Cooler Master Nepton 240M – Review



I was really impressed at the cooling ability of the Nepton 240M. Even when stressed in a small case, the temperatures were well within reasonable temperature boundaries. Especially at idle where they excelled.

The noise of the cooler was minimal, and even when on full the fans themselves were exceptionally quiet.

A downside is the tubing, whilst flexible it is quite stiff and springy, which means in a small case it can be quite a handful to get it to do what you want. In the grand scheme of things it is apparent that function over form won out at Cooler Master and it is something that I really like to see. It is also backed by a 5-year warranty which will probably mean that the cooler itself will outlast the system it is fitted to.

Whilst I have to mark it down for  out of order fitting instructions, there is little else to fault. I do really like the soft glow of the Cooler Master on the top of the cooler as well.

I was pretty torn about what award to give it, but the performance was something that tipped the scales. So I am happy to give the Cooler Master Nepton 240M a DavePlays Choice and Gold Award.

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