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ALSEYE Xtreme X360 – Compact water cooling focuses on optics

ALSEYE, the Chinese manufacturer of cooling components, has been rather unknown in Western countries until now. Due to the distribution via the German Inter-Tech Elektronik Handels GmbH, numerous ALSEYE products now find their way into European store shelves and online shops. With the models MAX 240, Xtreme X240 and Halo H240 as well as Halo H360 we already had some compact watercoolers for testing here. In this review, the test of the ALSEYE Xtreme X360 follows.

The ALSEYE Xtreme X360 is the bigger brother of the X240 and has, as you can almost guess from its name, a 360 millimeter radiator. This is ventilated by three 120 millimetre X-Series fans. The X360 is supposed to convince with a good cooling capacity of up to 350W and a chic RGB look. The compact water cooling is available at a price of Price not available. If the ALSEYE Xtreme X360 can impress us, you can find out in this review.

Technical Details

Cooler specifications

Dimensions (with fan) 393 x 120 x 57 mm (W x H x D)
Weight (with fan) approx. 1.2 kg
Material copper (radiator bottom), aluminium (radiator, fins)
Supported cooling capacity 350W TDP
Compatibility AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, AM4, FM1, FM2
Compatibility Intel 775, 115x, 1200, 1366, 2011, 2066 (Square-ILM)
Price Price not available
Specials Pump with ceramic bearing, sleeved and swiveling FEP tubes, RGB illumination, RF remote control

Fan specifications

Fan designation ALSEYE X12
Dimensions 120 mm x 120 mm x 30 mm
Speed max. 1600 rpm
Volume max. 35.6 dBA
Flow volume 95.7 m³/h
Air pressure max. 1.97 mm H2O
Specials hydrodynamic plain bearing (HDB), 26 RGB LEDs, 5-pin connector

Pump specifications

Dimensions 62 x 62 x 90 mm (W x H x D)
Pump speed 2600 rpm
Bottom plate copper
Hose length 350 mm
Hose diameter N/A
Specials ceramic bearings, RGB lighting
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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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