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Alphacool AIO for video cards. Are they any good? - Alphacool Eiswolf 2 EVGA RTX 3080/3090


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Hey everyone,

New to this community but not new to the scene. Does anyone know anything about these? Are they any good?

Card I am using is a 3080Ti FTW Ultra

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Hey, welcome over to EHW!

Are you talking about one of these?聽

WWW.AQUATUNING.US

The Alphacool Eiswolf 2 is the first full cover GPU AIO waterblock from Alphacool. It is based on the Alphacool GPX Eisblock Aurora GPX water block, a pump unit and a 360mm NexXxoS ST30 full copper radiator...

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3 minutes ago, Sir Beregond said:

Hey, welcome over to EHW!

Are you talking about one of these?聽

WWW.AQUATUNING.US

The Alphacool Eiswolf 2 is the first full cover GPU AIO waterblock from Alphacool. It is based on the Alphacool GPX Eisblock Aurora GPX water block, a pump unit and a 360mm NexXxoS ST30 full copper radiator...

That's gotta be it.聽 I just did a search on Amazon, looks like they have one for just about every top tier card too.聽 Now LordXeb here has me wondering the same question, to buy one for my 6900XT or not.........

Note:聽 I've never tried one of these AIO's.

With that said, Alphacool has been around for a long time.聽 AIO's have been increasingly getting better and better over time since the first H50's hit store shelves.聽 I'm happily running an AIO on my CPU.聽 I see these as a fancier, higher end version of an old school Thermalright or Arctic Accelero.聽 Better than the cooling you'd get stock (assuming you piece it together, get a reference block for a reference card for example).聽 But not QUITE as good of performance as you'd get with a proper full water loop.聽 Granted, with modern AIO's, you might get pretty close to proper loop temps too anyway.

My 2 cents on it, if it helps at all. 馃檪

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15 minutes ago, Avacado said:

Welcome to the community.

Nothing wrong with Acool AIO's. What card are you considering running one on?

I agree. Look like one of their normal full-cover blocks (I have an Alphacool 3080 FE block on my 3080 Ti FE and it works excellently - though I'm open loop) plumbed up as an AIO. Looks like would work fine.

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there's a few people in the 3080 Ti thread on OCN with them. I was considering one when I first bought my 3080 Ti but never pulled the trigger on one.聽

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3 hours ago, Sir Beregond said:

Hey, welcome over to EHW!

Are you talking about one of these?聽

WWW.AQUATUNING.US

The Alphacool Eiswolf 2 is the first full cover GPU AIO waterblock from Alphacool. It is based on the Alphacool GPX Eisblock Aurora GPX water block, a pump unit and a 360mm NexXxoS ST30 full copper radiator...

Hey thanks man! Enterprise told me about this place. Been over on OCN for a long time (over a decade). 聽And yes that is what I am talking about!

3 hours ago, pioneerisloud said:

That's gotta be it.聽 I just did a search on Amazon, looks like they have one for just about every top tier card too.聽 Now LordXeb here has me wondering the same question, to buy one for my 6900XT or not.........

Note:聽 I've never tried one of these AIO's.

With that said, Alphacool has been around for a long time.聽 AIO's have been increasingly getting better and better over time since the first H50's hit store shelves.聽 I'm happily running an AIO on my CPU.聽 I see these as a fancier, higher end version of an old school Thermalright or Arctic Accelero.聽 Better than the cooling you'd get stock (assuming you piece it together, get a reference block for a reference card for example).聽 But not QUITE as good of performance as you'd get with a proper full water loop.聽 Granted, with modern AIO's, you might get pretty close to proper loop temps too anyway.

My 2 cents on it, if it helps at all. 馃檪

Hey pioneer! Good to see you here! Long time no see. Yeah that is what I was thinkingZ also I have gotten into the making my system as quiet as possible. The stock cooler on the ultra is.. a little loud for my taste. That said I do like the aio and easily expandable nature of their systems. Though if I go full into water I would get a 360 and a 420 rad. Overkill but why not?

2 hours ago, Avacado said:

Welcome to the community.

Nothing wrong with Acool AIO's. What card are you considering running one on?

Oh I forgot to put that in my bios. I have an evga 3080 ti ftw3 ultra.

2 hours ago, Sir Beregond said:

I agree. Look like one of their normal full-cover blocks (I have an Alphacool 3080 FE block on my 3080 Ti FE and it works excellently - though I'm open loop) plumbed up as an AIO. Looks like would work fine.

I was thinking the same. Also it isn鈥檛 like I can鈥檛 reuse their rads and stuff.聽

41 minutes ago, The Pook said:

there's a few people in the 3080 Ti thread on OCN with them. I was considering one when I first bought my 3080 Ti but never pulled the trigger on one.聽

Thanks for letting me know! Also, how you been pook? Haven鈥檛 been on OCN in a bit.

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I just placed an order.

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57 minutes ago, LordXeb said:

I just placed an order.

Nice, definitely let us know how it works out.

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Nice thing about the Alphacool AIOs are that they are based on their normal custom loop parts. They use standard G1/4 fittings and copper radiators. Makes it easier to expand or upgrade down the line.聽

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Just curious if you ever got this in yet @LordXeb?

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On 20/01/2023 at 12:43, Sir Beregond said:

Just curious if you ever got this in yet @LordXeb?

Not yet. I am currently in Cleveland for a month so I wont get to test it out till I am back.聽

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30 minutes ago, LordXeb said:

Not yet. I am currently in Cleveland for a month so I wont get to test it out till I am back.聽

When you do, you should write us up an "Amateur Review" of it in the correct section! 馃檪聽聽

https://forums.extremehw.net/forum/128-amateur-reviews/

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On 28/01/2023 at 22:00, LordXeb said:

Not yet. I am currently in Cleveland for a month so I wont get to test it out till I am back.聽

Still interested to hear.聽馃檪

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On 02/03/2023 at 14:14, Sir Beregond said:

Still interested to hear.聽馃檪

I haven;t had a chance to write things up but here are some results I got. between a 20-30C drop in temps across the board. All load temps were taken after 20 runs of speedway in 3dmark after 30 minute preheat using heaven benchmark.聽
Before Idle:
GPU: 30C
Hot Spot: 37C
Memory: 38
Other memory temps: 31C
VRM: 32C
Load temps before:
GPU: 83C
Hotspot: 98C
Memory: 90C
Other memory temps: 68-72CC
VRM: 60-65C Hotest 73C

With AIO:
Idle
GPU: 28C
Hot Spot: 34C
Memory: 36C
Other memory - 30-31C
VRM: 31C
Load
GPU: 62C
Hot Spot: 69C
Memory: 66C
Other memory temps: 55-56C
VRMs: 54-66C - 66C highest.聽

Here is idle before
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Load temps before
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idle temps after
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