Cooler Master Seidon 120V (Pc liquid cooling) £35 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Hi all

Here is a closed loop liquid cooling set at a amazing low price of £35 great for making the jump to liquid cooling , its almost as cheap as a lot of the air based coolers but provides overall cooling cpu temps as seen in the many positive reviews

Thought this was a great price for liquid cooling , hope you guys do to
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#1
Does seem a good price indeed. Any thoughts on whether this is likely to work in a Antec Fusion case? Quite limited for room
1 Like #2
J400uk
Does seem a good price indeed. Any thoughts on whether this is likely to work in a Antec Fusion case? Quite limited for room
Coolermaster Seidon 120V Liquid Cooling System Review
#3
Hot, but make sure you have a 120mm fan hole close to the component you are heatsinking.
#4
what does "but provides overall cooling cpu temps" mean?
#5
tapi
what does "but provides overall cooling cpu temps" mean?

Means it provides better cooling than a stock cooler, pretty much the same as all aftermarket coolers but highend air coolers (eg. Noctua NH-D14) will be better than a low end AIO watercooler.
#6
Tests show this to perform similarly to the hyper 212 evo when under load. I bught one of these instead of a 212 evo as it's smaller and doesn't look ugly.

I paid £36.50 and I've seen a massive reduction in my cpu temperature compared to with stock cooler.
#7
rikkif1990
Tests show this to perform similarly to the hyper 212 evo when under load. I bught one of these instead of a 212 evo as it's smaller and doesn't look ugly.

I paid £36.50 and I've seen a massive reduction in my cpu temperature compared to with stock cooler. It's also very quiet and easy enough to install.
1 Like #8
rikkif1990
Tests show this to perform similarly to the hyper 212 evo when under load. I bught one of these instead of a 212 evo as it's smaller and doesn't look ugly.

I paid £36.50 and I've seen a massive reduction in my cpu temperature compared to with stock cooler.

Well don't keep us guessing what reduction in temps have seen. Gawd talk about half - a - story!
#9
Graham1979
rikkif1990
Tests show this to perform similarly to the hyper 212 evo when under load. I bught one of these instead of a 212 evo as it's smaller and doesn't look ugly.

I paid £36.50 and I've seen a massive reduction in my cpu temperature compared to with stock cooler.

Well don't keep us guessing what reduction in temps have seen. Gawd talk about half - a - story!

Using it with Phenom 955. Idle temps were average 45 degrees with stock cooler and also very noisy. Under load, it was taking the wee wee at 58 degrees and incredibly loud. With this, Idle temps are around 32 degrees, under load no higher than 45 degrees, and it's much quieter. That's a pleasingly big difference. But I'm not doing anything fancy or overclocking. I find that I do need to vacuum the radiator every once in a while or there is a noticeable performance decrease (with dusty radiator, idle temps are about 40 degrees). But my room is very dusty.
#10
Isn't this its average usual price? See a few online shops selling it at this price or lower...
#11
Got one of these a few months ago, and will never go back to a fan cooler again. Loads more room in case compared to fan cooler and temps slashed down to 32deg idle and around 48deg full load thats a reduction of upto 15deg lower.
#12
ra786
Graham1979
rikkif1990
Tests show this to perform similarly to the hyper 212 evo when under load. I bught one of these instead of a 212 evo as it's smaller and doesn't look ugly.

I paid £36.50 and I've seen a massive reduction in my cpu temperature compared to with stock cooler.

Well don't keep us guessing what reduction in temps have seen. Gawd talk about half - a - story!

Using it with Phenom 955. Idle temps were average 45 degrees with stock cooler and also very noisy. Under load, it was taking the wee wee at 58 degrees and incredibly loud. With this, Idle temps are around 32 degrees, under load no higher than 45 degrees, and it's much quieter. That's a pleasingly big difference. But I'm not doing anything fancy or overclocking. I find that I do need to vacuum the radiator every once in a while or there is a noticeable performance decrease (with dusty radiator, idle temps are about 40 degrees). But my room is very dusty.

Im very tempted to make the switch from the heat sink and fan to a closed water cooler. I currently have Corsair Cooling Air A70 on a AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Black Edition. Idle is 29 degrees and on load around 40 degrees. Im unsure if im going to see much difference?
#13
Graham1979
rikkif1990
Tests show this to perform similarly to the hyper 212 evo when under load. I bught one of these instead of a 212 evo as it's smaller and doesn't look ugly.

I paid £36.50 and I've seen a massive reduction in my cpu temperature compared to with stock cooler.

Well don't keep us guessing what reduction in temps have seen. Gawd talk about half - a - story!

I was about to watch Hannibal so I rushed my post :)

With my stock AMD cooler my temperature while idle was about 28-30 and under load reached 55+ degrees. With this, my idle temperature is usually around 18 degrees and with a Prime 95 test it's about 42 degrees. This is for my overclocked fx 6300 @ 4GHz.

I've read some reviews from people stating that they haven't seen a reduction in temperatures. Those that say this clearly haven't fitted it correctly.

