Iceberg Thermal Ice Floe Oasis 360



The following system was used to test the cooler:
– Processor: Intel i7 13700K @ 5.4GHz
– Motherboard: Biostar Z790 Valkyrie
– RAM: Neo Forza MDK5 DDR5 96GB 6000MHz
– Graphics Card: MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X
– SSD: NeoForza NFP075 2TB
– HDD: N/A
– PSU: Seasonic Prime TX-1000
– Case: be quiet! Silent Base 802 White
– OS: Windows 10 64-Bit (After April Update)



Software used for testing the cooler:

– AIDA64 Extreme Version: 7.30.6900
– Intel Burn Test v2.54
– Prime95 29.1


The cooler was tested with the CPU at the default turbo frequency of 5.40 GHz.
Also, the included fans have been used at their maximum speed.
The room temperature was approximately 26°C (78°F), with 2°C margin of error.

The settings of the software used are the following:
Intel Burn Test v2.54 – Stress level: Maximum
Prime95 29.1- small FFT
AIDA64 Extreme Version – FPU Benchmark & Temperature monitoring.
Each test was conducted for 40 minutes.



The noise level was measured at three different distances from the fans (10cm, 20cm, 30cm.) the noise was measured with a margin of error of ± 2 db.


In the video below you have a noise sample of the CPU cooler with its fan at maximum RPM.


Final thoughts

The Iceberg Thermal Ice Floe Oasis 360 is a good looking liquid CPU cooler that is offered for less than 100 USD at the time of this review. For this price, you get a cooler that outperforms a lot of expensive CPU coolers and does so with ease.

With an Intel i7 13700K, the temperature never went above 72°C, which is impressive given the high heat output of these CPUs.
What is even more impressive is that this cooling performance is delivered with a maximum noise output of 44 decibels. And remember, this is with three 120mm fans that are spinning at a maximum of 2200RPM.

In terms of the design, the Ice Floe Oasis 360 is a good-looking CPU cooler that has some desgin elements shared with the other Iceberg Thermal CPU coolers. What I’m talking about is of course, the abstract shape of the CPU water block which has been used on many Iceberg Thermal air CPU coolers.
The build quality is good, there are no rough edges anywhere to be seen, the cables are good and the same can be said for the sleeving of the tubes. While the lack of sleeving on the wires can be a dissapointment for some, the good part about this is that the cables are easier to route.

The installation process is very simple, as most of the mounting system is revolved around getting the backplate installed on the motherboard. The rest includes placing the CPU water block over the mounting bars and securing it with some spring-loaded screws. Could the installation process be easier? Yes, but even so, it’s easy enough to work with.

The included 120mm fans, are great, with rubber pads on both sides of the frame. The addressable RGB LEDs are integrated into the impellers and the hub. One good feature of these fans is the daisy chain system for the RGB LEDs. This way, you can connect only one fan to your motherboard or RGB controller and have all fans synchronized.

In conclusion, the Iceberg Thermal Ice Floe Oasis 360 is an amazing All in one Liquid CPU coolers that delivers a great performance for a decent price. The performance is great and the noise output is low. In terms of the desgin, the cooler is good lookin and will feel at home in any system you can think of.


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