- Gigabyte Z490 Aorus Ultra
- MSI MEG Z490 ACE
- MSI MPG Z490 GAMING CARBON WIFI
- MSI MEG Z490 GODLIKE
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