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COOLER MASTER RL-MUA-EBU1 AQUAGATE Mini R80 / R120 Liquid Cooling System

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  • R80: 1800 - 3000 RPM R120: 800 - 2800 RPM R80: 53.499 CFM R120: 106.917 CFM
  • Radiator Dim. R80: 80 x 120 x 45mm R120: 120 x 160 x 35mm
  • Fan Dim. R80: 80 x 80 x 25mm R120: 120 x 120 x 25mm
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The Cooler Master RL-MUA-EBU1 AquaGate Mini R120 liquid cooling system is a fast and simple way to add the power of liquid cooling to your desktop. The three-in-one module comes fully assembled. The CPU water block heat sink, pump and tank are already connected with tubes to a radiator that fits into a 120mm fan bay at the back of your case. A 120mm fan attaches to the radiator, blowing heat off the fins and pushing it out of your system away from your other components instead of being trapped inside your case. The fan speed can be controlled manually to run from 800rpm up to 2,800rpm.

The universal retention module supports Intel Core 2 Duo, Pentium D, Pentium 4, Celeron and Celeron D, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core, AMD Athlon 64 FX, AMD Athlon 64 and Sempron processors. The combo also includes a CPU water block set, radiator, fan, thermal grease, anti-icing fluid and a water pipe.

  • newegg Easy to Install Cooling System The Cooler Master AQUAGATE Mini R120 Liquid Cooling System includes a water block, radiator, fan, thermal grease, anti-icing fluid and piping. These parts install in a snap and fit together with ease.
  • newegg Copper-Based Block The copper-based block maximizes heat absorption and transfer for amazing cooling abilities.
  • newegg Adjustable Fan Speed A bundled fan speed controller enables control of noise and fan speed for exceptional cooling and quietness.
  • newegg Universal Socket Compatibility As an all-in-one solution for PC systems, the Cooler Master AQUAGATE Mini R120 features broad compatibility with all AMD socket 754, 939, 940, 462 and Intel 478, 603/604 and 775 platforms.

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  • Larry B.
  • 4/10/2015 10:32:17 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsCOOLER MASTER RL-MUA-EBU1 AQUAGATE Mini R80 / R120 Liquid Cooling System

Pros: Probably the best Commercially/Mass-Produced liquid-cooling solution of it's day... the perfect setup for the newbie liquid cooler fiend... I guaranty it... and you should NOT over-tighten the processor/socket nuts because your PCB WILL Warp...and your cooling block (R80/R120) will lose appropriate contact with the processor.... I guaranty it. I have used these extensively since '05 - '06 and as long as you flush the loop(s) every 9-12 months, these systems will operate as intended... and Do Not connect them to Any Other 12V power connection, give the pump its own juice-source.

Cons: Too small of dia. tubing. Send More Tubing...

Other Thoughts: I bought 2 R80's and 1 R120 systems and ALL have done me well. One of the R80's is Still on a BFG Tech nForce 4 Ultra 939 board with a 7950 card that is also cooled by the R80. It's a nice All-Around Desktop system with alternative budget components from name brand manufacturers like Cooler Master, Swiftech and Koolance that give this liquid cooled Desktop System a small and quiet footprint. This system is running Windows 7 Professional x64 on a Velociraptor 80GB Enterprise Edition HDD with a WEI of:

Processor 4.3
Memory 5.2
Graphics 5.9
Gaming Graphics 5.8
Primary Hard Disk 5.9

System Specifications:

Antec VSK-4000 (Newegg purchase)
BFG Tech nForce 4 Ultra 939 (Newegg purchase)
AMD Athlon 64 FX-53 Clawhammer
eVga nVidia GeForce 7950 GT 512MB (Newegg purchase)
4GB OCZ DDR 400 Platinum (Newegg purchase)
WD800HLFS Velociraptor Enterprise Sata HDD - OS
WD2500YD Sata HDD - storage
Philips CD/DVD-RW Combo Optical Drive
Power Watcher 480 Watt w/Front Panel LED Readout
Cooler Master R80 Liquid Cooling unit w/adj. 120mm internal rear fan (Newegg purchase)
Swiftech MCW60 and MCW-RAMcool covering the eVga Graphics Card
Alpacool Cape Corp Coolplex Pro 10 Reservoir
Internal adjustable fan control for PSU exhaust fan (Newegg purchase)

Why do IDJUTS rate themselves of such HIGH Tech. knowledge, then come on here and slam products when they can't think out of the box? Newbs... spend time, then Spend Money!!!

hey, NEWEGG... Rock On.

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  • Bryan T.
  • 7/3/2012 3:56:56 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: I love this thing, idle is 28C & full load BF3 is just about 40C. That's on MAX Single 2g Nvida 570 Vcard. With x6 AMD 1100T CPU & 16g DDR3 1600 Not OC'd. Dang I wish I bought more of these back in 05. Can't find nothing that even comes close to what I get from this Beast! Nothing!!!

Cons: 120 fan mount, so u small cases out there this isn't a tiny thing. I have a 120 mounted outside of case & then I have the cooling unit & then I have a 120 fan on the inside WOW, Just blows My mind. How I can have my room temp at 80+ F & My cpu runs at 42c tops

Other Thoughts: New egg I beg ga ga ga You. This is & always will be the best out of the one's you carry now Unless Cool Master comes out with the same kind again. I'll eat them all up.

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  • Scott R.
  • 4/12/2007 3:13:24 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

2 out of 5 eggsdissapointing

Pros: none

Cons: this kept my e6300 idle at 45, at load 63c. i am not impressed

Other Thoughts: i now use a blue orb 2 and that is much better, it keeps my proc idle at 32 and loads at 43c.

