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Alphacool Eisbaer 240 CPU - Black

MPN: 11285 | SKU: ZN4537
Regular Price: $202.49
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  • Fully modular AIO CPU cooler and can be upgraded, rebuilt or refilled at any time
  • Radiator: 120mm x 2 (30mm thick)
  • Fan: 2x Eiswind 120
  • Pump: Alphacool DC-LT 2600 Ultra low noise Ceramic
  • Socket Compatibility: AMD 604/771/G34, AMD 939/AM2/AM2 /AM3/AM3 /FM1/FM2, Intel 1150/1151/1155/1156, Intel 1366, Intel 2011, Intel 775
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  • Key Selling Points

Key Selling Points

  • Fully modular AIO CPU cooler and can be upgraded, rebuilt or refilled at any time
  • Radiator: 120mm x 2 (30mm thick)
  • Fan: 2x Eiswind 120
  • Pump: Alphacool DC-LT 2600 Ultra low noise Ceramic
  • Socket Compatibility: AMD 604/771/G34, AMD 939/AM2/AM2 /AM3/AM3 /FM1/FM2, Intel 1150/1151/1155/1156, Intel 1366, Intel 2011, Intel 775
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With the Eisbaer, Alphacool is fundamentally revolutionizing the AIO cooler market. Where traditional AIO CPU-coolers are disposable products which are neither upgradeable nor refillable, the Alphacool Eisbaer is modularly built and can be upgraded, rebuilt or refilled at any time. This means that the Eisbaer is not only an AIO, but also fully built on classic water cooling components. That means it is quieter and more powerful than the average AIO solution. The base of the radiator is the popular Alphacool NexXxoS series, which is well-loved around the world. The slight thickness of the fins ensures enormous cooling power in fans with low rotational speed. This ensures that the performance of the Eisbaer when adjusting the fans down decreases much more slowly than in radiators with higher fin thickness. The Eisbaer was designed with expandability directly in mind. This is why you'll find a quick-lock closure on one of the hoses. This quick-lock mechanism is compatible with Alphacool HF quick-lock closures, with which the circuit can easily be expanded to include anything from a radiator to a graphics card cooler. The Eiswind fans were developed specially for radiators and generate a high static pressure in order to push cool air through the fan blades. Both fans can be regulated with PWM to anywhere in an enormous range from 550 to 1700 RPM. A PWM Y-adapter is included with the Eisbaer so that both fans can be controlled by the motherboard or a separate fan control with a PWM connection. All connectors are based on the classic G1/4 inch thread, the standard thread in the water cooling field. The basis of the pumps is the Alphacool DC-LT Ceramic Ultra Low Noise. The pump runs extremely quietly and can be regulated to between 7 and 12V. It can also be regulated through the motherboard. The insulated pump case further perfects the noise generation and ensures that vibrations are almost completely absorbed. Also matches Aquatuning Model 1012137. Aquatuning Model #1012137


  • 1 x Alphacool Eisbaer 240 CPU - Black
  • 2 x Eiswind Fan
  • 1 x Intel Backplate
  • 1 x Intel bracket
  • 1 x AMD bracket
  • PWM Adapter
  • Mounting material
  • 1 x Thermal paste

