Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review


The last time we looked at an Alphacool AIO was when we looked at the original Eisbaer 240 when we did the last Mega Test way back at the beginning of 2017.  With that in mind we figured that we it was about time we had a look at the latest incarnation of the Eisbaer, the LT 240.  Superficially the new model appears quite similar to the older model, save that the bulky cold plate.reservoir assembly has been replaced by a more compact and traditional looking cold plate.  For the rest of the updates, best we have a look at the Technical Pecification


Technical Specification

Intel 775, 115x, 1366, 201, 2011-3, 2066, 604, 771
AMD AM2/+, AM3/+, AM4, FM1,2/+ C32, G34, 754,939,940
Radiator Size 270X120X25MM (LxWxH)
Radiator Material Copper 
Tubing PVC, 32mm long, 11/8mm with anti kink coils. 
Fans 2x120mm 550-1700RPM 
Static Pressure 1.66mmH20 
Airflow 63.85cfm 
Noise 29dB(A)
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Most Recent Comments

20-02-2018, 11:52:00

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

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

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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