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Hydro 100i or Glacer 240L or Seidon 240M?

Hi,

I can't decide from Hydro 100i or Glacer 240L or Seidon 240M which i will go for it. Please help me to decide from these radiators bcz i have to buy ASAP. I need the superb cooling with good pump.

Processor: Intel i7 3930k
MOB: Rampage iv Extreme
SD: Corsair 120 force gt
Memory: Kingston hyper x beast 32 GB 2400 mhz
Graphics: AMD Radeon 7990 HD
Power Supply: Corsair 1200w
Fan: Antic not remember exactly (1 cooling fan only)
Case : Cooler Master HAF XM
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  1. it would be the glacer 240l
  2. You can't go wrong with the Corsair H100i
  3. Thats why i cant decide, i need majority votes for best radiator 100i or seidon or glacer.
  4. when i looked up preforance the glacier has better preformance and it has hte benifit of a powerfull pump and expandebilty benchmarks here http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/cooling/liquid/37574-cm-glacer240l
  5. Bro, the 240L is $50 more than the H100i and is also louder...
  6. but a he is ruing x79 so i belive the extra money is not that much to ask where did you find the noise complaints because i have not seen any noise results, and he asked for preofmarnce and a good punmp two advantages the glacier 240l has over the h100i
  7. http://lanoc.org/review/cooling/6738-coolermaster-glacier-240l?showall=&start=4
    There you go. I know it's also the coolest one, but I never said the contrary, it is in fact a very good cooler. But the h100i performs around the same, only quieter and for less money.
  8. Francisco Costa said:
    http://lanoc.org/review/cooling/6738-coolermaster-glacier-240l?showall=&start=4
    There you go. I know it's also the coolest one, but I never said the contrary, it is in fact a very good cooler. But the h100i performs around the same, only quieter and for less money.


    yeah legokill101 is right, i am talking about performance and pump. If you are saying that the performance for both them are same then i think i will go for the cheapest Hydro 100i. But till then i have to confirm and sure bcz i love my system too much and waiting the reply from legokill101 also for his advise.
  9. acutaly look at the h100i at max speed here http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/h100i-elc240-seidon-240m-lq320,3380-12.html its actualy louder also i dont belive it would be the same because those tests were preformed with sandy bridge not sandy bridge e which puts out more heat but its your choice i just wana make sure u have the right information to make the informed choice
  10. The H100i ran the coolest in the test and in many others and let's not compare the noise of the H100i with the one on the Glacer 240L. Besides that, the H100i got the "Approved" award. Overall, I think the H100i is a better cooler than the Glacer
  11. why not compare the noise its still applicable and the glacier 240l has not been review so i would argue it is better and i did not see any test you showed where the h100i ran cooler
  12. legokill101 said:
    why not compare the noise its still applicable and the glacier 240l has not been review so i would argue it is better and i did not see any test you showed where the h100i ran cooler


    I said let's not compare because the H100i is much quieter...
    Also I don't think there is any direct comparison between those two, but in the Tom's Hardware review, the H100i was the coolest one
  13. Best answer
    however A THE TOMS HARDWARE REVIEW DID NOT INCLUDE the glacier 240l the one i linked did look
    http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/cooling/liquid/37574-cm-glacer240l?showall=&start=2
    and look at the link also where did you find its louder i have no indication of this in fact i believe the opposite but becuase i cant compare noise since they are from difrent sites i cant say for sure
  14. Well both of us have different sources and points of view, and I think it isup to Innocent Gamer to decide. Howerver I have found a post of him in the ROG forum and the two guys said the Corsair, none said the Glacer: http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?41209-Hydro-100i-or-Glacer-240L-or-Seidon-240M&p=349239
  15. Thanks to all of u friends and i really appreciate that u show me a nice concern and i am too happy for your efforts. Because in other forums no one giving the suggestions also.
  16. Innocent Gamer said:
    Hi,

    I can't decide from Hydro 100i or Glacer 240L or Seidon 240M which i will go for it. Please help me to decide from these radiators bcz i have to buy ASAP. I need the superb cooling with good pump.

