Liquid Cooling Roundup January 2013 featuring Corsair H55, CM Seidon 120M and Antec Kuhler 620 v4

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Liquid Cooling Roundup - Antec 620 v4, Corsair H55 and Cooler Master Seidon 120M (January 2013)

Liquid Cooling Roundup (January 2013)
Featuring: Corsair H55, Antec Kühler H2O 620 v4 and Cooler Master Seidon 120M

A few years ago enthusiast cooling took a new direction when CoolIT and Asetek brought to market new factory assembled kits which were a breeze to install. They took all the "danger" out of adding a liquid cooler to our CPU and offered a significantly different experience to the high end tower coolers available at the time.

Since those first batch of pre-filled and assembled liquid coolers we have seen various generations which improved performance and tweaked design. As things progressed we also began to see more budget orientated models as the manufacturers started working out how to minimise cost.

Today we take a look at three entry level liquid cooling solutions. They are the Seidon 120M from Cooler Master, Corsairs H55 and the Antec Kuhler 620 V4. All are aimed at the £45-55 ($60-70) price point but which offers the best performance, features or ease of use?

Let’s get started…

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