Today, Alphacool announced the Eisbaer Pro Aurora series All-In-One CPU cooler line-up. The Eisbaer Pro Aurora features a larger cooling plate and mounting system for compatibility with some of the largest CPUs on the market including AMD’s Threadripper, Intel’s LGA3647, LGA4189, as well as fitting the new LGA1700-based systems. Full copper NexXxoS ST30 radiators in 280 mm and 420 mm are available and feature quick-release couplings for expandability. For complete details, continue reading Alphacool’s press release.
Yesterday, Corsair launched an ELITE LCD for many of its AIO liquid coolers. The iCUE ELITE LCD is available as an upgrade and is included in many of the ELITE series coolers. It features a 2.1″ IPS liquid crystal screen and displays various system statuses including temperature and clock speeds, or you can customize it with GIFs, videos, or images. The new ELITE AIO coolers include ML RGB ELITE fans featuring magnetic levitation bearings, addressable RGB LEDs, PWM control, and speeds up to 2,000 RPM. There are several models of ELITE coolers available so pricing varies but the upgrade kit for the LCD is $99.99 at the Corsair online store. Below is Corsair’s press release with additional information and links to the individual products.
MSI announced a free AIO cooler mount upgrade for Intel’s upcoming LGA1700 socket. If you own the MPG CORELIQUID K Series and MAG CORELIQUID R Series, you will need the new mount. If you have the MEG Coreliquid S, MAG Coreliquid C, or MAG Coreliquid P series coolers, you are already set for LGA1700. For instructions to obtain your copy of the free upgrade, please read MSI’s press release below.
Alphacool announced today that owners of the XPX Pro cooler and Eisbaer Pro AIO can receive a free mounting kit for Intel’s upcoming Socket P+ (LGA 4189) and LGA1700 sockets. While some coolers may already be compatible with LGA1700, the free mounting kit is required for LGA4189. Naturally, proof of receipt will be required. Alphacool’s press release shows the current compatibility for LGA1700.
Bold and eye-catching, the MAG CORELIQUID C Series and MAG CORELIQUID P Series are MSI’s latest all-in-one liquid coolers. Both liquid cooler series comes in 3 different sizes of radiators in 240mm, 280mm, and 360mm. What draws them apart is their looks, with the MAG CORELIQUID C Series looking vibrant thanks to the ARGB lighting on the water block and fans. On the other hand, the MAG CORELIQUID P Series looks modest and understated with a blacked-out design throughout its water block and fans.
Today, Phanteks announced the all-white Glacier One 360MPH all-in-one CPU cooler. Adding to the already impressive Glacier One line of coolers, the 360 MPH features a trio of MP HALOS D-RGB fans and, as with all Glacier One coolers, features a 7th-Gen Asetek pump. Pricing is set at $199.99 which places it on the more expensive side of AIOs. They’re clearly banking on its performance and clean aesthetics. The projected availability is early June so we should start seeing them online very soon. Below is Phanteks official press release.
EKWB recently announced the launch of its latest All-In-One CPU cooler, the EK-AIO 280 D-RGB. Powered by an integrated SPC style pump, it features a 27 mm thick 280 mm long radiator and a pair of 140 mm D-RGB Vardar S fans. The water block utilizes a copper cold plate with dense fins and a frosted acrylic top with RGBs underneath for light dispersion. Pre-ordering is available now with shipping expected in the second half of February. The retail price is set at $135 with free shipping to the United States. Here is EK’s press release.
G.Skill enters the CPU AIO cooler market with its announcement of the new ENKI series liquid coolers. Custom designed with a convex copper cold plate and high-density radiator, the ENKI coolers are engineered for extreme performance. The new ENKI will be available in 240 mm, 280 mm, and 360 mm sizes. Pricing has not been announced yet so be sure to watch for future articles about this development. Continue reading for G.Skill’s press release.
Marking their first foray into the AIO market, Phanteks has announced the Glacier One all-in-one CPU cooler line. The new coolers will be available in 240mm, 280mm, and 360mm versions. The Glacier One features Asetek’s Gen7 water pump along with a tempered glass infinity mirror pump cap using D-RGB lighting. The pump cap will also serve to hide the mounting hardware creating a clean installation. Additionally, Phanteks has made improvements to it’s MP series radiator fans for higher speeds and increased static pressure. MSRP starts at $124 for the AIOs and is available in black or white. Here is the official news from Phanteks.