Alphacool Unveil Latest Innovations at CES 2018



/ 7 months ago

 

Alphacool

We’re big fans of the Alphacool range, as they continue to innovate and deliver high-performance hardware. Their first is their new 240 AIO unit, which comes with the pump integrated into the radiator design. It’s only a prototype at the moment and will have more uniform RGB lighting built into the side of the radiator.

Eisbaer LT

The new Eisbaer LT is perfect for those who want custom loop cooling with a quick and easy installation. It comes pre-filled, and even has their quick release system, making it easy to add in a GPU block or second radiator

GPU Blocks

Pretty self-explanatory, their new VEGA cooling block. It’s got a great matte black design, with an acrylic section to check the cooling flow. The coolant flows one way, as it’s optimised to cool the most important hardware first.

Make that acrylic glow!

Their new block surrounds are perfect for those who use the clear acrylic blocks. Simply place this over the block, and hook up the RGB header to your motherboard to make it shine!

 

Tools?

Tired of trying to find each little tool you need for your cable modding kit? This handy all in one solution is ideal for those who want to do cable sleeving but can’t find the right equipment. It’ll be priced very competitively, and comes with high-quality metal tools to give help you take your modding to the next level.

More details to follow, so stay tuned!

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