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Computex 2024: Alphacool debuts 8000W server cooler and new custom cooling gear

At Computex this week, Leo met up with the Alphacool team to check out the latest innovations for DIY PC builders looking to make the jump to custom water cooling. 

At Computex this year, Alphacool has several new interesting water cooling launches. At the top of the list is the Alphacool 2U Coolant Distribution Unit, a 2U server enclosure with up to 8000 watts of cooling capacity for up to 40 1U racks or 20 2U racks.

For those looking to build their own liquid cooling loop at home, Alphacool is now launching the Core DDCZero PWM pump, developed in collaboration with Xylem, offering enough power to push coolant to the CPU and GPU through up to three radiators. The DDCZero Flar Reservoir is also available for those looking so save on space inside the case.

Speaking of cases, the Nova Station aims to be an all-round good buy with its reservoir, pump and large radiator, all ready to be plumbed up to your hardware. The Nova Station also sports a Carbon look, which is sure to catch the eyes of many gamers.

Leo goes over all of Alphacool's new liquid cooling gear in the video above, and you'll also get a look at some of the hardware in action through various PC builds.

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