Tuesday, June 12th 2018

Alphacool Introduces Eisbaer Extreme AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

Alphacool presented their latest Eisbaer Extreme customizable AIO liquid CPU cooler at Computex. The protoype on display was a 280 mm model. Nevertheless, Alphacool will offer the Eisbaer Extreme in 240 mm and 360 mm variants as well. The CPU cooler employs a powerful D5-based pump and an expansion tank with a capacity of approximately 200 ml. There's also a small side window on the reservoir to keep track of the liquid level. Since the cooler utilizes standard G1/4" connections, users are free to swap the black tubing to their liking. The pair of quick-release couplings provides different options for expansion. Users can connect the Eisbaer Extreme to a graphics card waterblock, an external radiator, and many other Alphacool components.

The Eisbaer Extreme will initially be available with the Black Edition featuring a black Eisblock XPX CPU block, kink-proof hoses, and be quiet! Silent Wings 3 fans. A RGB edition will come later on. The RGB edition boasts a RGB illuminated side panel and CPU block from the XPX series. Alphacool hasn't revealed the pricing or availability of the Eisbaer Extreme since the company is still working on the CPU cooler.
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6 Comments on Alphacool Introduces Eisbaer Extreme AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

#2
Xx Tek Tip xX
1) Pricing
2) Temps vs other aio's like silent loop 280
3) Are the fans replacable and good as it's not like your everyday aio
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phanbuey
the space required for this is massive
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hyp36rmax
"Xx Tek Tip xX said:
1) Pricing
2) Temps vs other aio's like silent loop 280
3) Are the fans replacable and good as it's not like your everyday aio
1. Good Question
2. Pretty sure it will be competitive since Alphacool seem to be using their ST30 240mm rads
3. You can remove the rad and fans from the enclosures. Alphacool showed this off at CES 2018 for those custom diy builders.
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#5
CraZyNoMaD
Looks like Sapphire Nitro RX 580 :)
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#6
Basard
"hyp36rmax said:
1. Good Question
2. Pretty sure it will be competitive since Alphacool seem to be using their ST30 240mm rads
3. You can remove the rad and fans from the enclosures. Alphacool showed this off at CES 2018 for those custom diy builders.
I'm pretty sure it was either Gamer's Nexus or Hardware Canucks that featured this in a youtube video. The pump is something like 3x more powerful than the previous generations. Unless that was the Enermax booth. Hmmm...

Yeah, whoops, it was Enermax, and it was 7x. <div class="youtube-embed" data-id="oEYr_9xu1Ig:80"><img src="https://i.ytimg.com/vi/oEYr_9xu1Ig:80/hqdefault.jpg" /><div class="youtube-play"></div><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEYr_9xu1Ig:80" target="_blank" class="youtube-title"></a></div>
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