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post #511 of 964
yes thats right, but there was never - correct me if i am wrong - a clc where you had the option to use different rads like this preview with the 360 rad.
also the pump seems to be bigger and more powerful which is def an improvement over existing models.
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post #512 of 964
HA! guys, I don't see a whole lot of difference between this and the Rasa kits.... The rasa kits might cooler better but this is amazing. Its just like it looked, they are barbs and CM dose intend to allow you to customize the kit. This is brilliant. Corsairs CLC's might get their butt's handed to them. I also like how they have a thin and thick rad...like XSPC's RS and RX rads almost.
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post #513 of 964
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Originally Posted by KhaoticKomputing View Post

HA! guys, I don't see a whole lot of difference between this and the Rasa kits.... The rasa kits might cooler better but this is amazing. Its just like it looked, they are barbs and CM dose intend to allow you to customize the kit. This is brilliant. Corsairs CLC's might get their butt's handed to them. I also like how they have a thin and thick rad...like XSPC's RS and RX rads almost.

rasa = custom loop -> needs maintenance like every other custom water build
this clc is maintenance free like every other product like the H series, coolit eco or asatek and more
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post #514 of 964
yeah it looks pretty awesome: easy to install for noobs, very good performance, very compact. but still customizeable later on if wanted... the only downside is it's prize, but 30-40% more expensive than a H100 would be still a good deal.
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post #515 of 964
indeed. but there is still one question. will it be customizable? cause there is no way to get the air out of it once you disassemble the connected rad. and what kind of liquid is used? can it be replaced?
or i missed something?!?
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post #516 of 964
Quote:
Originally Posted by justanewguy View Post

rasa = custom loop -> needs maintenance like every other custom water build
this clc is maintenance free like every other product like the H series, coolit eco or asatek and more

However this CLC can be taken apart. It use's compersion fittings. They even said you could upgrade the rad or use this pump/res combo with other set ups..unlike the other CLC's
Quote:
Originally Posted by justanewguy View Post

indeed. but there is still one question. will it be customizable? cause there is no way to get the air out of it once you disassemble the connected rad. and what kind of liquid is used? can it be replaced?
or i missed something?!?

Watch the video. They intend on the end user being able to take it apart and reuse things.

So, unlike the H100. You could start with the 120mm version of this kit, and add in a 360 and some any GPU block you want. BAM custom water loop for CPU and GPU. pending on how strong the pump is that is.
Face it, this is brilliant!


EDIT: long story short. The other CLC's where not made to be opend. In the video he even points out a refill location. They do intend on you to maintain this loop.
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post #517 of 964
I'm looking forward to my XSPC Rasa 750 RX360 tongue.gif add in a 7970 block and im set for 1300mhz core wink.gif
post #518 of 964
Quote:
Originally Posted by KhaoticKomputing View Post

However this CLC can be taken apart. It use's compersion fittings. They even said you could upgrade the rad or use this pump/res combo with other set ups..unlike the other CLC's
Watch the video. They intend on the end user being able to take it apart and reuse things.
So, unlike the H100. You could start with the 120mm version of this kit, and add in a 360 and some any GPU block you want. BAM custom water loop for CPU and GPU. pending on how strong the pump is that is.
Face it, this is brilliant!
EDIT: long story short. The other CLC's where not made to be opend. In the video he even points out a refill location. They do intend on you to maintain this loop.

i wanted to watch it, hadnt time yet but thanks for reminding. this sounds just pure awesomeness
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post #519 of 964
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Originally Posted by justanewguy View Post

yes thats right, but there was never - correct me if i am wrong - a clc where you had the option to use different rads like this preview with the 360 rad.
also the pump seems to be bigger and more powerful which is def an improvement over existing models.

They've offered a range of products over the years.

http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=135
http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=141
http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=155
http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=2539
http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=3855
http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=3795
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103048

Generally, you weren't supposed to open any of the assembled units, but they were easy enough to modify by removing the tube clamps. If anything, the Eisberg line seem to be the first closed system where Cooler Master have actively encouraged modification.

Strangely enough, the Eisbergs have attracted more attention here than in the water cooling section.


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post #520 of 964
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fresh from the CeBit, the Alpenföhn Everest:
(8x8mm Heatpipes, Triple Tower design, 4x 140mm fans)
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Maybe it wont even be significantly better than the K2/SA/D14 etc but i just need this for the looks alone lol, this thing is massive thumb.gif

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