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Yes, but I don't act on supposition, I go on the evidence laid before me. The evidence so far isn't anything that compelling for the Eisberg. I do agree something seems off in that chart since the H100 and NH-D14 are typically much closer in performance, but I have no other evidence in front of me to suggest that the Eisberg will do anywhere near 10C better than the H100. I'd like it to do well, but there needs to be evidence that it does do well, not blind faith.
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Yes, but I don't act on supposition, I go on the evidence laid before me. The evidence so far isn't anything that compelling for the Eisberg. I do agree something seems off in that chart since the H100 and NH-D14 are typically much closer in performance, but I have no other evidence in front of me to suggest that the Eisberg will do anywhere near 10C better than the H100. I'd like it to do well, but there needs to be evidence that it does do well, not blind faith.

I donno it looks like a great way to go is to just buy the pump/block and get a used after market 360 rad if u can find it cheaper then there 360 kit is gonna be.
    
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I need to see the policy on compensation for leakages and I'm in. Say what you will about the H100, from what I've seen on several forums, Corsair stands behind their product and replace items damaged due to leakages. I hope Coolermaster will match this, and If they do, then It will probably be the best of the shelf cooler available.

Personally, I'd be weary about Coolermaster's support. I had one of the worst RMA experiences ever with one of their PSUs (took them nearly two months to send one back and the one they sent back was broken). Doesn't necessarily mean their whole RMA department is messed up, but this was a joke of an experience and I won't ever buy CM products again.
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I donno it looks like a great way to go is to just buy the pump/block and get a used after market 360 rad if u can find it cheaper then there 360 kit is gonna be.

A Raystorm kit would be just as expensive, maybe even cheaper depending which rad you get, and you already know that it will perform well.
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A Raystorm kit would be just as expensive, maybe even cheaper depending which rad you get, and you already know that it will perform well.

I like the neatness of this kit.
    
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Nope, 240mm version from the PCGamesHardware.de review

The vertical axis is temperature, the horizontal voltage.

Much more thicker rad, much more powerful pump, only 4C difference? I doubt it.
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Personally, I'd be weary about Coolermaster's support. I had one of the worst RMA experiences ever with one of their PSUs (took them nearly two months to send one back and the one they sent back was broken). Doesn't necessarily mean their whole RMA department is messed up, but this was a joke of an experience and I won't ever buy CM products again.

Well, corsair isn't that good either, not anymore. They will only compensate you a MAXIMUM of 150 for your gpu, 100 for motherboard
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Found a video review, this looks like a pretty good cooler and it trumps the H100.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-v3UG_O3wI

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Much more thicker rad, much more powerful pump, only 4C difference? I doubt it.

H100 ~27mm rad
Eisberg 240L 30mm rad

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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

I want to see the 360 Version thats the one i want.. thumb.gif

That and the thicker versions of the 120 and 240 depend on how well the standard models sell.

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Are you kidding me? Four degrees is huge! Not sure what you expected.

It is huge, but it seems on par with the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme. I think people were expecting a little bigger gap, closer to the performance difference between the Raystorm or Rasa kits and the H100.

Corsair H100 - 2400rpm fans
Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme - 2000rpm
Cooler Master Eisberg Prestige 240L- 1600rpm fans (Euro model)

The Extreme and Eisberg both outperform the H100, with considerably less noise. At worst, the Eisberg is roughly comparable to the Extreme, at 400rpm lower. Direct comparisons of the three, using the same fans, will show the actual performance gulf. Low, medium and high speeds. Push, pull, push-pull.



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post #49 of 150
Damn i want the thick rad and 360 version guess ima have to hold onto this crappy H-100 a bit longer then...

They do know it would be better to put the thick rad versions out first.. show them destroying the H-100.. is a selling point.
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Even the 120L would be ideal for me, it should beat my H70 to pulp. Looking at the way it outperforms the H100 I am hoping for a 10C gain on my underwhelming cooler. Depending on the price of the 240 and whether I can get a decently priced case with room for the radiator that would be even better.
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