Alphacool Announces Eiswolf GPX-Pro Liquid VGA Cooler Range

/ 4 years ago


All-in-one GPU liquid cooling solutions have become more popular in recent years and AIB partners including EVGA have begun to offer sealed units directly to the customer. Of course, many enthusiasts may want to select their own water cooling hardware capable of enhanced overclocking headroom and a higher level of versatility. Thankfully, Alphacool has the answer and created the world’s first expandable all-in-one liquid cooler. The new product line-up contains quick-release fasteners which allow you expand the loop and even connect it to the Alphacool Eisbaer.


Interestingly, Alphacool is running a “Send in your GPU and get one cooler for free” promotion for the Eiswolf GPX-Pro. Please note, if you want the PRO edition, a 20 Euro charge will be added while the GPX Pro AIO cooler incurs a 50 Euro charge. Here we can see the neutral design, attractive anti-kink tubing and compression fittings.


The complete VGA solution with a radiator is really impressive and should be a great alternative to many other closed-loop alternatives currently on the market.




  • Eiswolf GPX-Pro 120 AIO: The AIO variant is a complete solution that requires no additional parts. It is made up of the cooler itself, the radiator, and the corresponding hoses and quick-release fasteners. It is prefilled and ready for installation right out of the package.
  • Eiswolf GPX-Pro: The non-AIO variant is made up of the cooler body and two short hoses with quick-release fasteners on their ends. The cooler is prefilled and can be directly attached to an existing cooling loop with the quick-release fasteners.

This is an absolutely fantastic idea and the coolers look stunning! Also, the build quality is likely to be immense and take GPU water cooling to another level.

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