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With the recent explosion of “All In One” CPU liquid coolers on the market and even during Computex 2013, its hard to distinguish between the performance that they offer especially when all most all of these units have one of two OEM’s i.e. either Asetek or CoolIT make up for the vast majority of these rebranded pieces. Today, I am reviewing Coolermaster’s Seidon 240M.
CoolerMaster added that they’ve designed the CPU block/pump (no word about the radiator). So lets see how CM’s first foray into building there own pump/block unit goes. As with most coolers that I test, I will put the Seidon 240M through its paces in both stock & overclocked scenarios.