Alphacool Repack - Single Laing D5 - Dual 5,25 Bay Station is for designed installation in the front of an enclosure. For mounting two vacant 5.25” drive bays are required.
Technological innovations featured in the Alphacool Repack:
So far the information about the reservoir sounds like a standard reservoir, but the developers have had many great ideas to solve common problems:
Different than standard solutions, where the coolant is guided around many edges and corners, still leaving micro-bubbles in the coolant, this reservoir uses a completely new technology. A new kind of filter is placed in front of both pump inlets, marked with “in” & “out”, eliminating the problem of micro bubbles at the core.
On standard Slot-In reservoirs filling was a hassle: Unscrew, pull out, fill, fixate again. And during filling a third and fourth hand would always come in very handy, as it is always a very difficult operation to fill in the coolant. Enough! The front is equipped with a filling straw which can be released with few turns, and as it is hollow it can be used for filling of the reservoir. For this we recommend the filling bottles or straws from our portfolio.
The front, which is mainly what remains visible after mounting, is beautiful to look at: Plexi, Acetal, fill level indicator and filling straw in combination with the typical Alphacool copper look make a great appearance! The next step is the creation of lighting effects for the coolant. From the left and right side of the reservoir LEDs can be inserted, both 3mm and 5mm in site. The highlight: a 10cm long cold light cathode can be inserted from the top for maximum lighting performance! In combination with the LED it is even possible to implement different colors within the reservoir. Creative users will surely create even more effects with the Heatmaster and find new ideas. Features • Material: Plexiglas/Acetal, Brass
• Colour: Transparent/black/Copper
• Connection threads: 2x ¼“
• Dimensions (L x W x H): 125 x 148 x 84mm
• Mount for 10cm CCFL
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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