Edited By: rikkif1990 on Jun 29, 2014 10:31
#14
Is this louder than air coolers, I have hyper 212 EVO, would it make much difference?
#15
jbleakley93
Is this louder than air coolers, I have hyper 212 EVO, would it make much difference?
I can only hear a slight noise if I put my ear right near my case. I don't think you'd see much improvement over a hyper 212 evo as from what I've read, they're about on par.
banned#16
jbleakley93
Is this louder than air coolers, I have hyper 212 EVO, would it make much difference?

It would be louder than the Hyper cooler you have because you also get pump noise and vibration with these coolers. I'd stick with what you have.
#17
Can this be fitted into a HP Probook 4530s? Sorry I am a novice in this area and got a replacement for this heating machine already but wanted to know if I could still make it work somehow.
#18
Can this be fitted into a HP Probook 4530s?

No, sorry- you'd have to completely remodel the machine in order to make it work, and it would no longer function as a laptop, but as a desktop. Have you tried putting it on a laptop cooler with a built-in fan? Or replacing the fans?
#19
Can't say i've used this cooler but seeing the difference my h90 made (now upgraded to an h110) this is a great budget AIO, bigger fan than most air coolers in the price range so its therefore able to run quieter while pushing the same airflow. Also helps a lot for people that have big RAM heatspreaders and want to occupy 4 slots, a lot of £30+ air coolers are huge and cause interference. Don't forget it also gets the hot air out of the case (when mounted that way) rather than an air cooler.


Would 100% replace the fan though, a Corsair SP120 if you're not fussed.

Although this price isn't actually that cheap imo, they've been £28
#20
Replace the fan with one of these http://www.tekheads.co.uk/product/Noctua-NF-P12-1300-120mm-1300-RPM-Quiet-Case-Fan_12214.html

Noctua make amazing fans and that is a steal at a tenner I paid £16 each for mine a year ago.
#21
wonkypops
Can this be fitted into a HP Probook 4530s?

No, sorry- you'd have to completely remodel the machine in order to make it work, and it would no longer function as a laptop, but as a desktop. Have you tried putting it on a laptop cooler with a built-in fan? Or replacing the fans?

Thanks for your response. I have not tried much just opened the back cover and tried a vacum to suck the dusts. Probably the thermal paste need to be applied again. I am not that much of a laptop mechanic... so have not gone beyond because this HP model requires dismantling everything to maintain.
#22
Matty1255
Replace the fan with one of these http://www.tekheads.co.uk/product/Noctua-NF-P12-1300-120mm-1300-RPM-Quiet-Case-Fan_12214.html

Noctua make amazing fans and that is a steal at a tenner I paid £16 each for mine a year ago.

You forgot delivery.
#23
rev6
Matty1255
Replace the fan with one of these http://www.tekheads.co.uk/product/Noctua-NF-P12-1300-120mm-1300-RPM-Quiet-Case-Fan_12214.html

Noctua make amazing fans and that is a steal at a tenner I paid £16 each for mine a year ago.

You forgot delivery.

Still cheapest around even with delivery, if I remember rightly Scan and OCUK both charge something like £4.50 for delivery, Dabs and Ebuyer both hold the item with their super saver postage option for 3 days then send it out as next day on the 4th day so you receive it on the 5th day.

Scan,OCUK dabs and Ebuyer are all £16+ for the fan without delivery, even the cheapest on ebay is £15.80 with delivery.
#24
xela333
jbleakley93
Is this louder than air coolers, I have hyper 212 EVO, would it make much difference?

It would be louder than the Hyper cooler you have because you also get pump noise and vibration with these coolers. I'd stick with what you have.

Replaced my 212 Evo about 2 months ago very similar cooling but under loaded noisier the fan ramps right up, when I get some time I will replace the fans for silent ones.
#25
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKxdpE79Lpk

Here is a vid of this cooler on a 4670k O/C'd to 4.4 Ghzm with prime95. I sold it the other day for £ 30 :). Definitely worth the cash.
1 Like #26
CreepingI3arrage
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKxdpE79Lpk

Here is a vid of this cooler on a 4670k O/C'd to 4.4 Ghzm with prime95. I sold it the other day for £ 30 :). Definitely worth the cash.

Testing the heat of a CPU after a few minutes isn't enough. You should run it over 6/12/24 hours and then show us the temp.
#27
I used to think Noctua was very good, but they're quite middling in performance when it comes to fans.

Edited By: imdurc on Jun 30, 2014 15:31: Sp
#28
Are there any small mini-ITX cases that can accommodate this?
#29
I've heard a few people say the noise is increased a lot under load, mine doesn't when under a Prime 95 stress test? Maybe I'm going deaf!
#30
I had this and got rid of it. It was simply too loud when on any setting over Idle. I also had issues where the Cooling wouldn't initiate sometimes when I booted up. So I'd end up with a temp of 97 degrees until I restarted again. When it worked it was fantastic though. Temps never went over 44 degrees when my i5K was overclocked to 4.1Ghz.
#31
Loud as in, the fan?

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