Alphacool Aurora Plexi X4 D-RAM Water Block /w aRGB LEDs
Alphacool Aurora Plexi X4 D-RAM Water Block, Intelligent aRGB, Copper Base, 258g, Full RAM Illumination
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ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Perfectly Cool Memory
The Alphacool Aurora Plexi X4 D-RAM Water Cooler in combination with the Alphacool D-RAM modules (Manufacturer # 17268), provides the perfect cooling for your main memory. The digital RGB LED Aurora lighting also provides the ideal extension of your Alphacool Aurora products.
Quality and Design
The cooler itself consists of a solid 4 mm thick nickel plated copper block. The design is now identical to all new Aurora products from Alphacool. As a pure plexiblock is not visually pleasing, we have given it a nice black frame. As a result, the cooler is more interesting and fits harmoniously into the Aurora series very well.The LED strip with the addressable digital LEDs has been inserted into the side of the RAM cooler and is flush with the radiator.
Digital RBG Illumination
The aRGB LED strip has six digital RGB LEDs - enough to illuminate the entire RAM cooler homogeneously. Each LED can be controlled separately with a corresponding controller. This allows a variety of effects, particularly in the interaction of further Alphacool Aurora water cooling components. Cross-sectional effects can be displayed throughout the entire PC, for example, a circulating lighting effect with several colour changes or a pulsating effect can be easily done. The possibilities are nearly unlimited.
Intelligent aRGB Connection
The addressable digital RGB LEDs are connected via the familiar 3-pin ADD connector. There is also a matching female to male connector for the ADD header. This should make it possible to easily operate the Alphacool Aurora Plexi X4 D-RAM water cooler on all common motherboards with aRGB connection. If you would like to use several Alphacool Aurora products, you can look forward to the integrated Y-adapter on the cable. This saves the purchase of various adapter cables and makes it easy to connect all Aurora products together. In the worst case, only extension cords are needed.
Very Simple Assembly
The Alphacool Aurora Plexi X4 D-RAM cooler is simply screwed onto the Alphacool D-RAM modules. The screws should be inserted in the respective openings of the Aurora Plexi X4 D-RAM water cooler before mounting. Some of the enclosed thermal compound is applied to the D-RAM modules, so that the heat is passed on perfectly. The Aurora X4 RAM cooler is then simply put on and screwed in.
• Material cover: Plexi.
• Connection: 2xG1 / 4.
• Compatible with: 4GB RAM.
• Net weight: 258g.
• Maximum working temperature: 60ºC.
• Dimensions: 128 x 45 x 19mm.
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