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Cooler Master Seidon 120M Liquid CPU Cooler Detailed

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  1. btarunr

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    Cooler Master's new line of liquid CPU coolers include the Seidon 120M. The self contained (closed-loop) cooler combines a 150.3 x 118 x 27 mm aluminum fin radiator with a copper micro-channel block. The radiator and block+pump unit are factory fitted with flexible tubes. The radiator makes use of a 120 mm 600~2400 RPM PWM-controlled fan with 19~40 dBA noise output. The pump, on the other hand, can be as loud as 17 dBA. The cooler will include retention modules for all popular CPU socket types, including AMD AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2, FM2/FM1, Intel LGA1155/1156, LGA2011, LGA1366, and LGA775. Pricing and availability information is not available.

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    the more choices the merrier for closed loop liquid cooling
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    not sure if Asetek rebadge

    (most likely not - It looks like it borrowed ideas from asetek and some of Corsairs closed loop coolers)
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    Pretty sure it asetek's OEM for stuff like the 620
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    it is......

    this sucks!!! i hope coolermaster is reading this.....they had a really cool lclcs in the works that had a removable pump, nicer rad, and NOT JUST ANOTHER ASETEK!!!

    thanx alot coolermaser......


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    Looks like it could be Asetek with a bit of modifications, such as the pump top, or simply Asetek inspired as FE mentioned.
    Whatever the case, I like how this pump is even lower-profile than the others and the top is translucent allowing you to see the control circuitry. Let's hope the pump performs well and a 2x120mm version is released.
  7. Dj-ElectriC

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    i want to see Asetek come out with two 2X120MM coolers, and two 3X120MM ones. Then ill be in peace with them.
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    (Po)seidon anyone?
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    IDK, the Asetek coolers have screws on the copper base. The mounting mechanism looks similar though.
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    Thats a negative.

    This is what their mounting system looks like

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    this cooler master will have a mounting system similar to some of the tower heatsinks out there im guessing.
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    They are still coming out with those watercooling system.
    The Seidon 120M is there own and a different market segmant, and not Asetek re-badge. Mounting is different, so is the cold plate.
    Coolermaster had something similar a few years back in CES.
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    Yep-thats exactly the same as i used to have on my last build, actually for 80$ it worked unreal, i had my corei5 2500k oc,ed to just over 5 ghz at one stage and it was quite stable. Thats not bad for 80$ really!!

    I like these closed systems frankly.
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    More rebrands however ...
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    Indeed, I have had the same experience with my 620. A great AIO liquid cooler.

    I must admit, at least cooler master's AIO LC looks a little different with the semi exposed cpu block. It's nice to see something different on the market.
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    this is DEF asetec....its not too tough to change your tooling around slightly to change the apperance of the device....

    however....the new mounting system looks easier to mod to a video card!!!!
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    I think this is not pure rebrand if the OEM was asetec.

    the mounting system little bit different, I guess CM remake or redesign it.

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    the package pretty good, include nice thermal paster maybe from CM

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    Will get one and check myself, might be CM's design yes.

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