Alphacool Eisbecher DDC 250mm Acetal Reservoir + DDC310 Pump
Alphacool Eisbecher DDC 250mm Acetal Reservoir incl Alphacool DDC310 Pump
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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 Eisbecher for the Laing DDC pump leaves no possibilities unexplored. The pump is easily attached to the underside with four screws. For the best overall appearance, Alphacool recommends using the metal bottom for the Laing DDC. For the plexiglass version, there are two 5mm holes for LEDs as well as a lighting module in the cap for illumination from above. Small standpipes and Bubble Down also do their work faultlessly here. The "Eisbecher" can be mounted either with the mounting bracket or with the included stands. If there is room in the 3.5" hard drive cage inside the case, the pump socket also has threads for this (requires pump decoupling with M4 inner and outer threads - Art. 52007).
The Eisbecher Series consist of 20 different reservoirs that differ between usage, measurement and appearance. There are ten reservoirs within this series that consist of 99% plexi - totally unique! But the main difference between these reservoirs is within the functionality of the different sockets.
It is placed at the bottom of the reservoir to prevent turbulences that could lead air into the watercircle.
The "Lighttower" effect creates an astounding visual experience within every watercooling system. The Eisbecher supports this in two different ways: fluid coming from the bottom and coming from the top. The water is being led through the standpipe to the bottom or to the top where it splashes out of eight evenly distributed holes at the end of the pipe to the inner wall of the reservoir. This special watergame is the so called "Lighttower" effect.
The known feet from the "Eisdecken" find its very way even to the Eisbecher and sustain every combination with a solid stand.
There are two mountings placed above and under the pipe for fastening the lot in the casing. The holes in this mounting have a spacing of a 120/140 cooling fan.You can reduce the width of the mountings up to the width of the reservoir and there are three M4 threads availaible per mounting for fastening if you would rather not mount the reservoir at the fan space. These mountings are easily removeable especially when not being used. You will find these mountings on all 20 reservoirs.
The lighting modules consist of plexi and enable the lighting with a 5mm LED. These modules can be installed into all 1/4" holes. They are being used in the lid and occasionally in the socket of the reservoir. This facilitates a unique way to your personalised lighting effects.
All models of the reservoir are availaible in acetal and plexi. So there is something for everone.
All reservoirs are availaible in two different sizes: the 150mm version and the 10cm bigger 250mm version. The smaller reservoir comes with only one standpipe coming from the bottom because of its size and the bigger reservoir comes with two: one coming from the top and the other one from the bottom.
To use the inlet from the top you will need a G1/4" extension piece (Art. 1011183-1011186), as the thread is set into the lid a few mm and many nozzles will not screw in properly.
Features Dimensions for 250mm Version:
Measurements incl. bracket and stands (LxWxD): 304 x 136 x 88mm
Measurements without bracket incl. stands (LxWxD): 304 x 87 x 88mm
Plexiglass tube diameter: 60mm
Dimensions: 61 x 60 x 21mm
Colour: Black nickel, black
Power input: 10W
Material: brass, stainless steel, aluminium oxide, hard carbon
Maximum head: 2.44m
Maximum system temperature: 60°C
Maximum flow rate: 200L/h
Voltage: 12V DC
Electrical connection: 4 pin Molex
RPM signal: 3 pin Molex
Attention: The manufacturer Mayhems advises that Mayhems fluids, especially the Aurora line of products, have been manufactured and distributed solely for show and modding purposes. These should not be utilized in the system for more than 14 days.
We would also like to advise that Mayhems fluids can damage water cooling products, and using Mayhems fluids can thereby void the warranties offered by the following manufacturers: Koolance, Phobya, Alphacool, Aqua Computer, Watercool.
Damages such as: clogging, corrosion of aluminium radiators, deterioration of glued containers, etc., are a consequence of the use of Mayhems, but will not be reimbursed by Mayhems. Use is therefore at one’s own risk.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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