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Cooler Master Eisberg Prestige 240L Review

Rating: 9.5.

Today we are going to look at the latest all-in-one CPU water cooler from Cooler Master, the Eisberg Prestige 240L which competes with the latest models from the likes of Corsair and NZXT.  The Eisberg range is targeted specifically at enthusiasts and boasts a number of exciting features that differentiate it from the competition.

Cooler Master has been a little slow with the launch of the Eisberg series of all-in-one CPU coolers for as it’s taken much longer than expected to get them ready for market.  In the meantime, they released their Seidon range of more mainstream liquid coolers which performed well in our tests.


We will be comparing the Eisberg Prestige 240L with the Seidon 240M that we reviewed a few weeks back in this review to see how they compare.


  • German designed pump provides stable and strong water pressure
  • JetStream Technology – provides turbo injection of water inside the waterblock
  • Improved cold plate design:
    • Large Micro Channel contact area
    • 100% copper
    • Fine cut Jet Plate
  • Integrated pump and waterblock
  • Easy installation with Eisberg mounting kit

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  • Rt23ds

    wow you can get access to the liquid inside, thats a great idea. have to get me one of these.

  • Ben

    Great looking CPU block, thats going to help with the flow big time. always a problem with those all in ones.

    Wasn’t expecting this from cooler master but from corsair. excellent review. found it on amazon under the kitchen equipment? thats well listed.!

  • Ivan

    The D14 of the all in one world 🙂 – bit expensive for me, happy with my entry level corsair, but nice work from Cooler Master.

  • Darth Digglers

    Well this is very nice. shame about the noise at 12v, but the results are excellent. great looking build quality. might have to get myself one of these down the line for testing.

  • Just-A-Passerby

    I’m a bit curious though.
    What would happen if you combine this kit with NP-F12/NP-F14 fans (NH-D14 fans, and yes, you can buy them seperately)

    Wouldn’t it be an epic cooling system that embraces astounding acoustic and thermal performance?

  • with higher grade fans, yes the noise would reduce significantly under load.

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