Cooler Master Glacer 360L CPU Cooler

Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 7, 2014 - 11:35 PM |
Tagged: water cooling, Intel, Glacer 360L, cooler master, CES 2014, CES, amd

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The Glacer 360L CPU cooler is the latest all-in-one cooler from Cooler Master. With a 3x120mm radiator and the ability to add new components into the existing cooling loop, this cooler is sure to make a splash.

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The Glacer 360L CPU Cooler builds on the design of Cooler Master's previous generation all-in-one cooler, the Glacer 240L, with enhanced cooling surface area and the promise of expandability. This all-in-one cooler features a copper and brass based 3x120mm radiator and a powerful 3500 RPM pump, integrated into the CPU block housing. The CPU block itself is copper based to ensure the best heat transfer capabilities and minimize galvanic corrosion with the radiator. Additionally, Cooler Master has designed the Glacer 360L to be upgradeable, allowing for user addition of other cooling apparatus to the loop.


Cooler Master has not yet released pricing information or retail availability information for the Glacer 360L CPU cooler at this time. Please go here for additional information.

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January 8, 2014 | 02:37 AM - Posted by biohazard918

Where is the pump is it still in the cpu water block? I can't wait to see how these preform cooling a cpu and high end gpu looks like an interesting product.

January 8, 2014 | 02:58 AM - Posted by Pholostan

Yes, the pump is on top of the CPU block. This is almost only a rebrand of the Swiftech H320 due to patent issues. See:

The main difference between the two is that the CM version is allowed to draw a little more power and thus have a little higher peak RPM on the pump.

Main thing with it is that it is easily expandable, you can add GPU blocks, another radiator etc. The pump is powerful enough and actually very quiet.

I have a very early H220 that have run almost non stop since I bought it. Swiftech makes some pretty fantastic stuff IMHO.

January 8, 2014 | 12:26 PM - Posted by Jim Cherry (not verified)

its not quite a rebadge as that would result in another ip violation the fan design is different.

January 9, 2014 | 03:27 AM - Posted by Pholostan

Yes, the fans are obviously CM ones opposed to Swiftech Helix ones. And? The only visual difference between the Swiftech H320 and the CM one is the plastic cower on top of the CPU Block/pump combo. Otherwise they are identical. CM is a much larger company and can do this, they are already fighting Asetek in court over the patents on closed loop CPU coolers. Swiftech don't really have the money and patent portfolio for a drawn out and very costly court battle.

May 28, 2014 | 09:53 AM - Posted by ROHAN

well I was going to buy a corsiar h105 becaues my pc is fully red and black and I like the red ring for the pump that corsiar gives but a 360 mm cooler would be great from corsiar

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