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Alphacool Eisbecher Aurora D5 Acetal/Glass - 150mm incl. D5 VPP655 PWM Pump - Pump and reservoir combo

Alphacool Eisbecher Aurora D5 Acetal/Glass - 150mm incl. D5 VPP655 PWM Pump - Pump and reservoir combo

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The Alphacool Eisbecher Aurora reservoir has an integrated pump top for powerful D5 pumps and comes with a VPP Apex pump. The tube of the reservoir is made of glass, the D5/VPP pump top and the lid of acetal. The combination of these two materials gives the expansion tank a magnificent appearance. The wow effect is provided by 12 digitally addressable RGB LEDs in the pump top and the Lighttower water effect inside the glass tube.

Please note that the 150mm length indicates the entire body with the pump. The tube length is approximately 100mm. Also note that the power and PWM cable is not braided.

Extensive mounting options
Mounting option 1:
Stands are included in the scope of delivery, which, among other things, allow the expansion tank to be mounted on the bottom of the enclosure.

Mounting option 2:
Included in the scope of delivery are 120mm/140mm mounting frames, which can be used to mount the Eisbecher Aurora expansion tank as desired on free fan spaces, radiators or on the fans on radiators.

Digitally addressable RGB lighting
12 digitally addressable RGB LEDs illuminate the glass tube of the reservoir. They are mounted in a ring at the lower end of the tube in the transition to the pump top and provide brilliant illumination of the entire expansion tank. In combination with the Lighttower water effect, a very special ambience is achieved. The digital aRGB LED lighting is connected via a JST 3-pin connector and can be controlled with a digital RGB controller (e.g. Alphacool Aurora Eiscontrol, Art.15360) or a digital RGB capable mainboard.

Lighttower water effect
A special water effect is created in the Eisbecher reservoir via the riser tubes. If you do not fill the reservoir beyond the top edge of the riser tube, you get a kind of fountain effect. In this case, the water is pushed out the sides of the riser tube and splashed against the glass tube. Depending on the flow of the circuit, the effect is stronger or weaker.

The VPP Apex pump does without a spherical bearing and uses a ceramic shaft. The motor's coils have been moved from the inside to the outside. These changes have the effect that the pump is fundamentally more stable and smoother running, and any vibrations that arise have been significantly
reduced. Another positive side effect is that power consumption has been almost halved as a result. Compared to Alphacool's Eispumpe, the power is not supplied via a 4-pin Molex connector. Instead, the Apex VPP pump is connected to the power supply using a SATA connector. The Apex VPP pump has a 4-pin fan connector that connects to the motherboard or to an external controller. This allows you to control the speed range of the pump via PWM and read out the RPM signal.


Technical data
L x W x H 142 x 77 x 77mm
Pump compatibility D5
Capacity 180 ml
Material Pump top & cover acetal
Material tube glass
Material framing bar aluminium
Connection 1x G1/4“ inner thread IN / 4x G1/4“ inner thread OUT
Maximum working temperature 60 °C
Pressure tested 0,8 Bar
Quantity of digital aRGB LEDs 12
Power digital aRGB LEDs 5V
Power connector digital aRGB LEDs 3-Pin JST + 3-Pin 5V
Weight 567 g
Color black

Technical data VPP Apex
Dimensions (L x W x H) 65 x 65 x 41mm
Material pump synthetic material
Material pump cover aluminium
Material axle ceramics
Connections 4-Pin PWM | SATA
Rotational speed 2500 - 4500 RPM
Cable lenghts 4-Pin PWM - 48cm | SATA - 48cm
Operating voltage 8-13V DC / 14W IP32
Starting voltage 12V DC
Maximum pumping head 4,25 m
Max flow 340 l/h
Max working temperature 60 °C
Net weight 276 g
color black


Note on application
Please use only in conjunction with clear transparent water cooling fluids. The particles and additives in Pastel liquids can clog and permanently damage water cooling products such as radiators, pumps, coolers and hoses. This can result in voiding the manufacturer's warranty as well.

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