Wednesday, December 16th 2020

Phanteks Announces Glacier One All-in-One Liquid CPU Coolers

Phanteks today announced their very first all-in-one liquid CPU coolers, the Glacier One 240MP, 240MPH, 280MP and 360MP. Developed in collaboration with Asetek, they are capable of cooling powerful CPUs while operating silently. The Glacier One is optimized to offer a noise-performance ratio that is best in class with the new silent Phanteks MP fans that now have a higher maximum RPM (2000-2200RPM). The new 120/140 MP PWM fans are premium cooling fans designed with radiators and heatsinks in mind and will also be available separately with the Glacier One launch.

The Glacier One coolers feature a tempered glass infinity mirror pump cap with smooth D-RGB lighting integration. There is also a white edition, the 240MPH, that comes with additional white HALOS D-RGB fan frames to light up the MP fans. The full cover pump cap has a low-profile design that can be mounted magnetically to the pump module to cover all mounting parts, which creates a clean and integrated appearance with the motherboard. Installation is a breeze thanks to the pre-filled all-in-one solution, better clearances, flexible braided tubing and Phanteks Tube Clips that help route the tubing and fan cables for a clean PC interior.
Cooled by Asetek, the new Glacier One is powered by the highly reliable Gen7 pump from Asetek. With their technical expertise and many years of experience, the Gen7 pump ensures reliable operation and cooling performance.

With the new Glacier One all-in-one liquid CPU coolers and the new MP PWM fans, Phanteks now offers a ready-to-use water cooling solution with a wide range of options for all chassis types.

Available: Mid December

Prices (MSRP):
  • Glacier One 240 MP - Black - $124.99 / €124.90 / £114.99
  • Glacier One 240 MPH - White - $149.99 / €149.90 / £134.99
  • Glacier One 280 MP - Black - $139.99 / €139.90 / £129.99
  • Glacier One 360 MP - Black - $169.99 / €169.90 / £154.99
  • 120 MP PWM Fan - Black / Black-White / White: $14.99 / €14.90 / £13.99
  • 140 MP PWM Fan - Black / Black-White: $16.99 / €16.90 / £15.99
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26 Comments on Phanteks Announces Glacier One All-in-One Liquid CPU Coolers

#1
DeathtoGnomes
Phanteks fans are pricey and I think worth it. I've been eyeing a new AIO, the one I have is going on 6 years old now.
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#2
aktpu
Asetek again? Meh
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#3
Chomiq
DeathtoGnomes
Phanteks fans are pricey.
Not really, they're priced pretty competitive, almost half of what you'd pay for Noctua.

120 MP - $14.99
140 MP - $13.99

Noctua A14 - $27.95
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#4
han32
aktpu
Asetek again? Meh
yup..another again
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#5
phanbuey
I find their 120MM fans to be extremely good, but their 140mm don't move enough air for AIO - very quiet but extremely anemic I have 2 in my rig. The Noctuas and Arctic Bionix 140mm tend to do much better overall.
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#6
Dave65
Love Phanteks cases, wonder how these AIO's will be.
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#7
bonehead123
Dammit....

I saw the word Glacier & got all hopeful that maybe, just maybe, someone, anyone, had finally come out with a 100% TRULY ALL-WHITE cooler for my next Snowblind build this spring... but then I clicked on the thread and what do I find ?????

Yet ANUTHA fuggly, multi-colored, r.friggin.g.friggin.b.friggin-ized clustercrap...

geezzusss is it REALLY that friggin hard ???

I do however like the shape/design of the pump block though, so at least there's that :)
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#8
shilka
Soon as i read Asetek i stopped reading and caring about these
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#9
Gmr_Chick
Just the other day I was thinking, "why doesn't Phanteks make AIO's" and today, BAM! :D :laugh:

Might have to see how these perform and then think about selling my H100i RGB PRO XT. It's the only non Phanteks source of cooling in my case, lol. And dare I say, I'm actually digging the white version of the 240!

I wish companies would make silver variants too, though, in addition to black and white.
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#10
Redkaliber
bonehead123
Dammit....

I saw the word Glacier & got all hopeful that maybe, just maybe, someone, anyone, had finally come out with a 100% TRULY ALL-WHITE cooler for my next Snowblind build this spring... but then I clicked on the thread and what do I find ?????

Yet ANUTHA fuggly, multi-colored, r.friggin.g.friggin.b.friggin-ized clustercrap...

geezzusss is it REALLY that friggin hard ???

I do however like the shape/design of the pump block though, so at least there's that :)
Just think outside the box dude. Get a white pastel marker, paint, spray can and color whatever you want white.
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#11
OppoTacos
No white 360 so I'll wait to see reviews.
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#12
Caring1
I'd like to see an A.I.O. with a 9cm blower style fan on top for the VRMs.
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#13
DeathtoGnomes
phanbuey
I find their 120MM fans to be extremely good, but their 140mm don't move enough air for AIO - very quiet but extremely anemic I have 2 in my rig. The Noctuas and Arctic Bionix 140mm tend to do much better overall.
are those 140mm the SP models?
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#14
phanbuey
DeathtoGnomes
are those 140mm the SP models?
I have the 140mm MPs -- those are the ones on my current rad as well -- they go up to 1600 rpm but that fan blade design they HARDLY push any air through the rad (Nemesis GTS rad, 16 FPI) even when i take my front panel off, and my temps are not great with them on (at least not great for a 280mm rad). Noise wise they are great, but I don't really want to watch my temps creep into the 90's when they could be in the low 80's.

