Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Seidon 120M
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Cooler Master Seidon 120M CPU Cooler Review
6 June 2013
Summary: The Cooler Master Seidon 120M is an entry-level liquid cooling system, easy to install and fits virtually any case. It equals the performance of the high-end air coolers, and the price tag is also comparable.
Summary: Back when we were wee students, looking at overclocking rigs with watercooling systems in place was like looking at the insides of a race car. The intricate cabling work, and the numerous pipes flowing in and out of the casing, made it look as if you needed to know rocket science to know what’s...
Pros: Very easy to install, Great cooling, Factory-filled with coolant
Conclusion: Whether or not the Seidon 120M is right for you will naturally depend on the setup you're running. LGA1155 users will find plenty of tower air coolers that offer a much better compromise between price, noise and performance than Cooler Master's budget closed-loop-cooler.
Excerpt: Water cooling, once the preserve of the pro/enthusiast is becoming more mainstream. With prices falling and mounting systems becoming simpler AIOs are starting to catch the eye of those of us who think of ourselves as mere mortals.
Excerpt: 10 Flares 10 Flares × Aiming to stamp their authority in a rapidly-growing market, the trio of ‘Seidon’ units represents Cooler Master’s first range of globally-available, new-generation all-in-one liquid CPU coolers.
Summary: Suyla soğutma sistemlerinin hem çok pahalı, hem de çok zahmetli oldukları dönemler geride kaldı. Bu sistemleri merak edenler artık firmaların kullanıma hazır şekilde satışa sunduğu sistemleri alıp sistemlerine kurabiliyorlar.
Excerpt: Cooler Master hat mit der Seidon 120M eine All-in-One-Wasserkühlung auf den Markt gebracht, die mit einem 120-Millimeter-Radiator sowie einem Lüfter derselben Grösse ausgestattet ist und über einen äusserst konkurrenzfähigen Preis verfügt.