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Cooler Master Seidon 240V All-in-one Blue LED CPU Liquid Cooling Kit £47.69 @ CCL online

£47.69 @ CCLOnline
cheaper from ccl directly rather than the ebay link posted yesterday. used the 120 version of this myself on my last build and was impressed. this is a bargain at this price point. Read More
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cheaper from ccl directly rather than the ebay link posted yesterday. used the 120 version of this myself on my last build and was impressed.

this is a bargain at this price point.
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#1
I wouldn't. You might get an extra 100MHz out of your CPU with this cooler over what you'd get from, say, an Evo 212, but it's at the expense of significantly more noise, and the usual pitfalls and dangers associated with liquid cooling.
1 Like #2
dxx
I wouldn't. You might get an extra 100MHz out of your CPU with this cooler over what you'd get from, say, an Evo 212, but it's at the expense of significantly more noise, and the usual pitfalls and dangers associated with liquid cooling.


The Aio kits help reduce the likely hood of some of those pitfalls though. Am tempted as my case doesn't allow for big heat sinks
2 Likes #3
I shouldn't be tempted by this as I have the 120V model and a Mini-ITX case......but that is a really good price. Comparable performance and quality to more expensive units from Corsair at a lower price seems hot to me X)
1 Like #4
Put that money towards a better case and use air cooling
#5
even tho the chance off leaks is very rare i would not risk it my whole system buy a evo
#6
Tubes are kinda small :|
1 Like #7
Pumps are loud on these things too. This is a good price, but you're better off with a good chunky air cooler
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johnthehuman
Pumps are loud on these things too. This is a good price, but you're better off with a good chunky air cooler
They're not loud, I have this cooler.
#9
Depends on the rest of your system.
1 Like #10
***RedRain*** you don't use seven trent's finest, please read this link
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/272208-29-conductive-coolant-conductive-loop
1 Like #11
I've got on of these, cooling is great, keeps a i5 6600K running around 67c at 4650mhz. When idle my case fans are louder than this, it's super quiet. Under load it can get a bit louder but I play with headphones so who cares, even without I don't think it's as bad as people make out. Maybe it's just me who doesn't expect their pc to be Whisper quiet under full load
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dxx
I wouldn't. You might get an extra 100MHz out of your CPU with this cooler over what you'd get from, say, an Evo 212, but it's at the expense of significantly more noise, and the usual pitfalls and dangers associated with liquid cooling.

It depends on your use case, right?

I have two mITX gaming rigs. One of them uses an AIO watercooler, the advantage in an mITX build is that the hot air from the CPU is exhausted directly out of the case and isn't recirculated around the rest of the system.

Also I'd like to note, I was one of the very few people who had an older H100i leak a few years back. Corsair paid for all the damage the cooler did to my system and sent me the newer H100i V2 which has a different tubing/water-block design.

Edited By: ollie87 on Mar 20, 2017 08:51
#13
I have a ryzen but I have it overclocked does anyone think it would be any good for this. Thanks
#14
this is cheaper at ebuyer
#15
Just read some reviews on this, seems it's one of the quieter coolers out there and performs very well when overclocking. Good find OP.
#16
Visually the nicest thing about these AiO coolers that they leave plenty of space around the CPU (no problem with tall DIMMs) and no need to worry about up to 1KG of heatsink hanging off a motherboard.
But there is one caveat I would consider and that is that there is a reason that official stock coolers are downward fan designs as that blows some air over the VRMs.
Something to consider when pushing high overclocks: keep an eye on the VRM temps.


Edited By: Gkains on Mar 20, 2017 09:55: keep an eye on VRMs temp
#17
bbfb123
this is cheaper at ebuyer

if you don't include the postage costs then yes. if you add postage then £50.18.
#18
dragoncurt
I have a ryzen but I have it overclocked does anyone think it would be any good for this. Thanks

no as I doubt this has the am4 mounts required.
#19
uberjuba
dragoncurt
I have a ryzen but I have it overclocked does anyone think it would be any good for this. Thanks
no as I doubt this has the am4 mounts required.
Coming soon - although that doesn't really mean anything, it might not even come at all.
#20
Lahn
uberjuba
dragoncurt
I have a ryzen but I have it overclocked does anyone think it would be any good for this. Thanks
no as I doubt this has the am4 mounts required.
Coming soon - although that doesn't really mean anything, it might not even come at all.

I've had 1st hand experience of attempting to get am4 cooler mount upgrades and an x370 motherboard and the only company so far to even come through are coolermaster, even though I did order the mount for the wrong cooler lol.

when they say soon I don't doubt they will be here as soon as they can, will just be a question of when.
#21
looks like free delivery has been removed so now cheaper at ebuyer
#22
Also though do you think it'll be good temps for a overclock on ryzen ?

Thanks
1 Like #23
I was given one of these. It spent 15 minutes in my system. Terrible temperatures and noise compared to my noctua dh15.
#24
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Scary stuff guys!oO
#25
SouthamptonUK2017
BEWARE!!!My security settings are good enough to capture this kind of thing :
Your connection is not private. Attackers might be trying to steal your information from go.skimlinks.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID
This server could not prove that it is go.skimlinks.com; its security certificate is from go.redirectingat.com. This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection. Learn more. Proceed to go.skimlinks.com (unsafe)
Scary stuff guys!oO
Where did you get that error from?
Anyway, it is go.skimlinks.com that has its SSL certificate's common name as go.redirectingat.com - it looks like a random ad that has incorrect SSL, who cares :p
#26
That tubing doesn't look appealing at all.

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