Monday, November 15th 2021

Alphacool Unveils Eisbaer LT240 & LT360 Aurora AIO CPU Coolers with Digital RGB

With the Eisbaer LT240 & LT360 Aurora, Alphacool today presents new CPU "All-in-One" solutions based on the previously so successful Eisbaer LT series. Compared to the classic Alphacool Eisbaer LT AIO, the cooler and pump unit as well as the fans of the new Aurora version are now fully equipped with digital RGB LEDs. With the included controller, extensive lighting effects can be set, which provide unique and noble illumination.

As with all Eisbaer AIOs, Alphacool again uses the NexXxoS radiator with cooling fins, pre-chambers and cooling channels made of copper as well as the robust TPV hoses with quick-release couplings from the ENTERPRISE Solutions series. With the help of the quick couplings, it is possible to integrate other common water cooling products such as GPU coolers into the loop. The flat pump housing allows the AIO to be installed even in the smallest spaces. Alphacool's Eiszyklon Aurora LUX PRO is used as the fan, the DC-LT pump is replaced by Alphacool's quieter and more powerful DC-LT2 pump.
Thanks to an included adapter, Alphacool's Eisbaer Aurora LT CPU AIO is already compatible with Intel's LGA1700 socket.
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9 Comments on Alphacool Unveils Eisbaer LT240 & LT360 Aurora AIO CPU Coolers with Digital RGB

#1
PLSG08
If they only did a faux Brushed aluminum cover on the pump it would've look much better. The pump cover art makes it look really cheap imo
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#2
jmcslob
I wish every manufacturer would remove their logos from where it can be seen.
.I want the look I don't wanna make my PC an advertisement.
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#3
bonehead123
looksa likea cooler...

soundsa likea cooler....

spinsa likea cooler.....

Well guess what: it IS a cooler..... albeit just anutha same ole same same rehash of the other 7,254.81 ones already out there....

y/A/w/N/ :(
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#4
m2geek
jmcslobI wish every manufacturer would remove their logos from where it can be seen.
.I want the look I don't wanna make my PC an advertisement.
RIGHT?!

Isn't it Hideous. I don't mind if it's subtle things like the the coolermaster symbol.
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#5
Chaitanya
jmcslobI wish every manufacturer would remove their logos from where it can be seen.
.I want the look I don't wanna make my PC an advertisement.
There are many AIO makers who are providing customizable plates on their pump/cpu block for those who dont to advertise the manufacturer.
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#6
Turmania
jmcslobI wish every manufacturer would remove their logos from where it can be seen.
.I want the look I don't wanna make my PC an advertisement.
Totally agree. but I like to see that on everything even with cars. but then I`m one off those that prefer blank tshirt rather than having all sorts of things written on a tshirt as well. If I pay, no ads.
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#7
Chrispy_
These Eisbaers seem great in theory as you can expand the loop easily with the quick-connect fittings to add a GPU block.

Except in reality the pump is too small and weak to handle any GPU that needs watercooling in addition to a CPU, especially a 300W+ Intel of the last few years.

Perhaps if you had an SFF and were cooling a modest 65W Zen3 like the 5600X and throwing maybe a 3060Ti in there it would be just enough, but I wish they offered these with beefier pumps.
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#8
Patriot
Chrispy_These Eisbaers seem great in theory as you can expand the loop easily with the quick-connect fittings to add a GPU block.

Except in reality the pump is too small and weak to handle any GPU that needs watercooling in addition to a CPU, especially a 300W+ Intel of the last few years.

Perhaps if you had an SFF and were cooling a modest 65W Zen3 like the 5600X and throwing maybe a 3060Ti in there it would be just enough, but I wish they offered these with beefier pumps.
I view them as the best AIO that you can easily refill.
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