Gamemax Iceberg 120 CPU Water Cooler Review

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Gamemax Iceberg 120 RGB CPU Water Cooler Review

Gamemax Iceberg 120

While Gamemax isn’t quite a household name here in the UK yet, that’s certainly something that’s changing, and quite quickly too. We’ve already reviewed their mighty impressive Draco Mid-Tower chassis and the Moonstone chassis, and both were pretty fantastic given their extremely affordable price tags. However, now they’re back on eTeknix again with the Iceberg 120. It looks set to be one of the most affordable AIO coolers we’ve ever tested, yet it still comes with all the fancy features you would expect in 2017.

Equipped with a low profile radiator design, and a 120mm fan, the Iceberg should be compatible with almost any system (within reason). While it may not be big enough to compete with larger radiator designs and some of the more expensive models on the market, it should still be pretty capable. For overclocking a mid-to-high-end CPU with a decent overclock, 120mm radiators have proven competent in the past.


The Iceberg comes equipped with a 120mm RGB fan. If that wasn’t enough, there’s also some matching RGB lighting built into the pump housing too, giving your system some added visual flair. The radiator is made from aluminium and fed by a copper water block and rubber tubing. It’s all fairly straightforward, but what you would expect from any decent radiator/AIO design.


What’s in the Box

The Iceberg 120 comes with all the usual fitting components you would expect from an AIO. There’s a universal backplate, an Intel and AMD compatible bracket, and even LGA 2011 fitting screws. Some of the bracket it pre-assembled too, with spring mounted screws on each retention bracket, and even some thermal paste included that should ease the installation process.

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One Response to “Gamemax Iceberg 120 CPU Water Cooler Review”
  1. David M says:

    I might get a quiet 120mm AIO and I’m between this or the Arctic Liquid Freezer 120. Which’s the better perfomance/noise ratio?

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