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Alphacool Eisbaer all-in-one watercooling solution starts shipping

Posted on Thursday, July 14 2016 @ 18:59:41 CEST by


German cooling firm Alphacool announces the availability of its Eisbaer watercooling lineup. These all-in-one kits are available with 120mm radiator, 240mm radiator, 280mm radiator and 360mm radiator options. Pricing is 94.99EUR, 114.99EUR, 124.99EUR and 139.99EUR, repectively. Details can be found over here.
It’s finally time; the long-awaited Alphacool “Eisbaer” CPU cooler is finally available in all versions. From the entry-level model with a 120mm radiator to the classic 240mm radiator, and of course a 280mm version. For maximum performance, look to the biggest model with a 360mm radiator. For individualists who want to custom-design their system, take a look at the “Eisbaer” Solo. The Solo model consists of just the pump- and cooler-unit with integrated reservoir.

The Alphacool “Eisbaer” won the highest awards on several renowned test sites and received top marks in many categories. Above all, the extremely quiet and adjustable pump was a big positive surprise for many testers.

With the Alphacool “Eisbaer”, we’re offering an extremely quiet high-performance cooler for every CPU on the market currently. A closed water cooling system that’s easy to install and can be easily and safely expanded with its quick-lock closure.

The case features a blue illuminated logo and two G ¼ inch threads that fit the conventional water cooling standard. This makes switching or replacing any components easily possible. A fill port makes refilling the fluid easier in case the circuit is expanded with a radiator, for example. The window on the reservoir, which is also illuminated, allows you to easily determine if more fluid is required. The surface of the case is covered with a soft-touch surface, and makes for a pleasant feel and grandiose matte black look.

Quick release connector
Equipped with a quick-lock mechanism, the “Eisbaer” can be effortlessly expanded with further components. As an example, take the upcoming Alphacool GPX-Pro GPU Aio, which also comes with the same quick-lock closures. Of course, we also offer a range of identical quick-lock closures.

Radiator
Alphacool has always set great store by pure copper radiators. In addition to the cooling channels, the cooling fins and of course the front chambers are also pure copper. This ensures perfect heat transfer and heat exchange. It doesn’t get any better than this, and that’s one of the reasons Alphacool’s NexXxoS series is among the most popular radiators in the world.

Fittings
The connectors are based on classic G1/4 inch threads and can be switched out for others as desired. The hoses are based on a familiar size, 11/8 mm. The anti-kink springs prevent bending in the hoses, which could lead to interruptions in the cooling circuit. Safety just comes first with us. The matte black fits in very well with the overall look of the “Eisbaer”.

Fans
The “Eiswind” fans can be regulated between 550 to 1700 rpm, which allows for a wide range of adjustment to the fans. The “Eiswind” fan was specially designed for radiators and produces a high static pressure in order to push air through the cooling fins of the radiator. The Y-adapter included with the “Eisbaer” models with two or more fans enables easy control through the motherboard.
 Alphacool Eisbaer Silent CPU Cooler



 



 

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