Affordable all-in-one liquid cooling has been accomplished, it’s an amazing time we live in.
Recently my CPU Cooler died on me and was causing outrageous temperatures that would have surely ruined my machine had I not turned it off for over a week while waiting to raise capital, order the part, and get proper equipment to do the install with (I just needed rubbing alcohol and a Phillips head screwdriver, everything else needed was already included). Once the install was done and I was up and running again, I decided to review the new cooler I ended up purchasing over at GeekEssentials© which I hold the title of Partner at enjoyably since both of our brands work together great for some time now.
The Cooler Master Seidon 120V CPU Cooler is an all-in-one liquid cooled unit that sits on top of your processor. In the Review I speak about how to check your CPU cores and the temperature they are at for any given moment which may differ in accuracy depending on which version of Windows you are using as well as what brand of processor you have in your machine. Beyond that, I give an idea of what it’s like to install the part for anyone who is considering buying it, though you should seek better instructions once you actually make that purchase since this is a Review not a How-To video. Check the Video Review out below and if you end up wanting to know more about the tech industry beyond what we cover here on RealGamerNewz then be sure to subscribe to the GE channel.
Seidon 120V CPU Cooler Video Review:
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