How well do you know MSI coolers? CoreLiquid E360 giveaway

What’s it about and how to participate

In collaboration with MSI, we’ve prepared a quick quiz for you to enter to win the MEG CoreLiquid E360, a powerful AIO liquid cooler with a 360-millimeter radiator. The only requirement is to correctly answer three questions that will either test the insight you have when it comes to MSI cooling stuff, or complement it. Either way, it’s not going to be anything complicated.

What’s it about…

For one lucky HWCooling reader, we have the MSI MEG CoreLiquid E360 CPU cooler (i.e., the variant with the 360mm radiator, which has three fans with ARGB LEDs on it). Supported platforms are AMD AM5, AM4, TR4, sTRx4 and Intel LGA 1700, 1200, 115x. More technical information is available on the MSI product pages.

…and how to participate

Email us your answers to the questions below and unless you get it wrong, your message will be entered into a random draw.

  1. Do you know when MSI released the first line of all-in-one liquid coolers for CPUs? Just specify the year and which line of coolers it is.
  2. Which of MSI’s AIO coolers use the high-end Silent Gale P12 fans to cool the radiator? In this case, it is necessary to list all models, that is, several size formats
  3. One last question about the cooler you’re trying to win: What material is the rotor of the fans on the CoreLiquid E360 made out of?

Send your contest entries to info@hwcooling.net with the subject MSI liquid coolers quiz answers until Tuesday 21 November 2023 (11:59 p.m. CEST). The winner can then be found the next day (22/11/2023) announced in a highlighted box below this text. Naturally in the format of an email with hidden characters. You can enter from anywhere in the world, we will deliver the prize to you anywhere. There are no geographical restrictions here. So good luck!

And maybe one more thing: For the sake of interest, you can write in your message whether you had to look up the answers or if you wrote them from memory. This is not a requirement though.

The winner (updated 11/22/2023): The contestant who answered the questions correctly and at the same time was lucky in the draw has the e-mail address z**m**.m**o@gmail.com. We are sending a message to the winner asking for details on the delivery of the MSI MEG CoreLiquid E360 cooler. The correct answers to the questions were as follows:

  1. 2020 (the year MSI released its first liquid AIO cooler designed for CPU cooling)
  2. MSI MEG CoreLiquid S360 (Apologies for the inaccurate question here. The Silent Gale P12 fans are only used by one MSI liquid cooler, so the possible number wasn’t really spot on)
  3. Acrylic. It was just as simple as that, but we’re glad you also pointed out the lower proportion of dust particles for the best lighting result

English translation and edit by Jozef Dudáš

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