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Alphacool Unveils its New Eisbaer Pro HPE Aurora AIO CPU Cooler

The multi-talent from Alphacool, the Eisbaer Pro Aurora CPU AIO has received an upgrade! It is now available with the extremely powerful NexXxos HPE radiator. This improvement enables even processors with particularly large CPU cores to be cooled even more effectively. The included mounting kit allows high compatibility with all common sockets, including the new AMD AM5.

Alphacool Eisbaer Pro HPE Aurora AIO CPU Cooler

The NexXxos HPE radiator uses the same materials as the previous NexXxos models but goes a step further technically. Due to the condensed internal structure, the number of water channels and copper fins has increased. Thus, a larger volume of water is in direct contact with the cooling fins and the heat transfer is improved enormously. Alphacool continues to use the Rise Aurora 120 mm fan. The fan, which can be controlled via PWM, is almost silent at 800 rpm, but still offers a good air throughput together with high static pressure. The cooler as well as the fans feature digitally addressable RGB LEDs, allowing for brilliant illumination.

As usual, all components used come from Alphacool’s classic DIY water cooling range and some are even used for enterprise servers products. The Eisbaer Pro HPE Aurora 360 CPU AIO is a powerful all-in-one water cooling system that is as easy to install as an AIO but offers the performance of a pre-assembled and pre-filled custom loop.

Technical Specifications


  • Material: copper, brass, stainless steel
  • Threads: 2x G1/4″
  • Fan size: 120 mm
  • Fin density: 18 fpi

Cooler & pump:

  • Material: nickel plated copper, nylon, acrylic
  • Pump speed: 2600rpm (+/- 10%)
  • Threads: 2x G1/4″ (+ 1x Fillport G1/4″)
  • Pump type: DC-LT2


  • Speed: 0-2500rpm (+/- 10%)
  • Connection: 4-Pin PWM
  • Static pressure: 3,17 mm/H₂O
  • Max. air flow: 118,9 m³/h
  • Number of digital aRGB LEDs: 20

Where Can I Learn More?

Alphacool has confirmed that the Eisbaer Pro HPE AuroraEisbaer Pro HPE Aurora should be hitting retailers imminently, albeit, they haven’t confirmed exactly how much we should expect it to cost at the time of writing. – If you would, however, like to learn more about this and other Alphacool products, you can check out their official website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

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