Alphacool shows new GPX SLI Plexi connectors with digital RGB LEDs

Posted on Tuesday, March 05 2019 @ 12:28 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Alphacool reveals the GPX SLI Plexi connectors with digital RGB LEDs. The firm offers these in X3 and X4 editions for 39.95EUR and 44.95EUR, respectively.

Alphacool SLI Digital RGB
The Alphacool X3 and X4 SLI Connectors are not only fantastic in terms of functionality, but they're so beautiful compared to alternative SLI connectors on graphics card coolers.

In order to ensure the simplest possible installation, the G1/4" connectors on the side of the SLI connector are not screwed, but plugged in. Thanks to the double O-ring system of the connections and a groove in the SLI connector in which one of the O-rings fits, this plug connection offers a very secure hold. Even in loops operated at a higher pressure, the connections are reliably sealed.

It has come to our attention that some computers are not too bright. Alphacool is here to solve that. The X3 and X4 SLI connectors come equipped with digital RGB LEDs ensuring that you can make even the dullest computer stand out. Alphacool has paid attention to the simplest possible installation. With the easy to swap LED strip, the digital RGB strips can be swapped or mounted in different places quickly and easily.

We offer the Alphacool SLI-Connector in two versions. They differ in height. The X3 variant is for setups where the first and fourth PCI Express slots are equipped with graphics cards. The X4 variant is used for setups in which the first and fifth PCI Express slots are equipped with graphics cards.

The new design made of crystal-clear Plexiglas with angled edges is a real pleasure to look at, even without digital RGB lighting. With the digital RGB lighting switched on, the light in the plexiglass body of the Alphacool SLI connector refracts in an almost magical way.

For owners of two of our new Alphacool Eisblock GPX graphics card coolers, it must be pointed out that the Alphacool SLI connector leaves enough space to be mounted next to an NV-Link module.

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