Alphacool Repack-cooling Slot-In Delrin white Special Edition

Alphacool
Scan code: LN33511 Manufacturer code: 45186 Request call
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Product Overview The Alphacool reservoir in proven design now presents itself in a whole new light! Manufactured from white Delrin the lighting effect of the LEDs in the Repack is multiplied and now allows even more exceptional effects.

This reservoir was specially designed for PC watercooling applications. It features easy installation and handling as well as an exceptionally beautiful design.It can simply be pushed into a 5,25” drive bay and is ready for use. No drilling or sawing required!

When using the Repack reservoir air bubbles in the cooling loop are automatically removed to improve cooling performance and lower the noise emissions of the system.The reservoir is can be refilled via a threaded opening which is sealed during operation, creating a closed loop. Hence no coolant evaporates, making annoying refilling obsolete.

The reservoir body is completely CNC-milled and made from Delrin. The front is sealed by 10mm thick transparent plastic panel with polished edges and sealed by an UV-resistant O-ring gasket. Non-corrosive screws are used and LED holes for lighting of the reservoir are already integrated. The coolant capacity is approximately 120ml.
Features Material: Acetal, white
Dimensions: (LxHxW) 147x62x42mm
Capacity: 150ml
Filling opening size: 1/4"
Connection thread size: 1/4"
Mounting thread size: M3
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan Computers International Limited
Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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Reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for a bay res I bought this to replace a tube res that had started to leak due to the fitting holes becoming threaded from excessive loop adjustments, and also to save space in my case interior (the cause of my readjustments). It looks very smart and a lot more expensive than it is when installed, being the only front panel device in my coolermaster 690iii case. It takes a lot of effort to fill and bleed the loop though, the default holes on the back for inlet are spaced a little too close together, and the inlet is a bit too high when using a top mounted rad, so air often either gets sucked back through your pump or naturally migrates back in the top rad once the pump is turned off. That's an issue that can be mitigated by keeping the res fully filled and a fill line attached to the top port, but that almost defeats the object of having a reservoir in the first place. Looks sweet with the 4 predrilled 5mm LED holes occupied, not quiet as uniform as the pictures (maybe that's the LEDs I've used) but still very pretty! 05 March 2016
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