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Cooler Master Seidon 120M Liquid CPU Cooler Unboxing

/ Jan 5th, 2013 No Comments

Cooler Master Seidon 120M Unboxing

Cooler Master Seidon 120M Unboxing

The Cooler Master Seidon 120M liquid CPU cooler is a maintenance free solution to keep your processor cool, even under overclocking environments. The Seidon 120M fits Socket LGA 2011/1366/1156/1155/775 as well as Socket FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2 form factors, meaning it’s compatible with just about any motherboard, be it Intel or AMD based, on the market today. Cooler Master has a great reputation in the industry and with the products Gaming Illustrated has reviewed to date, specifically the CoolerMaster Storm Stryker Case and the Cooler Master Silent Pro Platinum 1000w PSU which both received high marks in their respective reviews.

Seidon 120M

Seidon 120M

Examining the outside of the box, the black, silver and purple color palette of Cooler Master is prevalent with the company logo at the top left and the name of the product in the bottom left. Consumers have some information to read on the front, specifically the sockets that the Seidon 120M is compatible with, plus a nice reminder that this is a maintenance free solution, meaning gamers won’t need to refill any liquid during the course of the product’s life. On the back there’s a list of what is included features in eight different languages, starting with English. Listed are the Pure Copper Waterblock, micro channel technology, factory-filled and sealed, plus that the unit is durable and powerful which will dissipate heat effectively and maintain temperatures through stable water. Also on the back are dimensions of the block (appx 118mm x 27mm) and the CPU cooler (80mm x 80mm).

Cooler Master Seidon 120M

Cooler Master Seidon 120M

Inside, the unit from Cooler Master is nicely packaged up to make sure that no damage might happen during shipping. Included in the box are the cooler (the block + CPU piece), a 120mm fan, an Intel Retention Plate, an AMD Retention Plate, a back plate, miscellaneous screws, an installation guide (multi-language) and even Cooler Master branded thermal paste. All the parts look to be extremely well made and give a definite “high end” feel when being handled. The Cooler Master Seidon 120M runs for $69.99 from Amazon or the Cooler Master store and will have a full review in the coming weeks here at Gaming Illustrated.

A thank you goes out to Cooler Master for supplying the unit for this article.

Niloufar Gibson

Niloufar Gibson

Contributor at Gaming Illustrated
Niloufar Gibson is part of the GI news team and has been associated with the site for a number of years. She primarily covers consumer electronics and mobile devices and also handles much of the social media duties for Gaming Illustrated.
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