Cooler Master Seidon 120M Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅13-02-13
Closer Look

Being an all-in-one, closed loop CPU cooler Seidon 120M has a pump and radiator. The radiator is aluminium and measures 150.3 x 118 x 27mm ideal for installing into the space which occupies the rear exhaust in the typical computer chassis.

The tubes which connect the pump to the radiator are a brittle/hard plastic and can be rotated to allow for various orientations.


An overview of Seidon 120M


The pump is low-profile to assist with clearance and features the Cooler Master insignia with respective blue LED. Four screw holes are found on pre-attached brackets for installation with the provided kit. Unlike other brands which use a third-party for pump manufacturing, Cooler Master have developed this pump in their own factories. The pump requires a 3-pin fan header in order to generate power.

Seidon 120Ms pump consumes 1.8W and has approximately 17dBA for noise levels.


Cooler Master have designed their own pump


Observing the underside of the pump, the baseplate is constructed of copper and rather than having a shiny, reflective surface this has a dull, brushed finish. The surface area of this baseplate can entertain such sockets as LGA 2011 which is considerably large.


A large copper baseplate to make contact with CPU




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