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    Cooler Master returns to liquid cooling

    Eisberg 120 and Eisberg 240 all-in-one liquid coolers uncovered at CeBIT 2012.
    Watch the show..

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    Re: Cooler Master returns to liquid cooling

    I like the flexibility provided but unless it can match his reported performance I doubt I'll even look at them.

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    Re: Cooler Master returns to liquid cooling

    sounds like the cost is pushing towards build your own loop kinda money, the convenience is nice though and i would be interested in seeing a head to head with the corsair H100 and any other AIO loops that are currently about

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    Re: Cooler Master returns to liquid cooling

    Looks cheap and tacky... only thing going for it is the thick radiator but that brings with it mounting problems

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    Re: Cooler Master returns to liquid cooling

    Quote Originally Posted by Tact.X View Post
    Looks cheap and tacky... only thing going for it is the thick radiator but that brings with it mounting problems
    I have slightly modded my case so it would fit quite nicely into the front where the 5.25" drives would normally go and where my H50 is currently, but I like the larger/thicker radiator. Also I noticed that it didn't have a fan attached, normally I would expect to see a fan with something like this so hopefully it was just removed for the interview.

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    Re: Cooler Master returns to liquid cooling

    So glad to see embedded videos instead of that stupid popup window we had for previous shows!
    Nice work hexus

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