Alphacool Eisblock XPX Intel/AMD Clear CPU Waterblock
Alphacool Eisblock XPX Waterblock, Clear Nylon, Copper Heatsink, G1/4" Threads, Intel/AMD
By DPD On 21st May 2019
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The Alphacool Eisblock XPX is part of the newest generation of coolers from Alphacool. It is the first water cooler worldwide to be built partially with transparent nylon. Compared to conventional Plexiglas, transparent nylon is much more resistant to tension strain and tearing, and of course to high temperature differences. This minimizes the risk of cracks in the surface. In terms of appearance, Alphacool is setting a new standard and polishing not just the surface of the cooler, but also the insides of the water-bearing channels. This means the cooler is clear as glass.
The satin version's milky surface creates a whole new look when paired with the right lighting. It looks especially good with vivid colours.
Of course, just like with a normal XPX Eisblock, the frame can be replaced with one in a different colour. This makes it easy to customize the cooler and completely adjust it to fit your individual style. Of course, even with all this attention to the cooler's outstanding appearance, its cooling performance hasn't fallen to the wayside. Alphacool's patented ramp technology for improved performance, developed in-house, is also in use in the Eisblock XPX coolers. This technology ensures that water is evenly distributed over the entire cooler bottom. With regular nozzle technology, the water mainly flows through the middle while staying nearly still at the edges. The Eisblock XPX's cooling surface is also enormous at 34 x 32mm, and is ideally suited for CPUs with 8 or more cores. Features • Transparent nylon.
• Polished cooling channels for a striking appearance.
• Patented “ramp” system improves performance.
• Assembly materials allow for individual customization.
• Intel: LGA 775 / 1150 / 1151 / 1155 / 1156 / 1366 / 2011-3 / 2066.
• AMD: FM1 / FM2 / FM2+ / AM2 / AM2+ / AM3 / AM3+ / AM4 / 939 / 940 / G34.
|Type||CPU Water Block|
|Fluid Chamber/Top Material||Plexi|
|Cold Plate/Base Material||Copper|
|Cold Plate/Base Cooling Fins|
|Max. Coolant Operating Temperature|
|Compatible Cooling Loop Metals||Nickel-Plated Copper|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)|
|Dimensions||65 x 30 x 65 mm (WxHxD)|
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