Here at ThinkComputers we are no strangers to Cooler Master and their products, especially when it comes to their all-in-one liquid coolers. So here we are again with a new AIO from Cooler Master, the MasterLiquid 360 Atmos. No, there aren’t any surround sound speakers found on this cooler, but there are some pretty cool features included with the 360 Atmos, like an included lighting controller, SickleFlow Edge fans, and an updated pump housing design that steps up the aesthetics game quite nicely. With a few other changes here and there, the Cooler Master MasterLiquid 360 Atmos is poised to be the next generation in liquid cooling, so follow along as we take a closer look!
Special thanks to Cooler Master for providing the MasterLiquid 360 Atmos review sample!
Cooler Master is presenting this new cooler in a newly designed box layout, with the 360 Atmos housed in a rectangular cardboard box with a sleeve around it that features a product image and naming information on the top/front. This design gives potential buyers a good idea of what is to be expected visually from the cooler, and also highlights a few of the cooler’s features like ARGB lighting on the fans and pump housing.
The back of the box provides specification information, as well as a small list of features. Unfortunately the tiny font size and color make this information hard to read, which kind of negates the point of having this information on the back anyways.
Included with the MasterLiquid 360 Atmos is a variety of mounting hardware for multiple AMD and Intel sockets and mounting types, as well as warranty information and a card with a QR code to download the manual that also serves as the thermal paste spreader. Also included is a Y-splitter for the three included 120mm ARGB fans, as well as a tube of Cooler Master’s Cryofuze thermal paste.
I really liked the new packaging that Cooler Master used with this cooler, but I was pretty disappointed with how unprotected the pump and waterblock were – there wasn’t anything keeping it firmly in place.