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Alphacool’s newest reservoir: Developed to amaze!
Lighting effects in the reservoir for a special look in the system have become a must in the water cooling sector. But the possibilities were rather limited…
The Fuzion Core sets new standards:
But this is not all: The bottom of the reservoir is equipped with additional small tubes which can be lit with 5mm LEDS from the bottom. This gives an additional new effect to this reservoir which has not been possible before.
Of course additional opening are reserved for lighting modules. Four additional G1/4” threads, two of which are used for connection of the reservoir, are implemented. Hence this reservoir even allows installation of G1/4” lighting modules for even more effects!
The technical aspects of these reservoirs are inspired by the proven designs from previous series. Basic elements of the Alphacool Cape Corp series, which have proven themselves for many years, have been implemented for maximum reliability and safety.
Colour combinations with coolant and lighting, effect combination with many new possibilities and years of experience in reservoir development make this product unique and truly exceptional in safety and elegance. This is the reservoir of the future!
Total Reviews: 1 Average Rating:
Poor Engineering & Good Looks09-09-2012
Reviewer: Electrocutor (1)
This reservoir looks very neat and has a lot more lighting capabilities than most, but due to its poor design, it is mostly unusable. This reservoir does not have standard G1/4 connections. It has the standard-sized threads on the outside, but on the inside the diameter of the hole is MUCH smaller. The normal cross-sectional area of a G1/4 connection is just under 0.05 inches squared. The holes in this reservoir have a cross-sectional area of just over 0.01 inches squared: the exact dimensions are four times the restriction of a G1/4 connection. The reason that they made the holes so small is because they made the G1/4 threads too close to the edges, so making the hole normal-sized would put it outside the threads that hold the cylinder. Clearly this was poorly engineered and had they added just a few mm to the width of the cylinder or put the G1/4 closer to the inside, it could have normal connections. I truly hope that they release a version 2 of this reservoir with the G1/4 connections fixed and of normal diameter because it really is quite nice-looking.