After showing off the MAG CoreLiquid 240RH and 360RH at CES 2020 in January, MSI today announced the coolers alongside the 360R and 240R variants.MSI implemented a creative solution by putting the coolers’ water pumps into the radiator. According to MSI, this reduces vibrations and increases the life expectancy of the product. This design makes the water block itself a little simpler. The fans on the coolers spin at between 500 and 2,000 RPM, pushing up to 78 CFM. The loops are compatible with all modern CPU sockets. MSI hasn’t announced pricing for the MAG CoreLiquid series yet.