Thursday, January 20th 2022

Alphacool Rolls Out ES 4U Reservoir with D5 Top

Today, Alphacool introduces the ES 4U reservoir with integrated D5 pump top from the Enterprise Solutions series. The combination of pump top and reservoir is designed to be mounted directly into the front of 4U servers. This gives you easier maintenance possibilities thanks to clever positioning in the server case!

Another plus point is the cover used, it is made exclusively of acrylic, allowing you to see and control the water cooling level at any time. In addition, the acrylic cover has 2 inlets and outlets with G1/4" threads, which allow easy filling, draining and bleeding of the cooling loop even when installed in the case. The integrated pump top and is compatible with all D5 format pumps. The pump retaining ring, pump O-ring and all screws are included.
MSRP: 109.98€ including VAT. For more information, visit this page.
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2 Comments on Alphacool Rolls Out ES 4U Reservoir with D5 Top

#1
Tom Sunday
Amazing that manufacturers are still today producing and marketing AIO’s towards practically less than 0.5% of the enthusiast market! It appears that overclocking in the not so distant future will essentially be dead. Why would want Intel offer a product that offers a lot of hidden performance when they can simply boost it directly and offer it to their clients for a slightly higher cost? Over the past years, there has also been a noticeable trend in decreasing the available headroom on CPUs leaving little to no room at all for a meaningful performance boost. And the end of Intel's PTPP program is further proof in the pudding!
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Mussels
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Tom SundayAmazing that manufacturers are still today producing and marketing AIO’s towards practically less than 0.5% of the enthusiast market! It appears that overclocking in the not so distant future will essentially be dead. Why would want Intel offer a product that offers a lot of hidden performance when they can simply boost it directly and offer it to their clients for a slightly higher cost? Over the past years, there has also been a noticeable trend in decreasing the available headroom on CPUs leaving little to no room at all for a meaningful performance boost. And the end of Intel's PTPP program is further proof in the pudding!
What has this got to do with a D5 pump top for 4U rack systems??
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