Alphacool Eisball Digital RGB Reservoir
Alphacool Eisball Reservoir, RGB, Plexi, 700ML, G1/4", 4-Pin RGB Connector
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
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.
The Alphacool ice ball reservoir with integrated top pump presents itself in a unique design. The spherical shape opens up countless new opportunities, especially in the modding field. From a static, monochromatic lighting to the R2D2 mod: There are really no limits to creativity here.
Unique Design and Lighting
Unlike traditional expansion tanks, the Alphacool ice-ball presents itself in a spherical design. The 22 digital RGB LEDs, which run around the equator of the globe, provide a versatile and optimal lighting. Of course, the device comes with a digital RGB controller, with which you can customize the style and lighting of your ice ball individually.
Versatile Mounting Options
Do not be limited to a single mounting option! The included adhesive mat and 2 different mounting plates make it possible to utilise many different installation ideas: whether this be on the radiator, the fan slots, or a 2.5 "SSD slot. Alternatively, of course, the universal mounting from Alphacool can also be used.
Where Does The Pump Go?
The pump disappears completely inside the ice ball. It is inserted from below into the ice ball and is locked into place using a custom fitting. All Alphacool's own D5 pumps and all original Laing D5 pumps are suitable for installation (Pump Not Included, Available Separately).
Is the Ice ball Silent Fit?
With the ice ball, the pump is completely inside the container, and is thus completely enclosed by water. The water here acts like an additional sound insulation. The enclosed decouplers also reduce vibration transmission to a minimum. All in all a real silent product!
• Net weight: 243 g
• Maximum working temperature: 60 °C
• Material Eisball: transparent nylon
• Material pump holder: Acetal
• Material Digital RGB Ring: Acetal
• colour Eisball: transparent
• Colour Digital RGB Ring: Chrome
• Connections: IN 1x G1/4" / OUT 1 x G1/4"
• Fillport: 1 x G1/4"
• Capacity: 700 ml
• Digital RGB connector: 4-pin
• Voltage Digital RGB: 5 VDC
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Warranty information has not yet been updated for this product. For further information please call 0871 472 4747 or 01204 474747.
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