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post #11 of 213 (permalink) Old 09-13-2016, 05:23 AM
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Cut down the tubes due to case being narrow, being mounted on the rear and no need for Quick-connects (actually I was to lazy to get fittings out to mount it nicely)



Will see how the unit fairs with a i7 6700k, hopefully clocked up to 4.7/8Ghz in a small form factor !

Fan attached is beQuiet Silent Wing 3 PWM in pull, case runs on negative pressure. Undecided for Push-Pull, think the unit will be to large in a small case and kill the aesthetics of the builds. May switch smaller or what for the pretty new radiator coming out soon.... *drools*
Eisbaer may also be replaced with Slient Loop just to keep the logo's 100% beQuiet!
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Hi guys,

I am highly interested in the eisbaer 240 but how much of an temp difference can i expect compared to my h100iGTX? I am running 2x Noctua NF-F12 industrial PPC 3K fans. For my understanding i should see an pretty nice temp drop because the radiator is thicker, from copper and the pump is also much better compared to the Corsair units.
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Here you can find all reviews, maybe you will find a review where they compare against the Corsair H100i: http://www.alphacool.com/shopware.php?sViewport=campaign&emotionId=2634
Sorry, i am not sure in wich review you can find a Corsair H100i because we do not care much for that productline from Corsair.

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Hi guys,

I am highly interested in the eisbaer 240 but how much of an temp difference can i expect compared to my h100iGTX? I am running 2x Noctua NF-F12 industrial PPC 3K fans. For my understanding i should see an pretty nice temp drop because the radiator is thicker, from copper and the pump is also much better compared to the Corsair units.
Any thoughts?

expect less pump noise then drastic temp drops. This and the feature of quieter stock fans ( out the window in your situation) and the ability to expand the system unlike corsair units.
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how the performance orbitalwalsh? hows the temp on your 6700k? im thinking of using the cpu/pump block combo coz of space issue.
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how the performance orbitalwalsh? hows the temp on your 6700k? im thinking of using the cpu/pump block combo coz of space issue.

Hit 60c using Asus Real Bench - bench mark and then 67c using Asus Real Bench - Stress Test and running Heaven GPU bench ontop.

Bearing in mind this was in a UMX 3 case with negative pressure, Silent wing 3 fans on silent and a Strix GTX 1070 with core running at 4.7Ghz

Idle was at 35c , room temp 22c but no oower saving states on for the CPU



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Pretty much definitely going to go with an Alphacool Eisbaer 360 on my 6700k. Just need a new case that'll accept a 360 rad lol. They look great, probably overkill but I'd rather the peace of mind when I start to push the overclock harder. 4.4GHz at the moment

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Next year we will offer Eisbaer 140 and... :-) ... 420mm wink.gif

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Next year we will offer Eisbaer 140 and... :-) ... 420mm wink.gif

In surprised you dont iffer the 140/280/420 as pre-filled units like the 120mm versions already . Eisbaer 120 + 280 unit would see majority of average and hardcore water users just fine
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