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Cooler Master's new Seidon 240P and 120V V3 Plus AIO liquid coolers are really affordable

By Koh Wanzi - on 18 Nov 2016, 10:19am

Cooler Master's new Seidon 240P and 120V V3 Plus AIO liquid coolers are really affordable

The Seidon 240P's relatively slim height should allow it to fit in most cases. (Image Source: Cooler Master)

Cooler Master has announced the local availability of its Seidon 240P and 120V V3 Plus AIO CPU liquid coolers. The two are the newest additions to Cooler Master’s Seidon line of coolers, and taken together, they make AIO liquid cooling even more accessible to system builders on a budget.

As its name suggests, the Seidon 240P features a 240mm radiator designed to fit in nearly any chassis. It measures only 27mm thick, so even more space-constrained cases should be able to accommodate it. Dual Cooler Master JetFlo 120 Blue LED fans help keep things cool, while the cold plate features what the company says are precision-machined micro channels to help maximize the water contact surface area for better heat dissipation.

On the other hand, the 120mm 120V V3 Plus cooler is even more compact. It ships with a pair of XtraFlo 120 Red LED fans, so you can work with a more robust push-pull configuration if you wish. This small 120mm radiator has limited cooling potential because of its relatively small size and surface area, and the inclusion of two fans may be Cooler Master’s way of trying to mitigate that.

Cooler Master Seidon 120V V3 Plus

Both coolers utilize FEB tubing instead of rubber, which Cooler Master says helps minimize moisture loss and provides high thermal stability and pressure tolerance. They’re also quite flexible, even if they may not appear as sleek as rubber tubes.

Finally, both will also support the latest Intel and AMD sockets, including the Intel LGA 2011-3 and AMD FM2+ sockets.

The Seidon 240P will cost S$128, while the Seidon 120V V3 Plus is cheaper at just S$98. They are now available to buy locally.