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Cooler Master Seidon 240V - £45.99 / £50.17 delivered @ Ebuyer

£45.99 @ Ebuyer
Not much to say here really - same deal as posted yesterday from CCL, but eBuyer have beaten their price by a couple of pounds :) Shipping is slightly more expensive than at CCL but if you need any… Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Not much to say here really - same deal as posted yesterday from CCL, but eBuyer have beaten their price by a couple of pounds :)

Shipping is slightly more expensive than at CCL but if you need anything else, eBuyer offers free shipping over £50!

One of the better-performing AIO coolers around, and apparently very quiet too. Hell of a bargain if you're in the market for an AIO.

https://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/cases_cooling/coolermaster_seidon_240v_aio_watercooling_review/1
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not seeing free delivery on this
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There have been like 100 deals with this thing lately (maybe slight exaggeration) each a little cheaper than the last. Think I'll pick one up if it ever gets sub £30. ;)

Good if you want to overclock but as both my systems don't have unlocked CPUs it would be pretty pointless in my case as even the basic intel cooler is fine for stock clocks....
#3
uberjuba
not seeing free delivery on this
My bad, I've never ordered anything under £50 from them myself so I've been used to free delivery :( Thanks for the correction admin!!
#4
ST3123
There have been like 100 deals with this thing lately (maybe slight exaggeration) each a little cheaper than the last. Think I'll pick one up if it ever gets sub £30. ;)

Good if you want to overclock but as both my systems don't have unlocked CPUs it would be pretty pointless in my case as even the basic intel cooler is fine for stock clocks....


Stock looks ugly in a clear windowed case
#5
Ordered the ccl one yesterday. Don't plan on over clocking (although I may now I have this) but having the stock cooler for years, it gets silly it playing games in summer months so this'll help prolong my 6yr old chip even further ;)
#6
coventgamer
ST3123
There have been like 100 deals with this thing lately (maybe slight exaggeration) each a little cheaper than the last. Think I'll pick one up if it ever gets sub £30. ;)
Good if you want to overclock but as both my systems don't have unlocked CPUs it would be pretty pointless in my case as even the basic intel cooler is fine for stock clocks....
Stock looks ugly in a clear windowed case

This looks fairly ugly too, with it's black flimsy plastic pipes.
#7
what does 240V mean? do these plug into mains or the PSu?
#8
jeffjack
what does 240V mean? do these plug into mains or the PSu?


240V stands for model name. 240=2x120mm fans=240mm in total. V is probably Collermaster's own mark. The cooler meant to be connected to fan header on your motherborad (never mains or psu unless you use molex). Basically it is a great cooler. Keeps my not (yet) overclocked i5 7600K under 60 degrees with 100% load. Many people say it's noisy but when you know the difference between PWM and DC your problems are solved.

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