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post #111 of 150
Seems like Cooler master did add the Eisberg coolers to their official website -> http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6882

According to this shop, it's in dutch, it's going to be available within a week or two? http://maxict.nl/product/3574129/coolermaster-coomas-eisberg-240?rs=tradetracker
post #112 of 150
There was a post on a review of the early samples stating that the pump noise was going to be fixed but I can't remember where. Hopefully they did indeed address it as I am quite interested on getting the block.
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There was a post on a review of the early samples stating that the pump noise was going to be fixed but I can't remember where. Hopefully they did indeed address it as I am quite interested on getting the block.

I've heard that as well and it's currently holding me back purchasing this one right now.

This shop is already selling it with a stock of 54 units. http://maxict.nl/product/3574129/coolermaster-coomas-eisberg-240?btwview=in&rs=hwinfo&utm_source=hardwareinfo&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=prijsvergelijker#
post #114 of 150
It would be interesting to read reviews of the updated version - and some warranty details. At this point the Swiftech H220 looks very promising...
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This is a huge cooler.Waiting for review and price.
    
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post #116 of 150
I'm no water cooling expert but i was going to get a H100i. Is the Eisberg cooler and quieter
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I'm no water cooling expert but i was going to get a H100i. Is the Eisberg cooler and quieter
Had a chance to play with one yesterday, didn't test it but I can tell you the retention mechanism is very poor, I don't expect it to return brilliant results in its current form... maybe later we'll some aftermarket parts for it (custom mounting + back plate), but as it is now, I wouldn't get my hopes too high (despite the quality radiator, far superior to all AIOs currently on the market).
post #118 of 150
Most recent review from here:

http://www.thelab.gr/heatsinks-coolers-watercooling-reviews/cooler-master-eisberg-240l-prestige-review-118401.html

You'll have to use a translator but it seems the pump noise issue still remains.
post #119 of 150
The only thing the Eisberg had going for it was the fact that you could turn it into a full loop.
But now that Swiftech is in the game, Cooler master will need to revise the product in order to stay competitive.
The Swiftech CPU and Pump combo is insanely powerful, and can run SLI loops, while staying really quiet with a 60,000 MTBF.
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post #120 of 150
Not to mention PWM control, though I still like the idea of a pump/res/block combo.
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