    Processor: Intel i7 3930k
    MOB: Rampage iv Extreme
    SD: Corsair 120 force gt
    Memory: Kingston hyper x beast 32 GB 2400 mhz
    Graphics: AMD Radeon 7990 HD
    Power Supply: Corsair 1200w
    Fan: Antic not remember exactly (1 cooling fan only)
    Case : Cooler Master HAF XM
  17. I know I am really really late to this. How did you go?
    Personally I feel the advice of the H100i was not the best. I have one and it is really good but I am looking to switch to the Glacer on my next build (started out as a second pc as I had heaps of parts laying around and is quickly becoming a beast).
    Have a look at this, for future reference:

    http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/cooling/liquid/37574-cm-glacer240l?showall=&limitstart

    It is about the most accurate review of the difference between the two, performance wise.
    Don't get me wrong the H100i is a great AIO cooler, up around the top rungs of the ladder but the performance AND the mod-ability of the 240l, I believe, put it that one rung up. The hands down winner.
    If you bought the H100i, you must be very happy with it and rightly so.
    No 1 now, though, has to go to the Cooler Master Glacer 240L
  18. bluismycat said:
    I know I am really really late to this. How did you go?
    Personally I feel the advice of the H100i was not the best. I have one and it is really good but I am looking to switch to the Glacer on my next build (started out as a second pc as I had heaps of parts laying around and is quickly becoming a beast).
    Have a look at this, for future reference:

    http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/cooling/liquid/37574-cm-glacer240l?showall=&limitstart

    It is about the most accurate review of the difference between the two, performance wise.
    Don't get me wrong the H100i is a great AIO cooler, up around the top rungs of the ladder but the performance AND the mod-ability of the 240l, I believe, put it that one rung up. The hands down winner.
    If you bought the H100i, you must be very happy with it and rightly so.
    No 1 now, though, has to go to the Cooler Master Glacer 240L


    Even though the Glacer is $50 more?
  19. Francisco Costa said:
    Even though the Glacer is $50 more?


    It depends. If I have plans of throwing my GPU in the loop, then sure. I'd rather do that than scrap my AIO and upgrade to a custom loop. The 240L is what I personally refer to as a semi-custom liquid cooler. If I want to add my GPU to my loop, I just need to get a CPU block, a couple of fittings, then some extra tubing and I'll be fine. I can even add an extra 140mm/280mm radiator to increase the cooling potential of my loop.

    With the H100i, you can't do that, you have to scrap the whole thing. You could always grab a Kraken G10 for the GPU but I'm not really a fan of that product. But that's just me though.
  20. Even though the Glacer is $50 more?

    Well yes...in that it is not JUST a cpu cooler. Performance is good, very good and the scope of what you can do with it. You have the option of modding as per the comment by rRansom
    "If I want to add my GPU to my loop, I just need to get a CPU block, a couple of fittings, then some extra tubing and I'll be fine. I can even add an extra 140mm/280mm radiator to increase the cooling potential of my loop."...and more.
    Also my gripe with the H100i is, in my COSMOS II (this is a big case), I am limited, by the length of the tubing as to where and how I seat my radiator.
    When it comes to being totally happy with your rig, then really what is $50? Piece of mind and no annoying, niggling little doubt that things are not 100% to your liking.
    Near enough is NEVER good enough...
  21. Francisco Costa said:


    Even though the Glacer is $50 more?


    And I am really late to this party......

    But, yeah, the Glacer is worth every penny of $50 more and then some. Open loop, better performance, better quality parts and worlds quieter overall, especially at similar performance levels.

    Looking at a Glacer and having an H100i in the mix is a bit like shopping for a cafe racer and having someone try talking you into a Big Wheel....
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