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Cooler Master Seidon 120M to Reach Europe Next Month

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    Cooler Master today announced that its latest All-In-One (AIO) liquid cooler, the Seidon 120M, will become available in Europe around mid-December. Cooler Master's solution is factory filled with coolant and features a waterblock machined out of a single block of copper, a compact, 120 mm aluminum radiator, and a 120 mm Rifle bearing PWM fan that can operate at 600 to 2400 RPM (19 ~ 40 dBA sound output).

    The Seidon 120M supports Intel LGA 2011/1366/1156/1155/775 and AMD Socket FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2 processors and will cost €54.99.

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    I think that is such an ugly water block, to me the point of watercooling is to make your case look elegant and modern at the same time keeping everything cool.
     
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    Yea I'm not digg'n the look of that block... I wish they would have shown the rest of the mounting bracket.. Maybe it ties into the look some how and makes it look better.. I don't know
     
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    Here you go about the mounting system/bracket :

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    I like how the bracket is screwed to the pump instead of the lego indentions on other AIO coolers
     
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    Cooler master really disapointed me with this one,it was supposed to be modular and what is up with the cheap pastic tubing?
     
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    The Eisberg is the modular/legit water cooler by Coolermaster. This is their basic rebrand.

    Block seems like it was going for that industrial steampunk look.
     
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    Cheap plastic tubing? Dude, clearly you haven't followed these types of cooler much, as this is what almost all Asetek made models have used until the most ones that changed to a thick rubber tube. It's not plastic FYI, it's fibreglass reinforced tubing that was meant to reduce liquid leakage. Even Corsair is using the same kind of tubing on their non Asetek made gear (can't remember who's making at the top of my head now), so calling CM cheap when they're using the same as other all-in-one liquid coolers is just plain unfair.
     
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    Well corsair did something new with their new 60/80/100i coolers by having thick rubber tubes that definitely seem much higher quality than the ones on the original H100 I have. Also seems to be much cooler than the H100 on my gpu at least. H100 tested at 50+C on load. H60 currently at 44C load.
     
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    I know it's probably the same as the old H100 and such but man that style makes all the package look so cheap -.-
     
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    its nice to add some steampunk effect, like copper looks:D
     
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    Wants AIO CPU water cooling, but not necessary. :(
     
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    Got AIO CPU water cooling, but not necessity.

    got one for my gf's little bitfenix prodigy. running a core i5 2400 that can't even overclock on a mini itx, even air cooling is enough. but water cooling is more exotic...
     
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    I don't like this waterblock too. CORSAIR Hydro series is best for me.
    But few more things are on CORSAIR side, some of them are very important.
    If cooler start to leak coolant and burn some R4E, AX1200, and some HD7970,GTX680 what you want... chat with CM Support or with famous CORSAIR Techical Support who only want
    1.True
    2.Pictures of problems
    3.Describe of situation and patients and no problem

    I choose CORSAIR. But that is extreme situations and I don't expect that but CORSAIR coolers their system for holding pumps, package, screews, fans, leave better impression on me than all other all in one hydro coolers...it's more reliable on close look for me.
    My first H70 I can beg he will work for 10 years in some other comp. Performance is not amazing but it's solid, nice, reliable hydro cooler.
     
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