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How do you like the Glacer and where would you like to see CM water cooling products?

Poll Results: What kind of liquid cooling you would you most like to buy next year?

 
  • 3% (1)
    Slim 120mm with ultra compact pump, thin radiator and short tubing length for MITX systems (like Elite 110).
  • 14% (4)
    Semi expandable, 240mm all-in-one with silent fans (like Glacer)
  • 7% (2)
    Semi expandable, 360mm all-in-one with silent fans
  • 7% (2)
    Premium 240mm all-in-one with better performance than the best DIY 240mm kits (like a better Nepton)
  • 21% (6)
    Actively cooled all-in-one with a chilled water loop
  • 14% (4)
    240mm all-in-one with both a CPU and GPU waterblock (Google Aquagate duo Viva)
  • 3% (1)
    Smart 240mm all-in-one with self management software, including remote temperature and smartphone ap based control (its possible)
  • 3% (1)
    Integrated chassis, with liquid cooling
  • 14% (4)
    Completely seperate DIY starter kit in a box (think Aquagate Max)
  • 3% (1)
    Non water-based submersible type PC (like Puget systems mineral oil kits)
  • 7% (2)
    None
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post #1 of 31
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Cooler Master is asking 3 questions for comments in addition to the above poll:
  1. Are you interested in more expandable all-in-one cooling in the future?
  2. Between the H220 and Glacer which do you prefer and why?
  3. If you didn't consider a Glacer, what could we do better?

Cooler Master is different. We have had partnerships with companies in the past that have brought us products like Eisberg. We also currently sell the Glacer in USA which is a partnership with Swiftech. Is there anything, new and exciting in water cooling (either a company, or a technology) that we should work with?

Just to remind everyone that while we build partnerships, we continue to develop our own manufactured Coolers. This R&D is why Nepton 280L is the #1 performance all-in-one cooler available. Cooler Master is always interested in the feedback of overclock.net whether you buy CM products or not. We are open to ideas.
    
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1: Yes
2: The H220, as it tends to be cheaper.
3: It's next on my buy list. I'd like a stronger/hardier pump, but that's about it.

I would love a 120mm version of the Glacer, or just a 240mm Glacer 2.0. The Eisberg fills this role from what I understand, but the consensus here is that the pump is too loud.

The better pump and copper rad of the Glacer is a HUGE plus in my eyes, I wouldn't get any other AIO (aside from the H220).

However, I voted for the chilled loops. If Cooler Master sold an AIO liquid cooler with a TEC or compressor for sub-ambient temps at a reasonable price, that thing would sell like hotcakes! There's nothing like that on the market, and it would beat out the best custom loops.
Edited by brucethemoose - 4/23/14 at 10:46am
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I don't speak for many people, but I would think if there was some form of an AIO that could easily be adapted onto a GPU without purchase of a bracket that can potentially be expensive(adding onto cost), those who don't want the risk of full custom loops could enjoy WC gpus at a lower cost. outcome should be somewhat closer to the asetek 760gc, except the mounting plate on the physical block should be able to switch off to a GPU block at a low cost, rather than having 2 separate blocks like the 760gc/Aquagate Duo. Bonus points if the gpu mount has a fan mount


on a side note, I only bought a h220(over the glacer) because I wanted the 8 way splitter
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rather than having 2 separate blocks like the 760gc/Aquagate Duo. Bonus points if the gpu mount has a fan mount


on a side note, I only bought a h220(over the glacer) because I wanted the 8 way splitter

That's interesting. Did you find the 8 way splitter easy to use?
    
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You guys should make some GPU blocks for your units. What I suggest is basically take the NZXT G10, one of your CPU blocks, and just sell that as one unit (obviously making your own version of the G10). Sell it along with the extra splitters and tubing you need to get it there from the Glacier unit itself.
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1. YES!! biggrin.gif
2.The Glacer, because it was available in the US tongue.gif and It has a stronger pump.
3. -Own A Glacer

P.S. If you could check out my build log that would be awesome!! (The Eternal Tower Of ROG ~Haf Stacker~ in my sig) I really like the direction your company is going, and wish you guys luck!
post #7 of 31
While I don't buy your cooling kit,I'm a fan of the recent PSU's you are pushing out.

On topic,an entry into the cpu block market might be a good start......the aio market holds no interest to me.

Also,some nice styled cases rather than the plastic things I see from CM.
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With a name like "Cooler Master" it's a shame that you don't have a line of your own Laing D5/DDC pumps, radiators, waterblocks, hoses, fittings, etc for complete custom loops instead of focusing on AIOs and starter kits.

It's also a shame your cases are not more watercooling compatible. Which Cooler Master case can fit a couple 480 rads without significant modding? As large as your Cosmos 2 and HAF Stacker cases are, they still don't compete with the likes of the 900D or Enthoo Primo for a custom watercooling enthusiast. They easily could/should have though.
post #9 of 31
1. No as I am going with a full custom loop.
2. The glacier, because I really like mine and I plan on keeping it as a back or put it in my other computer.
3. I think a 360 version of the glacier would be pretty nice.
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While I don't buy your cooling kit,I'm a fan of the recent PSU's you are pushing out.

On topic,an entry into the cpu block market might be a good start......the aio market holds no interest to me.

Also,some nice styled cases rather than the plastic things I see from CM.

How would you like a CM water block to be?

If CM styling isn't to your taste I guess that is fine, but be honest, we use the same or less amount of plastic in our chassis compared to our competitors.
    
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