Alphacool Laing Complete Edition Eisdecke DDC Pump DDC310

Alphacool Laing DDC310 DDC Pump, Complete Edition Eisdecke, Plata/Plexi, 200L/h

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Scan code: LN73780 Manufacturer code: 13197 Request call
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Product Overview Alphacool's new Laing Low Noise Edition for absolute silence!
The well-known Laing DDC pumps are getting a new addition. Though freshly packaged, this pump can begin its life with lots of self-confidence. A few details have been changed. First, we held back a little in performance in order to solve a widespread problem: the volume! Few other pumps can match this one in terms of reducing noise generation from water. For the most up-to-date water cooling systems with CPU and GPU cooling, this pump should be the first choice.

Unlike before, this pump does not come in the familiar plastic casing. It has an all-new perfectly tailored brass case gracing its exterior. This new case ensures a longer lifespan for the pump. Air flows through the cooling fins, then over an interior thermal pad directly to the pump board.

Another feature is the included decoupling option. With the special M4 screws, the included decoupling can be screwed into the head of the screws and then attached to the case.

The innovation in this set is that it uses the V.2 of the Alphacool "Eisdecken", which provides you the options of three G1/4" connections for the inlet and two G1/4" connections for the outlet.

Inlet options: front, side, top

Outlet options: front, top

The scope of delivery also includes three G1/4" screw plugs for sealing the unused in/out connection ports.

Another feature is the pre-installed brackets, as seen before on the new "Eisbecher". This allows the pump set to be mounted directly onto the case bottom.

Now available as a combo with the tried and tested Alphacool Eisdecke Laing DDC Plexi or Acetal Top!

Package Includes:
• Alphacool Laing DDC310 pump.
• Alphacool Laing DDC metal bottom - silver.
• Alphacool Eisdecke Laing DDC plexi top V.2.
• Decoupling set.
• Mounting material. Features • Dimensions: 89 x 85 x 75mm.
• Colour: silver / plexi / black.
• Power consumption: 10W.
• Material: brass, stainless steel, aluminium oxide, hard carbon, plexiglass.
• Maximum head: 2.44m.
• Maximum system temperature: 60°C.
• Maximum flow rate: 200L/h.
• Voltage: 12V DC.
• Electrical connection: 4 pin Molex.
• Speed sensor: 3 pin Molex.
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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Alphacool Laing Complete Edition Eisdecke DDC Pump DDC310
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