Alphacool release their Eiswolf AIO GPU liquid coolers

Alphacool release their Eiswolf AIO GPU liquid coolers

Alphacool release their Eiswolf AIO GPU liquid coolers

Alphacool release their Eiswolf AIO GPU liquid coolers

 
Alphacool has released their Eiswolf AIO GPU liquid coolers, offering a silent pump design and easy expandability through the use of quick disconnects.
 
This new AIO design has been created to blur the line between full cover water blocks and universal water blocks, with the core waterblock/pump unit being compatible with all GPUs with the correct semi-passive GPU specific heatsink. Right now this AIO unit is available for GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 GPUs with pre-fitted quick disconnects with full compatibility with standard water cooling fittings. 
 
The Alphacool Eiswolf is available with a pre-fitted 120mm cooling radiator or separately, giving users the option to buy their own Pre-filled unit or use it as part of their own custom water cooling loop. 
 

  

The unique selling point of the Eiswolf is that owners can detach the water cooling block replace the GPU semi-passive cooler in the event of a future GPU upgrade, allowing you to reuse your parts to make upgrading more affordable. 

Right now pre-filled Alphacool Eiswolf AIO units are available for the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 for €150 on the Alphacool store, with the GPU cooling assembly costing €120. 

 

You can join the discussion on Alphacool's Eiswolf AIO GPU liquid cooler on the OC3D Forums.

 

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14-10-2016, 07:18:24

Kushiro
so uhh everything else is cooled passively? Or am I missing something here?Quote

14-10-2016, 08:01:13

tolagarf
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
so uhh everything else is cooled passively? Or am I missing something here?
Kind of... Except this version is larger so it also covers the vram, except it's not directly water cooling the vram. Same principle as the EVGA 10xx Hybrid series. However in a german review (Tom's Hardware) the card (a GTX 1080) actually was way cooler than the MSI GTX 1080 Seahawk. Not only that, the backside of the card was about 10C cooler.

As long you have a steady airflow the passive cooling of certain parts with the Eiswolf, is not going to be an issue, even with high overclocks.

Review in german.Quote

14-10-2016, 08:40:48

AwesomeSauceAndy
I love how excited he gets. Honestly thought if I was going to watercool the graphics card as well, I would probably do a custom loop.

The price of this setup though I am sure isn't exactly hateful.Quote

14-10-2016, 09:20:42

tolagarf
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Originally Posted by AwesomeSauceAndy View Post
I love how excited he gets. Honestly thought if I was going to watercool the graphics card as well, I would probably do a custom loop.

The price of this setup though I am sure isn't exactly hateful.
I've already ordered it. Ordered the GPX Eiswolf standalone block and a 240mm rad which all have been prepared with QDC and everything that is needed. Cost 183 euro if I recall. I find that price right in the sweet spot.

Custom loop is just too expensive for my taste and there's way too many accidents that can happen in assembly and testing. I just grew tired of tossing money down the drain, so this seems like the obvious choice for me.

I used to have a setup with an EK XLC 360 Predator and watercooled graphics card, yet the performance was mediocre at best. And it was still very expensive.Quote

14-10-2016, 09:43:47

Kushiro
+ theres that PITA maintenance you have to do for custom loops. If I didnt have 3 way GFX for my main PC, I would just slap an AIO on and be done with it..Quote
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