CoolerMaster Seidon 240V AIO Watercooling Review

CoolerMaster Seidon 240V Review

Up Close:  Radiator and Pump

The Radiator measures 273x120x27mm, so is thin enough to fit most cases with a modicum of space in the roof, yet thick enough to provide decent cooling.  Unlike many AIOs that we look at there was absolutely no fin damage to the Seidon 240V what so ever.

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 The radiator has 22 FPI with a total of 12 water channels, making it quite dense.  Let’s hope those fans are up to the job.

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The FEP tubing is, as always not quite as flexible as the rubber type used on some AIOs, but does have a decreased evaporation rate.  It terminates into the radiator at ninety degrees into fixed and sealed fittings.

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The Cold plate and pump housing is predominantly plastic and does feel a little “budget” to be honest.  The contact plate itself is copper and plenty large enough, with the tubing entering via rotatable ninety degree fittings.

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