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Hi Guys, Here are some first pics of my brandnew Alphacool Eiswand. It´s a complete set, especially for beginners. I will make some tests with the system later on. Ok now, let´s start with the pics, hope you like them. And here is a link to an unboxing video from the manufacturer: and you may have a look at my own little channel: Best Regards from Germany, Andy aka Reviewer...
Hi Guys, Alphacool released some pics of prototypes. What do you think about the products ?
Yeah, exactly !
JFYI: They´re also making blocks for Thermaltake
New products from Alphacool @ CES 2017 Hi Guys, I found this video about new products from the german watercooling company ALPHACOOL. What do you think about their new stuff, hot or not ? Check it out: @Firedrops: Of course there is a huge difference ! here is a lighttower in his natural habitat : and the eisbecher family :
I got a GTX1080 block from them, looking good !
Hi Guys, Alphacool just released a new waterblock and here is a first review : Check it out ! and here´s a vendor video:
You need more rad space for this setup for silent operation. Go for 2x 480 or 1x480 + 1x360. Alphacool ST30 for example and a Laing PWM pump or the Alphacool ddc310 with Eisbecher res. Second loop is for the optic at first glance The res. of TT pacific is a pain in the... because it´s hard to open the res. to refill and if you want a very long lasting res. which you can put in the dishwasher: go for aquacomputer aqualis or the brandnew watercool tube res. is producing a FTW block atm
The eLoops are awesome on rads, as long as you use them in push mode (for what they were made) Otherwise you have to use shrouds, to minimize the noise and for the pwm version(s): We have a similar discussion in my home forum with the noctuas. some guys claimed to hear a typical pwm sound (humming) , others test one of your favorite pwm fan for yourself and decide... I like both brands, but i dislike the ugly color of those noctuas, except the industrials...
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