Is $350 too much for an Intel CPU cooler? The answer is probably yes

It’s well known that Intel has been working with Cooler Master and EKWB on some serious cooling, a tech it’s calling Cryo Cooling Technology for Intelligent Sub-ambient Cooling. But we hadn’t really paid attention to the costs involved in this new generation of Peltier chip chilling, something Sweclockers highlighted recently along with a February 25 European release date. You’re looking at around $350 (£395) for the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero Powered by Intel Cryo Cooling Technology—why use one word when ten will do.

The cooler certainly looks interesting, and while it’s designed exclusively for Intel chips, it’s already been seen keeping a Ryzen 9 5950X chilled. Such shenanigans aside, this is an impressive cooler that should keep even Intel’s hottest 14nm++ chips cool.