The Seidon 120M is a compact, ready-to-use water cooling kit that comes pre-configured with the radiator and coolant pre-installed; all you have to do is mount it. The Siedon features a compact radiator design, so it can fit even in small cases. As part of the bundle, you get brackets for all of intel’s and AMD’s and CPU sockets, an instruction manual, and thermal paste. The entire unit is quite light and well built. The pipes bends easily, so installation is not too much of a problem.
The radiator can easily be mounted in the smallest of cases as any chassis with support for rear 120mm fan(which are almost all of them these days) will be able to house it from the inside. If you don’t want to mess with the temperature inside the case, you always have the option to mount it outside, as the pipes are decently long, the water block has a copper base for better heat dissipation. When powered on, there’s a blue LED light that lights up to indicate that the units is in operation.
The pump is virtually silent, as is the fan at normal operating temperatures. The cooler manages to do a good job of keeping temperatures in check. The Seidon 120M comes at $111.6, which is a bit on the expensive side. While it does a good job cooling the CPU, you can get similar performance as well from air-coolers, which cost a lot less.
Price : $111.6
Fan : 120mm
Fan noise :19-40 dBA
Connector : 4-pin