Brand: Alphacool

MPN: 11285

UPC: 4250197112857


Packaging: Retail

Condition: New

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By Tamara Robertson
Great :))
Great product . Recomended. ძალიან კარგი რამეა :)
By Alexandra Simmons
Pump started rattling after a few weks of use.
It worked great for a few weeks, then the pump started making a rattling sound. I'm afraid it's going to die soon.*update - upon reflection, i was very happy with this aio. The fact that they use a copper radiator is a big plus, as most aio's combine a copper plate, with an aluminum radiator. This can cause issues due to dissimilar metals reacting with each other. When i removed the unit to replace it, i noticed a large air bubble in the pump/reservoir. Since it wasn't there when i first installed it, i'm guessing it was either in the radiator and made its way into the pump, or there was water loss at some point. I didn't see any signs of leakage, but my guess is that this is the reason the pump started rattling. *
By Kasper Hansen
Better than as*tek aluminum,copper and corrosion aka doom agony and despair
It's okay got it because i got tired of cleaning my deepcool gamerstorm assassin ii temps barley wen't down 1 whole celsius on the cores package is pretty much stayed the same 33°c on the package 25°c on the cores it does drop to 32°c on the package and 24°c on the cores for a split second this is cooling a i7-6800k@4.2ghz 1.275v should push it higher package and core temps hits 59°c along with core 2 and 4 at 59°c,core 0 and 3 at 55°c,core 1 at 53°c core and core 5 at 51°c while gaming fan speed 1335 rpm under load 1247 rpm idle this is push pull setup the pump will likely fail before anything else thing get old and quit.Hooked a alphacool eiswolf onto it temps lowered a bit but the quick connect jammed so i cant separate them so will lower my rating for this.
By Joshua Wright
Pump is horrible
This worked great for 2 months and then the pump started making an incredible amount of noise. Unacceptable.
By Angelina Haugan
Does an excellent job cooling
Does an excellent job cooling. My cpu, at idle, often shows a cooler temperature than room temp. Only complaint i might have is the length of the tubes. Another 3" or so would have been nice, just to allow nicer routing in my particular case.
By Neea Perko
Future-proof your system's aio for expansion, or refills. But, the outletpc price is absurd!
First, this is a fantastic, well-built cooler. It is essentially a custom built 240mm aio that is meant to be sold similarly to others in the market, akin to the corsair h100i and the kraken x52. It fits all recent mobos, including intel and amd.Pros:-this is really customizable, flexible for expansion using your own tubing in the future from the pump included - it can power a larger loop for sure.-the led is awesome, the ocool (alphacool) lights up blue and fits my system's theme perfect. Additionally, the reservoir on the pump combo lights up, so you can see the coolant in there.-tubing bends a lot w/ no kinks. I have this on my mini-itx, and while trying to fit test fit it in the system i put a lot of stress on the tubing. It withstood it in grand fashion, and the coils around the tubing really work.-quick-disconnect part allows for expansion, as well as moving the tubing criss-cross to fit your case better.-my intel i7-6700k @ 4.5ghz idles at 28-30c, and under really heavy load of handbrake encoding of full hd files the max temp i ever saw was 88c. Keep in mind, the system has only one intake fan - through the gpu radiator. There is no other intakes, and the 240mm are the only exhaust for the system. (realistically, normal spikes on desktop go to max 50c, and gaming on gta v and opening about 600 browser tabs yield ~60c s)cons:-while it did fit in my mini-itx corsair 250d, the fact that the quick-disconnect is to close to the pump-end of one of the tubings means the overall bend radius for the whole setup is not quite what it could be. I wish it were located a bit closer to the mid section of the tubing-the mounting setup for attaching the block to the mobo is a bit cumbersome. Alphacool should work on a simpler snap solution, while retaining the quality and firmness of this finished mounts-it came with its own thermal past. However, it should have come in a tubing rather than a bag i had to split. Additionally, too much came in, and ironically when i decided to remove the block and replace the thermal paste the mid-portion of the die had little past there. It spread elsewhere, and the center of the cpu was left blank.-black tubing means no way to see any air bubbles. I recommend running this loop outside the finished system or case before installing everything else, just to check if it all works properly.Final thoughts:-this is one of the best coolers aio in the market. I'm sure if i put this as an intake or in a system that has more plentyful and better airflow, the temperatures would be really low (probably wold not break 70c on handbrake testing). Nonetheless, the 30cm thick radiator + the extremely silent and gorgeous pump/reservoir combo fits in most cases, and works similarly to much more expensive coolers (like the ek predator 240, plus this quick-disconnect system here is higher quality).I recommend you buy this as a future proof solution for your system cooling. The fill port allows you to, over time, fix any evaporation of coolant, and completely replace it if you want something of a different color or transparency - or uv reactive! Make sure you have the height clearance, and obviously your case has at least 55cm of clearance for the radiator+fans - which the corsair 250d mini-itx has.I will say this: the price here on outletpc is absurd! Seriously, $139+taxes = 153 fricking dollars! This should retail for just $130.
By Luke Peters
Thought it was good deal! I know better now.
A year and a half later, and pump is now making noise, and led on pump is dimming. Never had this issue with corsair or nzxt. Don't think i'll be purchasing an other alphacool products.
By Irene Cunningham
Product was delivered with a bad connection in the loop that caused liquid to leak ...
Product was delivered with a bad connection in the loop that caused liquid to leak into packaging. Suffice to say i am not satisfied.


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