Cooler Master Eisberg 120L Prestige Review

Op Close: The Cooler Overview

Cooler Master Eisberg 120L Prestige Review

 

Up Close:  The Cooler Overview

The first thing you notice about the Eisberg 120 is the size and sheer bulk of the cold plate assembly.  The expanded diagrams towards the bottom of this page best describe why this is so, but suffice to say that the cold plate also doubles as a small (Very small) reservoir. 

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The Eisberg has very flexible high gloss black tubing, which when coupled with the gloss black anti kink coils should make for easy installation into cramped spaces.  With 35cm total distance from black to radiator the Eisberg has just that little bit more tubing length that than most AIOs.  And if it's still not long enough, or perhaps even too long it can always be cut down or swapped for longer. 

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The images below are taken from the Cooler Master website and illustrate well the technology utilised in the construction of the Eisberg. 

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Bi Directional Micro channels and Jet stream technology up close.

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Most Recent Comments

10-06-2013, 08:59:48

Greenback
interesting results, shame you didn't get the 240 version seems to do well in reviews.
Haven't cooler master been saying they are going to fix the noise since last year as it seems by other reviews as well it has noise issues.
But at £130 for the 240 version that's getting into Xspc kit range or even Swiftech H220 + another 240 rad, which makes it well over priced imoQuote

10-06-2013, 17:46:54

airdeano
aye, shoot the flare, the eisburg has capsized and is sinking quickly. the sounds
of the swelling whitecaps are drown out by the 7v pump growl! was really looking
forward to seeing this and its 240 brother really take off, instead of taking its last
gulp of coolant before up-ending.. too badQuote

10-06-2013, 23:27:09

Mgutierrez33
*Jayne Cobb voice* ... Well that's just damn disappointing'.

Oh well, I suppose you can't win them all. Plus, based on the specs of that pump it really wouldn't do ti add much more into the loop apart from a 240 mm rad and possibly including a MOSFETT block, but I wouldn't throw much more at it than that really.Quote

17-06-2013, 05:18:02

You_What?
Wil give this a read later tonight, been looking at at a 120mm AIO but the 240mm version caught my eye with the expandability?Quote

17-06-2013, 06:30:20

Greenback
Quote:
Originally Posted by You_What? View Post
Wil give this a read later tonight, been looking at at a 120mm AIO but the 240mm version caught my eye with the expandability?
If you want a 240 with expandability then look at the swiftech H220Quote
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