Alphacool developed a completely new pump design to minimize the pump's volume and increase performance, and the suction pump was born. Through its suction principle, less turbulence is created in the water, allowing for a more even flow. This also makes the pump nearly inaudible - a first in the AIO market.
Naturally, the cooler comes with a backplate that is directly attached to the cooler after installation, ensuring better heat transfer and distribution. This significantly improves the cooling performance. Additionally, it offers an aesthetic improvement in that the graphics card PCB is barely visible from the side. All that remains is a slight opening for the electrical connection and SLI/CrossFire Connector, of course.
The hoses and connectors are also based on standard water cooling components. The hose is encased in anti-kink springs and comes in the 11/8mm size. The connectors have standard G1/4" threads and can therefore be exchanged for any other model or size desired.
The two quick-release fasteners allow the cooler to fit easily into any cooling loop. If you are using the Alphacool Eisbaer CPU AIO water cooler, you can easily connect it with the Eiswolf GPX-Pro using the quick-release fasteners. Using the Eisbaer gives you a redundant system, as you have two pumps in the loop. In the unlikely event that one pump fails, the other can still support the cooling loop. This is security at its highest level.
Alphacool teases first AiO liquid cooler for NVIDIA GeForce RTX series
Posted on Tuesday, Sep 04 2018 @ 13:46 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Alphacool introduces the first all-in-one liquid cooling solution for the GeForce RTX series, it's a pre-filled watercooler with an integrated pump. The new Eiswolf GPX-Pro is compatible with the RTX 2070, RTX 2080, and RTX 2080 Ti. Shipments are expected to start on September 20, 2018. The product is offered via the Alphacool website for 179.79EUR.