I've been testin a LOT of AiO's lately and I can say to you all. Gz. U have made the right choice.
FYI. When using the 12v the and if your pump/block/res unit makes a "whining" sound...it ends by time.. Give it some
..I used 5v -> 7v -12v .. It was annoying.. Now its silent. Meanin Eisberg Unit.
Tests made / aio I got : A.kuhler 620 and 1220, CM Seidon 120 and 240 and Eisberg 240L kit. Chips: Nearly all FX-series..none Intel..Sorry but cant say bout how Intel chip / AMD n those cooler go head to head (prolly should get few cheap ones...)
Eisberg is different, like competition..220 swifftek..also not sealed..but imo. Eisberg is better and easy to fill n drain.
I havent added a reservoir (yet.....gonna use the pumps power for my MOSFET-block too).
I love the fact that you dont loose your warranty if u modifie. Its made rdy for modifications but also sold as "AIO" (the pack does have a decent Alphacool Copper rad..)
Personally I first just wanted to change the color of tubing .... too many topics how He.. it is to drain/fill it...
But the tubes were too thin for my taste.... soo... Ignored the damn reviews and post that its a pain to fill7drain n add a reservoir if u do it for easier....offc. its easier with a big reserator but unnecessary.
Just plug it in in fill it outside the case n let it run..
Here's my Eisberg unit atm.
Btw. Doin a new build (my personal rig) .... usin my mrs rig atm. (information bout this candycrushmachine is incorrect..made changes to this too....need powa
Build-log : http://www.overclock.net/t/1470121/cm-haf-stacker-935-fx9590-aresii-all-gonna-be-modded-project-noneedforaname
EDIT : FX9590 oc'd to 5.2GHZ under heavy load...not even 65'c.
Allthou CM HAF Stacker 935 and the placement up to the mini-itx case (the rad I mean) helps a lot. The Airflow is superb.
Edit 2 : (whoops). Eisberg unit. The tubing is Masterkleer's white, EK's G1/4 fitting 16/13. Radiator is Alphacool's Monsta 240 (80cm thick full copper). Cooling liquid atm is EK's Ekoolant (clear).Edited by GreenGoblinGHz - 3/3/14 at 11:12am