We review the Cooler Master Eisberg 240L Prestige, a 240mm Liquid cooler that is performing nicely, brought to you in a AIO LCS kit package (All-in-one Liquid Cooling Setup) that can actually be upgraded. The Eisberg series has been pending for a long long time now as it is not your typical all in one liquid cooling kit with the Eisberg series you can change tubing, get fitting that can be removed. So basically you can add or change loops, add or change your coolant. Pretty interesting really, and it finally reached the European market, hence the review today. But can it keep up with similar Asetek based products and their own Seidon series ?
Cooler Master designed this product with a water-cooling specialist that you guys all know from the reviews here on Guru3D, Alphacool from Germany. The combined effort resulted in a fairly compact water-cooling system called the Eisberg Prestige. While you can change out stuff, this kit is all-in-one. Install it and you'll have it working as the Eisberg prestige comes pre-filled, sealed and tested.
For today's review we'll be examining the 240L Prestige model; armed with two 120mm fans and a 240mm radiator it is one of the more easy to install products we have tested to date. However, as stated the market is fierce and competitive, will the Seidon 240M be able to hold ground against the new grub from NZXT and Corsair?
Well, let's find out, but have a look at what's tested today first.
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