Cooler Master Seidon 240M Liquid CPU Cooler Review




/ 8 years ago

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The Cooler Master Seidon 240M uses a pretty standard rad, the not-really-preferred-by-anyone plastic tubing and a pair of all black 120mm PWM fans.

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The radiator uses 15mm fan spacing and aluminium fins.

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The radiator is 27mm thick, identical to the Corsair H100i, H100 and Antec Kuhler 1220.reviewimages_130219_37

The two 120mm fans that are bundled with this Cooler do 600-2400 RPM shifting 19 to 86 CFMs.reviewimages_130219_34

The thickness is the standard 25mm.reviewimages_130219_35

The pump used resembles an Asetek design, but Cooler Master have not told us that it is or isn’t. The recently filed court claim against Cooler Master by Asetek would suggest that it could be a mix of both.

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The base plate uses an all copper design and doesn’t come with any pre-applied thermal paste because a tube is supplied.

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I was a bit disappointed to see the cables lacked braiding. Not exactly the most attractive colour selection.reviewimages_130219_40

With the fans installed the units look clean and simple.reviewimages_130219_44

Total thickness is 52mm with the fans installed.
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