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post #121 of 150 Old 01-25-2013, 11:14 AM
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Another review:

http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/cooling/48789-cooler-master-eisberg-prestige-120l/

CM has also launched a mini site for this:

http://event.coolermaster.com/Eisberg/index.html

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Well I like to see some benchmarks if the voltage adapter is added. 2800 RPM is just more than enough to cool a 360mm rad.

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I wanted to add that kitguru just did a review on the 240L which you may want to add to the OP

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Performance seems very good compared to h110 and h100i (3930k @4.7Ghz):




Noise levels are also better when using 7v and 5v versus going 12v:



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hard to take kitguru review serious... just look at h100 and phantek temps... way off compared to other reviews
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Seriously considering getting the Eisberg Prestige Solo and a NexXxoS Monsta 240 to go along with it wheee.gif.
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i wonder what the final pricing of this would be in the US. Right now it's going for about the equivalent of $200 USD for the 240L. I think in the US it would be better priced at no more than $160-70 over the H220.

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It looks like the road map for the next generation of sealed coolers. Not just sealed but per-filled and customizable. .

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any review of the "Solo" that is in english? I am thinking of getting rid of my GPU in the loop, sell my Raystorm block and get rid of my bay reservoir and get either this or the Swiftech one... the swiftech is more expensive but the performance is for sure around the top of the waterblock chain, but if this can perform even within 3-5C range of the Swiftech Apogee Drive II then I may consider buying this instead for the money that I could save.
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