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Cooler Master Eisberg goes Solo and V8GTS revealed

Posted on Wednesday, January 09 2013 @ 10:32:50 CET by


TweakTown saw at CES that Cooler Master is about to launch a solo version of its Eisberg watercooling block, enabling you to combine it with your own tubing, fittings, and radiators. Pricing and availability is unknown though.
If you have paid attention, you are likely already aware of the Eisberg customizable water kits. CoolerMaster has seen some action and much interest in this design. In fact, they have actually started at this point offering the Eisberg Solo. Essentially this is the workhorse of all of the Eisberg systems, but now CoolerMaster is offering the head unit with the built in pump and reservoir for the completely custom cooling desires of many builders. This way you get the compact, AIO style of the head unit, but with the ability to now use your own tubing, fittings, and radiators to get exactly what you want from the Eisberg without having the spend for all the extras that you really had no desire to use in some instances anyways.
CM Eisberg Solo

The reporter also noticed that Cooler Master is bringing back the V8GT air cooling solution, it's now called V8GTS and features a somewhat different shroud, a triple-fin array with 140mm fans and a new base:
What is really intriguing about this new redesign is that the V8 uses four pipes to radiate the heat into the fins, but to take the heat from the processor; CoolerMaster has gone back to the Vapor Chamber for additional cooling ability. This isn't like what was used in the 812, here they have used the chamber, and a mighty large one sandwiched between the base plate and the pipes. The combination of new fans and this huge Vapor Chamber, the V8GTS has the potential to once again be a new top dog in CPU air cooling.




 



 

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