Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review

Packaging and contents

Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review 

Packaging and Contents

The Eisbaer comes in a classy looking, predominantly black box with details of the product seductively picked out on the exterior.  Notable by their absence are any sort of specifications other than the CPUs the Eisbaer LT will fit.  Still, it's not like we buy these off the shelf is it, so we're not really that bothered.

Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review 

 

The packaging is the very generic and OEM, egg box card, what can we say, it does the job, and saves the planet. 

Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review 

 

You get a pair of 120mm Eiswind fans, that are rated up to 1700rpm.  It'll be interesting to see how noisy they are at the full 12v speed we conduct our testing at. 

Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review 

 

As you might imagine, you also get fixtures and fittings for every Intel and AMD CPU that's come on the market sine Noah was a lad. 

Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review 

 

The instructions are are in the form of a glossy booklet, and are wonderfully clear and concise.  In fact, they're some of the best we've seen in quite a while. 

Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review  

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Most Recent Comments

20-02-2018, 11:52:00

dwatterworth
Great review!
From the photo of the g1/4 fittings on the end tanks, it looks like it might be a hard time, without the use of a rigid threaded extension to clear the fans, to add larger outer diameter fittings on there without running into the fans?Quote

21-02-2018, 02:26:59

tolagarf
Nevermind, I was wrongQuote

21-02-2018, 15:21:37

Layer Cakes
Fantastic review. More AIOs need to use g1/4" fittings imo. Just like how it's great to be able to use an old 2 in 1 as just a monitor.

Does anyone else think that the quick disconnects are a massive eye sore though?Quote

25-02-2018, 03:17:44

Shadow of chaos
Any chance of testing the 360mm one?

Extreme versions coming soon too, wonder how they will turn out.Quote

26-02-2018, 02:14:41

tolagarf
Looks like it's the old Fractal Design Kelvin models rebranded, except they changed the radiator type (used to be nexXxos)Quote
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