Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review

Price Vs Performance

Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review

Price Vs Performance

We brought these graphs together initially to help us see which coolers represented the best value.  Having done so we thought it might just help you guys in making your purchasing decisions.  What you're essentially looking at below are graphs that illustrates both the cost of the cooler and how it performs relative to the others in the test.  The red bars represent the performance figure and the grey bars represent the cost of the cooler.  What you're looking for then is a cooler with a small red bar (low temps) and a grey bar that is also as small as possible (lower price).  

7700K 4.8GHz @ 1.25v

In the graph immediately below we've kept the overclock down to 4.8GHz in order to show you the full range of coolers.  From the off it's easy to see that on the whole you get what you pay for, with the more expensive coolers garnering better performance results, but there are a few stand outs here.  

Alphacool Eisbaer LT 240 Review  

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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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