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Found 15 results

  1. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Oxidation on the boards lower region

    © Jan Stromback

  2. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Water in board fan

    © Jan Stromback

  3. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Water running down the case side and water underneath components at the edge of the motherboard

    © Jan Stromback

  4. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Water in the clamps for PCI and on the cable passing the powersupply

    © Jan Stromback

  5. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Water dripping from the pumphouse on the desk

    © Jan Stromback

  6. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Water on the bracket for the pumphouse

    © Jan Stromback

  7. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Number on the pumphouse RLEB2416FKR112855071308

    © Jan Stromback

  8. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Water running down the Sabertooths boardcover and water on the CPU clamp

    © Jan Stromback

  9. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Waterdroplets on the CPU clamp and maybe in the thermal compound

    © Jan Stromback

  10. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Water droplets on the coolers surface

    © Jan Stromback

  11. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Water at the edge between the coppersurface and the plastic housing immedialtly after removing the pumphouse and twisted it upside down

    © Jan Stromback

  12. From the album: Cooler Master Iceberg 240L

    Water on the graphic card and running down below both edges of the pumphouse on the motherboards cover

    © Jan Stromback

  13. OK Im going to be as specific as possible. The pump sounds like a fish tank pump and is overpowering in my room. I am using the motherboard Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3. Here is a diagram of the fan inputs on the board: Currently I have a NOCTUA PWM Y-CABLE coming off the CPU_FAN 1 The 3 pin connector is going to the fans and the 4 pin connector is going to the pump. These are my BIOS options: The CPU Smart FAN Control is set to NORMAL CPU Smart FAN Mode is Auto OK...thats the current setup and Im just guessing that my pump is either running nonstop FULLSPEED....or there is some problem with it. Any help or suggestions for adjustments are greatly appreciated!! Thanks in advance!
  14. Hi Guys, Am i ask if is possible to made a Nepton closer-loop water cooler with a 240mm radiator, because many of our cases do not support 280mm radiator like silencio 652 case Thanks for your atention
  15. Hello: I recently upgraded from a big air-cooler 3 fan rig to the 240l. I put it in a coolermaster Haf XM and installed it as a push (fans in case-cooler on top) configuration. The only thing I found no mention of in the installation papers was which fan or pump to hook up to the cpu cooler fan plug. I hooked up the pump to that plug but I am getting a lot of fan noise and seemingly no variation in fan speed from idle to fully loaded... Its my first water cooler so any help appreciated... Thanx---Bitbob