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Eisberg 120 CPU Cooler from Alphacool Water Cooler for All AMD & Intel CPU's £34.99 @ Scan

£34.99 @ Scan
super buy easy fitting (just need to file plastic web on fan casings as caches screw head easy to do) much quitter than my old air cooled these were near £120 mine is far better than on line revi… Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
super buy easy fitting (just need to file plastic web on fan casings as caches screw head easy to do)
much quitter than my old air cooled these were near £120
mine is far better than on line reviews
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#1
Its made by coolermaster and seems a very good price but after reading the Hexus review i think i will give it a miss, its very hard to install and very loud.

http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/cooling/48789-cooler-master-eisberg-prestige-120l/
1 Like #2
in fairness they were reviewing it as if it cost £110... if it was this price I am sure they would have rated it higher :)
1 Like #3
Just say no kids and buy a decent heatsink/fan instead.
#4
For that price..Hot

but i would go with a corsair h50 or equivilent

or a Coolermaster evo 212 for £26 if you're looking for air coolers.
#5
Here's a video of the youtuber showing how loud the Coolermaster version pump is and from what I can hear, at 12v it's bloody loud!.. However, for a brand new AIO at this price is pretty damn hot even though it was at this price several months ago!..

Edited By: trueno2k on Dec 31, 2014 22:12
#6
Seidon 120v will be quieter and equal in performance and price
9 Likes #7
mjlivett
super buy easy fitting (just need to file plastic web on fan casings as caches screw head easy to do)
much quitter than my old air cooled these were near £120
mine is far better than on line reviews

My head hurts trying to decipher that. oO
#8
Seems like a good price to me, but how does it compare to the Seidon 120V V2 ?
#9
I have a Cooler Master Seidon 120V, is this better?
#10
I was in the process of water or air,after hearing noise level,I am settling for the Noctua D15, I belive very quiet on th reviews
#11
pimpMe
mjlivett
super buy easy fitting (just need to file plastic web on fan casings as caches screw head easy to do)
much quitter than my old air cooled these were near £120
mine is far better than on line reviews
My head hurts trying to decipher that. oO

That's what happens when you drink too much before it is even midnight.
#12
Wanted this but couldn't justify the price. Went for an antec 950 in the end
#13
be careful with these as they are known to leak from the base. For the price a very good deal and performance is great. tubing can be changed easily and rad swapped
#14
XNET
I was in the process of water or air,after hearing noise level,I am settling for the Noctua D15, I belive very quiet on th reviews

yes same here just built a rig with an i5 4690k cooling it with a hyper evo 212 but it runs too hot on a 4.4 overclock so have ordered the nh-d15 in the hope i can get my temps down a bit

atm my idle temps are around 34C and under stress test they hit around 70C which i am not happy with although this could be down to a crap chip or not installed correctly by myself

soon find out
#15
gap30
XNET
I was in the process of water or air,after hearing noise level,I am settling for the Noctua D15, I belive very quiet on th reviews

yes same here just built a rig with an i5 4690k cooling it with a hyper evo 212 but it runs too hot on a 4.4 overclock so have ordered the nh-d15 in the hope i can get my temps down a bit

atm my idle temps are around 34C and under stress test they hit around 70C which i am not happy with although this could be down to a crap chip or not installed correctly by myself

soon find out


Haswell runs hotter than Sandy and Ivybridge. Hyper 212 is a really good cooler, I would have looked at airflow, thermal paste and even your case before replacing with the Noctua.
#16
This is known to be one loud cooler.
Heat added for the deal though.
#17
gap30
XNET
I was in the process of water or air,after hearing noise level,I am settling for the Noctua D15, I belive very quiet on th reviews

yes same here just built a rig with an i5 4690k cooling it with a hyper evo 212 but it runs too hot on a 4.4 overclock so have ordered the nh-d15 in the hope i can get my temps down a bit

atm my idle temps are around 34C and under stress test they hit around 70C which i am not happy with although this could be down to a crap chip or not installed correctly by myself

soon find out

70 degrees is totally acceptable for these chips with overclock. My 4670k gets to 77 deg max with a 4.5GHz and I'm totally OK with with that (using a CM 120V)
#18
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XNET
I was in the process of water or air,after hearing noise level,I am settling for the Noctua D15, I belive very quiet on th reviews


