Alphacool Unveil Eiswolf 2 AIO for RTX 3090 FE & Core XPX/Eisbaer Metal Backplates

Alphacool has announced the launch of the Eiswolf 2 All-in-One solution for Geforce RTX 3090 Founders Edition graphics cards. The Eiswolf 2 uses the Alphacool 360 mm NexXxoS ST30 full copper radiator. For the fans, Alphacool utilises the 120 mm Alphacool Aurora Rise. The AIO is completed by the Eisblock Aurora water cooler. This not only cools the GPU chip but actively cools all relevant components such as the memory and VRAM. It also has brilliant aRGB lighting.

Alphacool Eiswolf 2 AIO for RTX 3090 FE

All components used (radiator, fan, cooler, DC-LT 2 pump) including fittings and tubing are part of the Alphacool DIY range and are therefore available separately. The combination of all components results in a solution that is as easy to install as an AIO but offers the performance of a pre-assembled and pre-filled custom loop.

Available to purchase now for €244.09, if you want to learn more, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

Core XPX/Eisbaer Metal Backplate for CPU Coolers

Alphacool has also announced the launch of the Core XPX/Eisbaer metal backplate for all CPU coolers of the XPX, Eisbaer Solo, Eisbaer Pro and Eisbaer LT model series (solo coolers and AIOs). The backplate is made of steel and is compatible with Intel’s LGA 115X, 1200 and 1700 sockets. Due to the material composition of the backplate, the CPU cooler can be additionally stabilised and mounted on the socket with improved contact pressure. This leads to a considerable improvement in cooling performance compared to the previously used plastic backplates. The increase in cooling performance is most clearly measurable with Intel’s socket LGA 1700. If you provide proof of purchase for a CPU cooler of the XPX, Eisbaer Solo, Eisbaer Pro or Eisbaer LT model series (solo coolers and AIOs), Alphacool will send you a Core XPX/Eisbaer metal backplate free of charge!

The metal backplate is also available to purchase individually so if you want to learn more, check out the official product website via the link here!

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