Thursday, January 24th 2013

Cooler Master Unveils the Seidon 120XL/240M Liquid Cooling Systems

Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer, announces its new models to the liquid cooling market.

Easy Liquid Cooling with Advanced Performance
Seidon 120XL and 240M, designed from the ground up to be an extremely compact solution that is accessible to all. Affordable can often be a stigma, but quality remains a high priority with Seidon 120XL/240M. It has a high performance waterblock that is machined out of a single block of copper with special Micro Channels that maximize heat dissipation. The integrated pump / waterblock combo assist in saving valuable space around the CPU socket while providing performance and reliability that is similar to air-based CPU coolers. Operating between 600 and 2400 RPM, the included two 120 mm PWM fan ensures that there will be plenty of options for balancing performance and noise to a user's needs.


Simple Setup & Maintenance-Free
True to the All-In-One moniker, Seidon 120XL/240M is a self-contained unit that requires minimal setup for installation and use. The pump and radiator ship pressure tested, pre-filled, and sealed directly from the factory to provide maintenance-free operation for years. This ease of use extends to its support of the latest Intel and AMD sockets; including the latest Intel LGA 2011 and AMD FM2 sockets.

The Seidon 120XL/240M will be available on 22th January, 2013. Price and availability may vary by region.
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9 Comments on Cooler Master Unveils the Seidon 120XL/240M Liquid Cooling Systems

#1
micropage7

it looks like the other coolers with ugly block, why dont they place some cover on it at least so it looks better than this
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#2
Assimilator
Coolermaster is only a wee bit late to the AIO watercooling market. No 140mm rads?
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#3
Animalpak
only the fans seems to be good.
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#4
radrok
Man it seems one can never have enough of these AIOs, still the old trusty NH-D14 outperforms most of them.

One would have hoped they'd step up in performance instead of still being the same over and over... well it's gonna change with the H220 finally.
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#5
lZKoce
by: micropage7
it looks like the other coolers with ugly block, why dont they place some cover on it at least so it looks better than this
CM has been on the market for over 20 years. Most of their stuff they are famous for in the B2C market is oriented to the more budget-minded people. For the money they are going to ask for this AIO, that's what you get. If you want nice top cover go get Corsair new products. You get what you pay for. I am ok with it, since I don't look into my RIG every two minutes or so ;)
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#6
Initialised
These units are pretty good, comparable with Asetek, OEM and branded.
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#8
james888
Those kinda look like those CM R4 fans that I read were pretty bad.
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#9
yezzedman
by: lZKoce
CM has been on the market for over 20 years. Most of their stuff they are famous for in the B2C market is oriented to the more budget-minded people. For the money they are going to ask for this AIO, that's what you get. If you want nice top cover go get Corsair new products. You get what you pay for. I am ok with it, since I don't look into my RIG every two minutes or so ;)
that's really good point bro. :)
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