MasterLiquid ML360 SUB-ZERO | Cooler Master
MASTERLIQUID
ML360 SUB-Zero
Silicon Performance
The thermal properties of silicon suggest the possibility of achieving higher frequencies at lower voltages.
Thermal Limitation Temperature limit for system stability
Theoretical Limit Temperature at which silicon performance decreases
Silicon Limit Operational workload relative to temperatures
*Graph provided above illustrates theoretical concept
Gaming Performance
The ML360 Sub-Zero works with Intel Cryo Cooling Technology to achieve higher frequencies at lower voltages during single or dual core overclocking while maintaining system stability.
*Results may vary between CPU and specific overclocking settings. Overclocking is not guaranteed
Cryo-Clocking
Cryo-Clocking pushes the thermal limitations of silicon to achieve higher CPU frequencies at lower voltages. The MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero breaks these barriers only achievable through sub-ambient temperatures accomplished with our cooler.
ML360 Sub-Zero
Temp
Clock Speed
360 AIO
Temp
Clock Speed
*Results may vary between CPU and specific overclocking settings. Overclocking is not guaranteed
Cryo Cooling and OC TVB is a new approach to overclocking unachievable with traditional cooling solutions.
Maximum frequency is attainable at the coldest possible temperatures of silicon. Cryo-Clocking aims to reach maximum frequency instead of maximum power.
CPU Power Range
Under 100 W
100 to 180 W
180 to 230 W
Over 230 W
Scenario Example
Most Games require Lightly Threaded Workloads
Some Games that require Moderate Workloads
Benchmark (Cinebench / Prime95) on Stock Clock Speeds all-core
Benchmark (Cinebench / Prime95) on OC Clock Speeds all-core
Cryo Performance
vs.
Liquid Cooler
CPU ~ 20-30 °C cooler
CPU 5-20 °C cooler
CPU <5 °C cooler
Parity with Liquid Cooler
ML360 SUB-ZERO Powered
Intel® Cryo Cooling Technology
The MASTERLIQUID ML360 SUB-ZERO cooler is exclusively powered by Intel Cryo Cooling Technology, a unique combination of hardware, software, and firmware designed to help unleash elite performance for gamers, overclockers, and content creators.
HOW IT WORKS
SETTING UP OVERCLOCKING ON YOUR CPU
Overclocking your CPU doesn’t have to be complicated and can be achieved in 2 basic ways:
Overclocking through BIOS Settings
OR
Using Intel XTU Software
(For more info on downloading and setting up XTU software, click the link below)

click here!
compatibility
Case
Series
Model
Remarks
COSMOS Series
COSMOS
C700M
C700P BLACK EDITION
top panel is recommended, fans can be either mounted below radiator (push) or above the radiator with the frame sandwiched in between for additional clearance from motherboard’s components
MASTERCASE Series
MASTERCASE
SL600M (+ variants)
H500M
H500P (+ variants)
top panel is recommended, fans can be either mounted below radiator (push) or above the radiator with the frame sandwiched in between for additional clearance from motherboard’s components
MASTERBOX Series
MASTERBOX
NR600P
CM694
MB511 (+ variants)
MB520 (+ variants)
TD500 (+ variants)
only at top, fans mounted above frame, pulling air from the radiator fins, radiator mounted below frame (sandwich)
older versions only allow for front panel mounting, “ARGB” version allows also for top panel mounting
older versions only allow for front panel mounting. “ARGB”, “Crystal”, “Mesh” version allows also for top panel mounting
Power Supply (PSU)
Series
Available Wattage
MASTERWATT MAKER
1500 / 1200
MASTERWATT
750 / 650 / 550 / 450
MWE GOLD
(+ variants)
750 / 650 / 550
MWE GOLD V2
(+ variants)
850 / 750 / 650 / 550
V PLATINUM
1300 / 1200 / 1000 / 850
V GOLD (+ variants)
1000 / 850 / 750 / 650 / 550
Recommended wattage of 750W or more. Dependent upon system components and their requirements
Motherboards
Manufacturer
Models
Gigabyte
Z490 Aorus Master
Z490 Aorus Ultra
MSI
MPG Z490 GAMING CARBON WIFI
MEG Z490 ACE
MEG Z490 GODLIKE
ASRock
Z490 Velocita
Z490 Steel Legend
Z490 Taichi
Asus
Maximus XII Apex
Maximus XII Extreme
Maximus XII Formula
Maximus XII Hero (Wi-Fi)