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    Default Eisberg 240L Prestige

    Eisberg is a German designed water cooling system with outstanding cooling performance and great durability. The Micro Channel Technology provides more contact area between coolant and copper base and improves cooling performance. The other unique Jet Stream Technology offers turbo injection of water inside the waterblock and provides optimal speed and pressure of water flow.
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    PS. IMO, This one looking more promising then Glacier 240L.

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    Default Re: Eisberg 240L Prestige

    it sucks and pump is very noisey. only thing good is the rad.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Eisberg 240L Prestige

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    it sucks and pump is very noisey. only thing good is the rad.
    Even the rad may be questionable.....

    The pump noise on these things is enough to make you want to slam your head through the monitor after a few minutes. It's like a fly buzzing around your ear.

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    Wow. Is that much awful?

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    Default Re: Eisberg 240L Prestige

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Wow. Is that much awful?
    LOL....it's pretty awful. I actually thought that CM had discontinued this line. It's been around for a couple of years. I had the privilege of using one, even though they weren't (and I think still aren't) available in the US. Not a good experience...

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    Default Re: Eisberg 240L Prestige

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    LOL....it's pretty awful. I actually thought that CM had discontinued this line. It's been around for a couple of years. I had the privilege of using one, even though they weren't (and I think still aren't) available in the US. Not a good experience...
    Thanks man, save me the trouble, was thinking of this AIO because of possibility to change the fittings on the integrated pump/block (all other AIO have them fixed), and put some Reservoir too into the loop, but now knowing all this is out of the question.

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    Default Re: Eisberg 240L Prestige

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Thanks man, save me the trouble, was thinking of this AIO because of possibility to change the fittings on the integrated pump/block (all other AIO have them fixed), and put some Reservoir too into the loop, but now knowing all this is out of the question.
    As much as you can't change the fittings on the pump/block, the Glacer 240L is really the way to go if you need to keep it AiO for some reason. Or wait for the H220X.

    The XSPC Raystorm 750 EX240 Kit would do you very well also as a starting kit.

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    Default Re: Eisberg 240L Prestige

    The Eisberg wasn't for me (I'm really satisfied and like my custom loop), but for my friend who does not want to invest a lot but he want to have complete loop (rad, res, pump ...), for that I thought of Eisberg, but now I'm gonna tell him to go with Glacer 240L, and if he insist of something better, to be prepared to Loose more $ .

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    Default Re: Eisberg 240L Prestige

    the rad from the Eisberg is an alphacool rad
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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