The Cooler Master Seidon 240M Liquid CPU Cooler is the solution for many looking for a fantastic All-In-One Liquid Cooler. It performs really well, is affordable and easy to install. With a fantastic waterblock, quiet pump, durable tubing, large 240mm radiator & two 120mm fans, this cooler is win win!
OK maybe I'm the only one on the planet still running an old-ass Intel socket 775 QX9650 processor. But with dual GTX 680's, I really haven't found any game that is necessitating me to upgrade! So, on that note, I am disappointed that all of the new AIO water coolers coming out are not supporting socket 775! I can run 4GHz all say with just air cooling, so I've been looking for a water cooler do push it even higher. Guess I'll have to go with the H220 from Swiifttech.
Would you recommend this over an H100 or H100i? Trying to build a system with my tax return and I want something nice to cool a i5-3570k at 4.0-4.5GHz.
^^^(Forgot to login) I will eventually water cool the system, but for the initial build, I want a pre-configured watercooler. Recommendations on the top 3, in a best to worst order?
Nice to see more companies coming out with more liquid cpu coolers. I have an older H60 and have been happy with it so far.
They braid the cables...NICE! But then they still put the yellow labels on there which void warranty if removed... Why CM? At least make it black...sigh
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