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Alphacool Announces Water Cooling Solutions for Server Racks

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As hardware gets increasingly more powerful it generates more and more waste heat. This can lead to thermal problems, especially with server racks that have the hardware packed so close together. Compact air coolers are hardly able to dissipate the excess heat from processors. It becomes even more problematic when one or more graphics cards also need to be cooled. At full load processors and graphics cards struggle with temperatures and can quickly start to throttle down their clock rates early due to thermal throttling.

Many server operators want simple and cost-effective solutions to solve this problem. Therefore, Alphacool has developed and launched a whole range of water cooling sets for 1 to 4U server racks in cooperation with its Enterprise Solutions customers. All sets can also be individually extended or adapted. Quick-release fasteners, additional pumps, radiator, and graphics card coolers can be added by arrangement and the components can be adapted to individual requirements. The sets are delivered to the customers pre-filled.



The sets are available immediately from Alphacool and can be ordered as normal from the shop. Alphacool also offers all components as individual products for end customers.



For more information, visit the product page.

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This might be very intriging because of the small parts for SSF PCs.
 

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This might be very intriging because of the small parts for SSF PCs.
You can get all Enterprise Solution parts seprately in our shop ;-) But for a Home PC, dont use the DC-LT 3600 rpm Industry pump. Very noisy ;-) If you only want to cool your CPU or only GPU the DC-LT 2600 rpm is very quiet and strong enough.
 
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This might be very intriging because of the small parts for SSF PCs.
Fans this size are way too loud and very little air pressure. It's very good for rack high performance servers though.
 
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Linus will be happy, lol.
 
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I'd love to make my first dedicated server liquid cooled. It's going to be Epyc! might need some help on my first one though! :D
 
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