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  • Mr. M.
  • 3/10/2007 3:37:21 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

2 out of 5 eggsNice idea but poor performance

Pros: Nice that it's all in one unit. It's really a neat idea to make watercooling easy.

Cons: Poor performance, needs a bigger radiator (R80). A friend gave me the unit after a replacement from a failed pump that leaked on his new 8800gtx!. I figured I'd try to compare performance to my Scythe Infinity. Not only is the R80 fan really loud at anythin over 25%, but performance wasn't much better than a stock HSF for the C2D E6600. My air cooled Scythe Infinity performs a good 5-8C better than this unit.

Other Thoughts: I'm still curious how this unit would do with something like a swiftech 3x120mm radiator inline, but I'm guessing the pump doesn't move that much volume.

Anyway, this unit does not keep up with the Scythe Infinity air cooler, so I removed it.

If your going to go water, you have to go all out I guess because the new tower HSF are better.

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  • Donna G.
  • 3/4/2007 7:11:48 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsGood, not perfect

Pros: Keeps my Athlon 3000 under 30c.

Cons: Loud fan, anoying when used with DFI boards where the ram slots are above the cpu, as you can't replace half the ram without removing the cooler first.

Other Thoughts: Good for a cheap liquid cooling setup.

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  • Daniel W.
  • 3/2/2007 2:17:12 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThis Cool! Real Cool!

Pros: KOOL!!!!
Nice and cool.Keeps my o/c AMD3700+ about 28c battling in FC, Halo, or HL2.
And quiet to.

Cons: NONE

Other Thoughts: It could be better if it did cpu and gpu all in one kit.

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  • 2/16/2007 5:56:32 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsI miss it!

Pros: Keeps the cpu really cool.

Cons: the pump died. i had it only for a few months. Its a defect. but i can't git it replaced cuz its out of stock!

Other Thoughts: this is a 120mm make shure your case has 120mm port. cuz i had 80mm case and i had to put holes in the back cuz the fan was too big. (note: when it's back in stock) new egg gave me my mony back so once agine new egg rocks! I never have problems with them.

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  • John U.
  • 1/4/2007 9:09:05 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsGood Cooling, Tricky Positioning

Pros: First of all this is a great product, and with the discount currently running on NewEgg, you can't go wrong. After 2 hour burn-in of thermal paste, I saw a 6c drop in case temp and 7c drop in CPU temp under 100% load, using F@H and OCCT running at high priority. Right now case idles @ 18c, and CPU @ 27c!!! Mind you I have good airflow through my case and my comp room is kept on the chilly side, but these are low temps. Air cooled temps were case 23c idle and CPU 35c idle.

Cons: Two small cons. One of the hoses arrived slightly crimped, a little massaging and it's only a cosmetic concern. The other is the positioning problems inside my case. Routing the radiator to the back was my option and I wasn't too worried about fit issues since I have a CM Centurion case (stock with rear 120mm exhaust). My problem came with finding the right orientation of the waterblock/pump. The only position it fits in is blocking the first two banks of ram on my mb. Hopefully won't be a problem and I knew this was a possibility as I saw another user had this same problem with another mb. Never had a problem with crucial ram so I don't think I'll ever need to take it out.

Other Thoughts: AMD 64 X2 3800+,2gig ballistix, nVidia 7900GS, Seagate 250 gig SATA-2, MSI Neo4-f Plat, other misc. goodies.

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  • Alexander F.
  • 1/2/2007 11:42:51 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsvery nice

Pros: First I would like to point out that I have a VERY HOT processor. I run a 940 pin AMD fx-53 that after some modification of my case and placing TWO fans to directly cooling the processor through a "pipe" w/ air from outside the case, I was able to get the proc temp DOWN(from about 160 w/ normal fan and frequent thermal shutdowns) to 61C/141F under load. I was concerned as to what this device could do. The rest of my setup seemed fine and I did not have a need to water cool the rest of the rig, so I gave it a shot. Under the same load as before it has achieved 48C/118F. I have the fan set at a steady 1500rpm, but it is capable of about 3000rpm(seems unecessary for me.) All-in-one solution for cooling HOT procs. If you've had your computer apart before, installation should be a snap.(just watch the manufacturer's demo on their site)

Cons: The instruction book in the box is worthless. The fan is a little noisey, but not too bad when I have it set at 1500rpm. It is MUCH quieter than the two high rpm fans I had cooling the proc before, so I can't really complain.

Other Thoughts: When the fan for the radiator is set on high, the "cpu fan"(the pump atop the proc) turns on and off like a thermostat. The pump turns on at 125F and shuts off when the proc reaches 113F(every five minutes). I was concerned about the constant fluctuation in temp so I turned the fan down to 1500rpm which seems to keep the pump running all the time and the temp at a constant 118F. The pump may fail faster but it's better than my board and proc. If the pump fails, the rest of the rig is capable of thermal shutdown so the proc won't fry.

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  • R H.
  • 1/2/2007 8:29:15 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice starter setup

Pros: No lapping necessary on heat sink. Idle temp drop of 8 degrees F, load temp drop of 13 degrees F.

Cons: Too much tubing for rear mount, must remove motherboard for installation of be creative.

Other Thoughts: I did not use the 120mm fan that came with the system after reading everyone's complaint about the noise. I mounted my radiator in the front of my P180 where the drive cage was with 2 120mm's in a push pull setup as on of the previous reviewers tried. My a8n32 deluxe with speed fan is controlling the pump and I am idling back to 1100rpm at idle and slowing the fans to 50% @ idle so the noise is low.

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