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Cooler Master Unveils its Nepton AIO Liquid Coolers

Cooler Master has launched two new CPU liquid coolers, the Nepton 140XL (RL-N14X-20PK-R1) and 280L (RL-N28L-20PK-R1). These coolers feature 140 mm and 280 mm aluminum radiators and are rated for an impressive heat dispersion of 300W.

Both coolers are factory filled and sealed "for immediate installation," including a thumb screw based tool-free mounting kit that supports virtually all recent AMD / Intel sockets and are advertised to provide "maintenance free operation" for the entire length of the pump's 70,000 hour lifespan.

Also included are "robust and extra thick FEP tubing" and a pair of Cooler Master JetFlo 140 mm PWM fans with a range of 800 to 2000 RPM and are capable of moving between 54 and 122.2 CFM of air.

Although Cooler Master has yet to provide final details on the Nepton 140XL's and 280L's pricing and availability, both CPU coolers are listed for "back order" on NCIX for $99.99 and $109.99, respectively.

  • spidey81
    ummm...shouldn't this read "Cooler Master Unveils its AIO Nepton Liquid Coolers for PCs"? I didn't see anything in the description showing how these are specifically made for AIO computers.
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  • stewartwb
    I'm guessing it's an All-In-One liquid cooler for PCs - the cooler is a complete sealed system for rapid installation.
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  • spidey81
    Yeah, that's what I was getting at. Funny how just transposing that changes the meaning of the whole article.
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  • thundervore
    This is great but why are they still using the outdated silly cup straw tubing?

    To top it off they sill never made an official statement as to why their Jetflow fans destroy Corsair AIO I series coolers when you connect them to the CPU block.
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  • someguynamedmatt
    Please, if you're going to grossly copy your news from TechPowerUp, at least make it look like you know what you're talking about. "Coolermaster releases new all-in-one liquid cooling solution" was their headline - this is just a case of poor journalism from someone who apparently doesn't know the subject matter... otherwise, we wouldn't have been told they just made a 240mm liquid cooler for what's basically a laptop. Go compare the two articles; it's obvious this was just copied from there while being sadly misunderstood. C'mon, Tom's, I know you're better than this.
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  • Novuake
    Hmmm if this as an improved pump it MAY be a viable option at that price range.
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  • halcyon
    I does look good
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  • horaciopz
    I'm really waiting for a cooler that can be upgraded with other hardware, like adding more radiators or blocks. These kind of sealed kits bores me.
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  • thundervore
    12052529 said:
    I'm really waiting for a cooler that can be upgraded with other hardware, like adding more radiators or blocks. These kind of sealed kits bores me.

    They already have that, SwiftTech H220. But Asetek became lawsuit happy and banded Swifttech from selling it state side. CoolerMaster then licensed the tech from SwiftTech and now sells rebranded H220s as the Glacer 240L .

    The only issue with it is that if you expand the loop you will have to drain the loop, connect your new blocks then add more coolant. If you are going to go through the trouble of doing this, you might as well go custom loop from the start.
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  • Rhinofart
    @ Thundervore. I have 3 of the Swiftech H220s as well as additional GPU blocks for my 5990s. All ordered from NCIX in Vancouver Canada. They will gladly ship down to the states. There is no ban on selling them up here.
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