For reference the MPs are:


The SPs are like this:


I haven't tried the SP's but they are limited to about 1200-rpm afaik, and that definitely won't be good unless you have a ton of radiator or you just want pure silence at all times.
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#15
Gmr_Chick
I have around 3 of the MP 120mm, all mounted on the front of my Evolv mATX. I like them but they do have a tendency to get a bit noisy sometimes. I was going to get a 140mm one for the rear but I just went ahead and made use of the rear fan that came with the case :)
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#16
Gruffalo.Soldier
I'm the only one
Gmr_Chick
I have around 3 of the MP 120mm, all mounted on the front of my Evolv mATX. I like them but they do have a tendency to get a bit noisy sometimes. I was going to get a 140mm one for the rear but I just went ahead and made use of the rear fan that came with the case :)
Does the evolv x matx have the lovely cable cover panels? just wondering, i have the full Atx version and love it to bits. i am using all corsair fans though with 3x140F in, 2x140T out and 1x140R out.
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#17
Gmr_Chick
tigger
Does the evolv x matx have the lovely cable cover panels? just wondering, i have the full Atx version and love it to bits.
It does not. Just various rubber grommets.
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#18
DeathtoGnomes
phanbuey
I have the 140mm MPs -- those are the ones on my current rad as well -- they go up to 1600 rpm but that fan blade design they HARDLY push any air through the rad (Nemesis GTS rad, 16 FPI) even when i take my front panel off, and my temps are not great with them on (at least not great for a 280mm rad). Noise wise they are great, but I don't really want to watch my temps creep into the 90's when they could be in the low 80's.

For reference the MPs are:


The SPs are like this:


I haven't tried the SP's but they are limited to about 1200-rpm afaik, and that definitely won't be good unless you have a ton of radiator or you just want pure silence at all times.
You might need to go with a push-pull on that radiator. Thats what I did and didnt have a problem when both gpu mining and ( what does SETI call it? I forget..) cpu folding(?) at the same time. But then again I have a larger case with exceptional airflow.
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#19
bonehead123
Redkaliber
Just think outside the box dude. Get a white pastel marker, paint, spray can and color whatever you want white.
So you are suggesting that I attempt to correct the mfgr's failure to comprehend the meaning of the word "WHITE" and/or "GLACIAL" by paying even moar money for paint/markers etc and then mucking around with what I would consider a half-assed work around....

errr, wrong answer DUDE :(
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#20
AnarchoPrimitiv
bonehead123
Dammit....

I saw the word Glacier & got all hopeful that maybe, just maybe, someone, anyone, had finally come out with a 100% TRULY ALL-WHITE cooler for my next Snowblind build this spring... but then I clicked on the thread and what do I find ?????

Yet ANUTHA fuggly, multi-colored, r.friggin.g.friggin.b.friggin-ized clustercrap...

geezzusss is it REALLY that friggin hard ???

I do however like the shape/design of the pump block though, so at least there's that :)
yeah, they're definitely needs to be more white options in PC hardware, I had to custom plasti dip many of my components (did it with a professional spray gun and a gallon of white plasti dip)
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#21
phanbuey
AnarchoPrimitiv
yeah, they're definitely needs to be more white options in PC hardware, I had to custom plasti dip many of my components (did it with a professional spray gun and a gallon of white plasti dip)
Plastidip is kind of awesome tho.
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#22
bonehead123
phanbuey
Plastidip is kind of awesome tho.
Yes it is, but it can be very messy if you don't have steady hands and/or pay close attention to how it flows as it starts to dry...

I use it on all my tools, on the handles/grips etc. I found that it works as good as those so called "electricans" tools that are specially coated to be non-conductive/shock proof AND are way more expensive compared to their lower-priced cousins :)
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#23
kapone32
phanbuey
I have the 140mm MPs -- those are the ones on my current rad as well -- they go up to 1600 rpm but that fan blade design they HARDLY push any air through the rad (Nemesis GTS rad, 16 FPI) even when i take my front panel off, and my temps are not great with them on (at least not great for a 280mm rad). Noise wise they are great, but I don't really want to watch my temps creep into the 90's when they could be in the low 80's.

For reference the MPs are:


The SPs are like this:


I haven't tried the SP's but they are limited to about 1200-rpm afaik, and that definitely won't be good unless you have a ton of radiator or you just want pure silence at all times.
The best Phanteks rad fans were these for some reason they are 3 times the price I paid for them in 2015. I have used the fans above and there is no contest between the 2 when it comes to rads.

www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00X5FZQBU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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#25
Gmr_Chick
bonehead123
So you are suggesting that I attempt to correct the mfgr's failure to comprehend the meaning of the word "WHITE" and/or "GLACIAL" by paying even moar money for paint/markers etc and then mucking around with what I would consider a half-assed work around....

errr, wrong answer DUDE :(
Well, yeah, that's exactly what he was saying, lol. If a part doesn't look the way you want, nothing wrong with customizing it. Within reason, of course - in other words, if you want a truly white motherboard where EVERYTHING is white, you're sadly out of luck when it comes to customizing it, because if you don't prep it EXTREMELY WELL, chances are good that you'll end up bricking the damn thing. But if you want your GPU shroud or whatever to be a different color, nothing wrong with busting out a spray can or two. My dad and I did exactly that with my Sapphire 280X Tri-X back in the day :pimp:
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