Cooler Master Eisberg 240L Prestige Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

  Cooler Master Eisberg 240L Prestige Review



We reviewed the smaller single radiator version, the 120L prestige back in June 2013 and it's fair to say we weren't overly impressed with it.  With all thoughts of it out of our mind we approach the larger version, the 240L Prestige with unsullied thoughts and a spring in our step.  As you might have guessed this is a double width version of the 120L, coming as it does with 2x120mm 1600rpm fans.  Double the surface area should make for improved performance  and of course the Eisberg range offer what conventional AIOs do not.  Although at point of delivery the 240L is essentially and AIO it can be taken apart, added to and expanded.  This flexibility though comes at a price.  At £131 It's a lot more expensive than traditional AIOs.  To see what we're getting for our money let's take a look at the technical Specification.


Technical Specification

Intel   Compatibility

Socket 2011
Socket 1366
Socket 1156
Socket 1155

AMD   Compatibility

Socket FM2
Socket FM1
Socket AM3+
Socket AM3
Socket AM2+
Socket AM2

CPU   Waterblock

Copper Micro Channel CPU Waterblock


2 x 120mm

Radiator   Dimensions

280 x 124 x 30mm (without fan)


2 x 1600 rpm Coolermaster Fans

Fan   Connection

3 Pin

Fan   Airflow

60.2 CFM

Fan   Noise

20.5 dBA

Special   Features

All   In One CPU Cooler
Can be Expanded
Micro Channel Technology

Package   Contents

1 x Coolermaster Eisberg
2 x 120mm Fans
Mounting Hardware
Factory Filled Coolant


  • Features
  • German designed pump provides stable and strong water pressure
  • JetStream Technology – provides turbo injection of water inside the waterblock
  • Improved cold plate design:
  • Easy installation with Eisberg mounting kit
  • Large Micro Channel contact area
  • - 100% copper
  • - Fine cut Jet Plate
  • - Integrated pump and waterblock


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Most Recent Comments

30-09-2013, 05:49:35


Having reviewed the 120L back in June it's now time to take a look at the big brother, the 240L Prestige.

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30-09-2013, 07:03:20

I'd expect a noisy pump with the cheaper seidon series, not with their upmarket eisberg coolers, good job coolermaster :/.

If my seidon 120m is anything to go by, the seidon 240m would be a much better buy than this.Quote

30-09-2013, 07:49:43

Wow so glad I'm running a H100i after reading thatQuote

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