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Alphacool Announces the Eisbaer 420 – The World’s Biggest AIO solution

The Alphacool Eisbaer is an expandable, refillable CPU all-in-one watercooler with a pure copper radiator. The Eisbaer can be expanded with additional Eisbaer Ready products such as the Eiswolf GPX-Pro graphics card cooler, among others.

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In Win Tou 2.0 Gets All Shined Up for CES

In Win is always bringing impressive cases to show off at CES and this year is no exception. Fresh from the upgrade line is Tou 2.0 and it sure does catch the eye. This massive full tower, surely an enthusiast piece, has large 5mm thick tempered glass panels covering most of the exterior while LED lights dim and brighten to change whether the case is mirrored or opaque. The lights brightness are controlled through a really unique touch slider switch built into the top of the front panel.

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Alphacool Takes Water Cooling Out of the PC With Eiswand

Most of the time there is no substitute for a full blown custom watercooling loop. Unfortunately there are many scenarios where installing internal water cooling is just simply inconvenient or not possible. Perhaps your case is too small to fit an adequate sized radiator, or maybe just getting the pump, res, and rad to fit is just too much. This is where Alphacool's new Eiswand external cooling system comes to the rescue.

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Case Mod Friday: Black Tone

This week's build comes from akmod. He tells us that this is his first custom water cooling build. We'll he sure did a great job! The build is inside a Caselabs SMA8 case, which is basically built for water cooling. The build is called "Black Tone" and you can see why, he has gone with pretty much all black components as well as black hard-tubing. Be sure to check this build out! Quite good for a first time build!


Thermaltake Pacific RL360 D5 RGB Water Cooling Kit Review

And that brings us to today’s review. After much anticipation we have finally gotten our hands on one of Tt’s new custom AIO watercooling kits, the Pacific RL360 D5 RGB! This kit comes specced out with a full complement of standard water cooling gear picked out and packaged into a single simple brown box. Follow along as we find out if this kit is really all you need to be a custom water cooler; as well as just how much performance is packed into that single brown box!

Aqua Computer GTX 1080 Kryographics Water Block
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Aqua Computer Announces Kryographics Water Blocks for GTX 1080 and GTX 1070

The German-based liquid cooling specialist Aqua Computer has added the water block kryographics Pascal to its portfolio. Due to an almost equal PCB it is possible to use the cooling block with the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070. For the first time Aqua Computer uses a jet plate in a kryographics block. The changed channel flow reduces the already low flow resistance. The large slotted cooling structure above the GPU offers an outstanding cooling performance.

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DeepCool Shows Off Impressive New Ark Chassis

Back in January at CES DeepCool showed us their Genome Chassis with integrated water cooling and we were extremely impressed. Now at Computex they are presenting the New Ark, which takes things even further. To start with the New Ark is a bushed aluminum chassis with an amazing look that has the water cooling reservoir and coolant channels on the outside of the case!

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Aqua Computer Unveils KryoM.2 PCIe Riser, Heatsink, and Block for M.2 SSDs

M.2 SSDs offer enormous fast transfer rates but the downside is they can also become quite hot. When the temperature reaches a critical point the M.2 SSD starts to throttle which results in a reduced performance. The German-based liquid cooling specialist Aqua Computer has addressed this issue with the high quality PCIe 3.0 4x card kryoM.2 which can be also equipped with a passive heat sink or water block.


Water Cooling 101: Adding Memory Blocks & Maintaining Your Loop

You’ve done it all so far, designed and built your first loop, upgraded and expanded that loop to include your GPU but still you’ve got a desire to watercool more. Well rather than building a whole new rig, there are options out there to take your watercooling to a whole new level. This is where things get sort of technically difficult and you are going to be voiding some warranties as well. After CPU and GPU blocks the next most popular would be Memory and Motherboard blocks. Both of these require you to remove the stock heat spreaders and can potentially damage parts and just as often voids your warranty. For our rig, there is no motherboard block available, instead we are going to go ahead and demonstrate how to install water blocks on your memory.

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