Cooler Master's new All-in-One Liquid Cooler

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  1. Posts : 2,973
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    Cooler Master's new All-in-One Liquid Cooler

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  2. NoN
    Posts : 4,167
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    Some refreshed 240 AIO watercooling system pointing out... Readed the Cooler Master might please as Swiftech H220 did at his time!

    See also: Enermax LIQTECH 240 (ELC-LT240-HP) could be a good one, less being expandable as the one you mentioned !
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  3. Posts : 24,479
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    It's very expensive compared to other AIO's on the marker and its rad is thinner, only 29mm as opposed to my Water 2.0 of 38mm. The fan noise might put off some at over 40db, that's fairly loud at full speed.

    I doubt I would use the expanibility feature, I just want a cool CPU.

    I do like the idea of swivel fitting on both the pump AND rad, that should help with managing the big tubes. Newegg has it in stock for $130.
    Newegg.com - Cooler Master Glacer 240L - Expandable Liquid/Water Cooling System with 240mm Copper Radiator and Dual 120mm Fans
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  4. Posts : 2,973
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    I didn't realize it was already out on the shelves. I'm not crazy about the 29mm Rad, but if the fin density isn't very high, then it will be more than enough......and will let you run your fans at a manageable level. The fan noise I don't pay attention to because the only time your fans should be more than barely audible is when you are stress testing or video encoding with something like Handbrake. I certainly don't run mine very fast, in fact unless I'm stress testing it, it runs at 930RPM. What I found interesting about this unit is the expansion capabilities. More and more are looking for something like this to get away from going with a full bore WC system.
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  5. Posts : 24,479
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    True about the fan noise. I've always replaced the fans included with coolers anyway. I have 2 Noctuas on my Hyper 212 EVO and don't hear them at all. I have BIOS set to run them at full speed.

    I wonder how much expansion it would handle? I would think it would need more flow/pressure the more things added?

    I wish I had seen this before I bought the Water 2.0.
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  6. Posts : 2,973
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    I think you may be better off with the Water 2.0, especially if you got it for what it has been going for the last couple of months.
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  7. Posts : 24,479
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    True, it was $70 with the rebate.
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  8. Posts : 2,973
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    Yeah, that's hard to beat for what you got.
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  9. Posts : 11,424
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    I'm wondering if anyone has seen a reference to expected life of original water in these sealed systems. Can we expect some loss via the hoses and fittings over 1,2,3 or 4 years and what do the manufactures recommend then?
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  10. Posts : 9,612
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    linnemeyerhere said:
    I'm wondering if anyone has seen a reference to expected life of original water in these sealed systems. Can we expect some loss via the hoses and fittings over 1,2,3 or 4 years and what do the manufactures recommend then?
    From the MaximumPC article:

    According to Cooler Master, the Glacer 240L doesn't require maintenance for three years.

    And what kind of maintenance is supposed to be done then to a sealed cooling unit?
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