If you have amd 8 cores chips and plan to use all cores for prolong times, liquid cooling is the only way to go. I speak from my own experience.
#19
ValueForMoney
gap30
XNET
I was in the process of water or air,after hearing noise level,I am settling for the Noctua D15, I belive very quiet on th reviews

yes same here just built a rig with an i5 4690k cooling it with a hyper evo 212 but it runs too hot on a 4.4 overclock so have ordered the nh-d15 in the hope i can get my temps down a bit

atm my idle temps are around 34C and under stress test they hit around 70C which i am not happy with although this could be down to a crap chip or not installed correctly by myself

soon find out

Haswell runs hotter than Sandy and Ivybridge. Hyper 212 is a really good cooler, I would have looked at airflow, thermal paste and even your case before replacing with the Noctua.

case is fractal designr4, yes i have thought about the things you say

I want to try and push my chip to 4.5 atm on 4.3 on 1.25v if i take it up to 4.4 it gets red hot and BSOD so will try the new cooler

I think 34C idle is too high, most ppl say i should be getting around 25C
#20
Can anyone recommend a 240/280 CPU cooler? Just got the Fractal R5 after a long needed update and want to switch to CPU liquid cooling
1 Like #21
I'm the one who overclocks :p
#22
gap30
ValueForMoney
gap30
XNET
I was in the process of water or air,after hearing noise level,I am settling for the Noctua D15, I belive very quiet on th reviews

yes same here just built a rig with an i5 4690k cooling it with a hyper evo 212 but it runs too hot on a 4.4 overclock so have ordered the nh-d15 in the hope i can get my temps down a bit

atm my idle temps are around 34C and under stress test they hit around 70C which i am not happy with although this could be down to a crap chip or not installed correctly by myself

soon find out

Haswell runs hotter than Sandy and Ivybridge. Hyper 212 is a really good cooler, I would have looked at airflow, thermal paste and even your case before replacing with the Noctua.

case is fractal designr4, yes i have thought about the things you say

I want to try and push my chip to 4.5 atm on 4.3 on 1.25v if i take it up to 4.4 it gets red hot and BSOD so will try the new cooler

I think 34C idle is too high, most ppl say i should be getting around 25C


Well I get 24C idle on a 2500k @ 4.3Ghz using a H100i, 40C under full load. Your temps seem normal for a Haswell chip using air cooling honestly.

Good luck though
#23
I bought 3 for build just before xmas and yes the pump is slightly loud, but get a fan controller and its fine. So for £35.00 its a bargain.
#24
I've got a D-14 with the 4770k and yes they run hot. Idle at 30 degrees hits 40 while gaming. Whilst prime 95 is running i hit 70 degrees.
Owned the 212 evo coolermaaster before hand and it's a good cooler.
#25
Why would they make a loud liquid cooler! The whole point of liquid cooling used to be greater efficiency, cooling and therefore lower noise at the expense of a bit of complexity during install - surely if you make a loud one it's virtually pointless over a decent fan cooler or a manual-setup/not-sealed liquid cooler?
#26
The pump only runs 2db louder than the Seidon 120v (I have from an older deal on here) This is using an Alphacool rad/fan combo not the stock CM ones, this I'm guessing is because you could purchase the pump on its own when they came onto the market and use it in a custom loop... But I'm guessing it didn't take on and these are left overs that SCAN have had in stock and built to move on quick. Just my £0.02.

Original: http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/cpu-liquid-cooler/eisberg-120l-prestige/
#27
Original says 400litres an hour and the one on scan says 120litres an hour..
#28
The scan kit only has one fan also
#29
nightyard
The scan kit only has one fan also

All 3 of mine came with 2, with blue veins.
#30
plewis00
Why would they make a loud liquid cooler! The whole point of liquid cooling used to be greater efficiency, cooling and therefore lower noise at the expense of a bit of complexity during install - surely if you make a loud one it's virtually pointless over a decent fan cooler or a manual-setup/not-sealed liquid cooler?

its not the "whole point" though, because liquid also moves some of your heat exchange to the radiator. So for small, cramped builds or CPUs next to giant sweaty graphics cards, it grants access to cooler air. Obviously if money is no object then this is indeed useless compared to other better ones, which will cost more.

I still wouldn't buy one unless I had to :p


Edited By: soRahms on Jan 06, 2015 13:17

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