Tuesday, July 28th 2020

Alphacool Introduces Eiswolf 2 Fullcover GPU AIO

[Editor's note: Our detailed review can be seen here. Alphacool also tells us that the Eiswolf 2 goes on sale from July 30.]

Alphacool presents the first full cover AIO water cooler for graphics cards. The Eiswolf 2 GPU AIO combines the advantage of a DIY water cooling with the simplicity of an expandable all-in-one water cooling. Key Features:- Alphacool Eisblock Aurora GPX DIY graphics card cooler. The core elements of every All-In-On are the cooler, the radiator and of course the pump. The new DC-LT 2 pump has been equipped with new control electronics compared to the previous model and is, among other things, much quieter in operation than its predecessor.

The radiator is a NexXxoS ST30 240 mm copper radiator, one of the most popular DIY radiators on the market. The Alphacool Aurora Lux Pro 120 mm fans are used as fans. They have comprehensive 5 V digital RGB lighting. These LEDs are also used in the graphics card cooler. The GPU block is a real Eisblock Aurora that Alphacool offers for DIY custom loops. The only difference is that the terminal has been replaced by the discreet pump unit. This means that Alphacool can offer all custom graphics card models that also receive a normal DIY water cooler as Eiswolf 2 coolers also. This means that you get an AIO unit that has no disadvantages in cooling performance compared to DIY water coolers.
  • Alphacool Eisblock Aurora DIY fullcover GPU cooler
  • New DC-LT 2 pump
  • All copper radiator
  • Digitally addressable LEDs on fans and graphics card cooler
  • Expandable with quick release fasteners
The new pump unit takes only about 5 mm more space in width and reflects the new design features of Alphacool. Clear edges, a flowing design that will fit in with the rest of the product range. This will be a new feature of all future products at Alphacool.

The Eiswolf 2 is expandable thanks to the quick-release fasteners and can be connected to all existing AIO solutions and pre-filled systems from Alphacool. Compatibility with other Alphacool products:
  • All Eisbaer AIO systems
  • All pre-filled radiators
  • All Extension Sets
Further products to extend the loop will follow.Alphacool will offer different models for different graphics cards. For the market launch there will be Eiswolf 2 models for the following graphics cards:

AMD models with the PCB design of the:-
  • AMD RX 5700 Reference Design
  • AMD RX 5700XT Reference Design
NVIDIA models with the PCB design of the:-
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080TI FE
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 FE
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super FE
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super FE
More Eiswolf 2 models for custom PCB designs will follow shortly. In addition, there will also be pre-filled models that can be equipped with a pre-filled radiator as desired. Corresponding pre-filled radiators are currently available in sizes 240, 280 and 360 mm. The RRP price is: 199,95€.
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5 Comments on Alphacool Introduces Eiswolf 2 Fullcover GPU AIO

#1
xkm1948
Gonna snag one for my 2080Ti
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#2
agatong55
Is this product a little too late? How many people will actually buy this with the 3000 series around the corner? or is just a test to get it people's hand and hopefully they come out with a 3000 series version not to long after launch?

A lot of questions that need to be answered IMO
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#3
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Useless for me if it's for FE only.

Guess Ill wait for Corsair to release theirs.
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#4
kapone32
agatong55
Is this product a little too late? How many people will actually buy this with the 3000 series around the corner? or is just a test to get it people's hand and hopefully they come out with a 3000 series version not to long after launch?

A lot of questions that need to be answered IMO
They will most likely be compatible with next Gen GPUs in some cases. I have had Alphacool products for a while and they do have excellent support for AIB models of most if not all GPUs.
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#5
Yrd
One shot of the hoses shows them crossing each other, and no amount of spinning would make them straight. Then the rest of the pics show them coming out straight. Something aint right.
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