Cooler Master introduces PhD water cooler with two pumps

Cooler Master announced a series of new coolers during the Computex tech fair in Taiwan, including a new model in the MasterLiquid series of PhD water coolers. It is a dual pump model.

According to the manufacturer, the presence of two pumps with the MasterLiquid Dual Pump AIO should increase the flow rate of the coolant and the pressure on the cooling block. This would ensure faster dissipation of the CPU heat than with traditional coolers. The price and release date are still unknown.

Striking is the MasterLiquid Maker 240 New Edition. The manufacturer has modified the coolant reservoir for this version and added a pump that creates a vortex. RGB lighting means that this effect must be clearly visible in housings. The MasterLiquid Maker 240 New Edition will be released in October for a price that ranges between $300 and $350 in the US.

The MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage is a somewhat more traditional PhD water cooler. Cooler Master has used a transparent cover for a view of the impeller. Eight RGB LEDs are placed around it. The price at release in June is 140 dollars.

Cooler Master also introduces the MasterAir Maker 3DVVC. Instead of traditional heatpipes, this cooler has a vapor chamber in a U-shape with aluminum fins on both sides and two 140mm fans. Consumers will have to wait until December for this air cooler for CPUs, when it will cost $130.

For small form factor systems, Cooler Master brings the MasterAir G200P and G400P. The G200P with two integrated heatpipes has a height of 39.5mm and the G400P with four heatpipes measures 58mm in height. Both models come with a 92mm fan. They will be released in August for $40.