MSI has supplied us with some new efficiency measurements of its upcoming MPG Coreliquid K360 AIO liquid cooler that was operating on an Intel Rocket Lake platform. The Coreliquid is a model new line of AIO coolers from MSI which will probably be competing towards different well-known and premium AIO manufacturers, primarily the ASUS Ryujin collection.
MSI Exhibits off Its MPG Coreliquid K360 AIO Cooler’s VRM Cooling Efficiency On Intel’s Rocket Lake Desktop CPU Platform
MSI unveiled its MPG CoreLiquid Ok collection AIO liquid coolers at CES 2021. Based on MSI itself, the Coreliquid Ok collection will are available each 240mm and 360mm variants and have a big 2.4″ LCD that customers can both customise with customized images/banners or let it show helpful info equivalent to temps, clocks, and many others. The lineup is particularly designed for Intel’s Ok-series unlocked CPUs equivalent to the present tenth Gen Comet Lake lineup and the upcoming eleventh Gen Rocket Lake chips.
The MPG Coreliquid Ok collection makes use of Torx Fan 4.0 which affords 20% greater air stress than the three.0 variant put in on the Coreliquid R collection. Along with the radiator followers, the primary pump additionally homes a 60mm Torx Fan 3.0 with dispersion fan blades providing cooling to the VRMs across the CPU socket. ASUS did an identical implementation on its Ryujin collection and MSI is claiming that its model affords higher cooling efficiency which is crucial for Intel Rocket Lake CPUs and the five hundred collection motherboards.
The primary pump has a number of vents round the primary casing by way of which the fan can blow air on the VRMs. Within the check which comprised of an MSI MEG Z590 Gaming Carbon WiFi motherboard & Intel’s Rocket Lake Desktop CPU, it’s proven that the MSI MPG Coreliquid K360 affords significantly better VRM temperatures than ASUS’s Ryujin 360. It is usually detailed that the MSI K360 was working with a VRM fan velocity of 3000 RPM whereas the ASUS Ryujin 360 had the VRM fan spinning at 3500 RPM which ends up in greater noise output.
In one other check, MSI makes use of an Intel Core i9-10900K on the identical motherboard & sees comparable outcomes. The truth that makes this comparability extra attention-grabbing is that the MSI Coreliquid K360 prices $269.99 US whereas the Ryujin prices $299.99 US. The MSI MPG Coreliquid K360 will probably be a part of the reviewers kit for the Intel Rocket Lake Desktop CPUs that MSI is sending out to the press. It’s going to function a Rocket Lake CPU, the mentioned cooler, an MSI MPG Z590 ACE motherboard. The cooler is anticipated to launch within the coming month.