Friday, June 4th 2021

Phanteks Announces Glacier One 360MPH All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler

Phanteks today announced the all-white Glacier One 360MPH all-in-one liquid CPU cooler to the Glacier One lineup. The Glacier One 360MPH is capable of cooling powerful CPUs while operating silently. The triple fan radiator 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 (2000-2200 RPM).

The Glacier One 360MPH features a tempered glass infinity mirror pump cap with smooth D-RGB lighting integration. The new white edition Glacier One 360MPH 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, excellent RAM clearance, 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 provides reliable operation and high cooling performance. With their technical expertise and many years of experience, the highly reliable Gen 7 pump from Asetek ensures the best stability and longevity.
The Glacier One 360MPH will also support the upcoming LGA 1700 socket through Phanteks' customer support for users who purchase the Glacier
One 360MPH.

Availability: Early June 2021, MSRP: €199.90 / $199.99 / £176.90.
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11 Comments on Phanteks Announces Glacier One 360MPH All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
They could have at least made it more of a square cold plate to match the block rather than the circular one. The square would of had more surface coverage.
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#2
RealKGB
It's another ASETEK AIO, except with "LGA1700" support.
But not really. It seems that it'll be the same as ASETEK TR4 blocks, in that they don't do well.
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#3
bonehead123
Yet again, ANUTHA so-called "white" cooler that is not... hell, they even added "Glacier" to the name...shame on them :(

I generally like PT's stuff, and this one looks as well made as their other products, but still for $200, I should be able to get what 100% of what is being advertised instead of 99%... :)
They could have at least made it more of a square cold plate to match the block rather than the circular one
Yep, blame ASETEK, not PT for this nonsense :(
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#4
Dave65
FreedomEclipseThey could have at least made it more of a square cold plate to match the block rather than the circular one. The square would of had more surface coverage.
Yeah I don't like that round cold plate at all..
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#5
AnarchoPrimitiv
Wish they had all these white AIOs when I belt my pc....I just can't stomach replacing a working AIO with another one simply for aesthetics though
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#6
Caring1
Asetek might actually get the hint and make a pump with a square or rectangular face plate one day.
I like the look of this, but not with a round cold plate and no 280mm radiator.
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#7
Athlonite
Caring1Asetek might actually get the hint and make a pump with a square or rectangular face plate one day.
I like the look of this, but not with a round cold plate and no 280mm radiator.
Yeah probably right after Intel and AMD move to a Pyramidal form factor for CPU's
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#8
thegnome
Is it me or do the fans look more like 92mm's in a 120mm housing?
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#9
KainXS
It does look like that but those are just 120MM fans with frames on them for RGB effects. Its in the article too so.
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#10
Phanteks
thegnomeIs it me or do the fans look more like 92mm's in a 120mm housing?
The Glacier One 360MPH does come with 120mm fans (PH-F120MP) and includes Halos Fan Frame for the DRGB effect this way airflow performance of the fans will not be affected. Thanks
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#11
claes
PhanteksThe Glacier One 360MPH does come with 120mm fans (PH-F120MP) and includes Halos Fan Frame for the DRGB effect this way airflow performance of the fans will not be affected. Thanks
Is it Phanteks opinion that RGB affects fan performance? I’ve gotten this impression based on reviews but haven’t seen a 1:1 comparison (same fan tested with and without RGB).

If so, could you offer your impressions as to why?
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