Today, Alphacool has announced the Eisbaer, the company’s latest all-in-one liquid cooler. It also happens to be the biggest AIO solution around, with a 420mm radiator version on the way alongside traditional 140mm and 240mm versions.
With the Eisbaer 420mm, Alphacool has managed to claim the largest AIO liquid cooler on the market, it should also be a top performer too with a pure copper radiator and three 140mm Eiswind fans. The 420mm Eisbaer also comes with quick connectors, so you can hook up any Eisbaer Ready products or some custom gear to the cooling loop. With a 420mm radiator, there should be enough cooling capacity to handle a CPU and a GPU if you wanted to expand.
In order to provide additional options, there will also be 240mm and 140mm versions of the Eisbaer, which use the same DC-LT Ultra Low Noise Ceramic pump. All models also come with a fill port in case you ever need to swap out the coolant or top it up.
For tubing, the Eisbaer uses flexible PVC with quick release fasteners. This quick release is compatible with the Alphacool HF quick-release fasteners, making it easier for you to expand the loop to include more hardware. Here are the technical specifications:
Pump (Alphacool DC-LT 2600 Ultra Low Noise Ceramic):
- Speed: 2600 rpm
- Voltage: 7 – 13.5VDC
- Power consumption: 4W
- Maximum flow: 70L / h
- Max. Lifting height: 0,85m
Fan (ice wind 14):
- Stock: Sleeve Bearing
- Power: 12V
- Power connection: 3-pin
- Rated rotational speed: 1100 (+/- 10%)
- Air conveying capacity: 62.31 cfm / 106m³ / h
- Static pressure: 1.55 mmH2O
- Volume: 29.4 dB (A)
- 1x Alphacool Eisbaer 420 CPU – Black
- 3x ice wind fan
- 1x Intel Backplate
- 1x Intel bracket
- 1x AMD bracket
- PWM adapter
- mounting material
- 1x thermal grease
You can find all of the Eisbaer AIO coolers on AlphaCool, HERE. The 420mm version goes for €144.95.
KitGuru Says: I always like seeing these highly customisable/expandable, high performance AIO coolers. Its a nice change from the mainstream AIO units we usually see. Are many of you looking to step up your water-cooling?