With “Alseye”, Inter-Tech is positioning itself in the budget-oriented segment of PC components. Besides some fans, AiO water cooling systems are also sold – at a very strong price. The Alseye H-Series is one of the cheapest water cooling systems on the market. If you can feel the low price or if the watercooling is one of the insider tips, you can find out here in the test.
|Alseye H240||Alseye H360|
|Socket Compatibility||Intel: LGA 2011, 2066, 775, 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1200, 1366
AMD: AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2, AM4
|Pump||3-pin, 12V, 2600 rpm, ceramic bearings, RGB illuminated (static)|
|Hoses||300 mm, nylon-coated|
|Fan||120 x 120 x 26 mm (L x W x H)
16 Rainbow LEDs (static)
|Price||Price not available*||€ 73.90*|
scope of delivery and workmanship
Beside the water cooling system there are some mounting material, heat conductive paste, two (H240) or three (H360) RGB fans, a PWM splitter and a manual in the box. There is no pre-applied thermal paste on the CPU block. It is protected from scratches or other damage by a glued-on foil.
There is basically nothing to complain about in terms of workmanship. The radiator is cleanly workmanship, even on the pump block you look for errors in vain. Only the choice of material in connection with the optics of the pump block make a somewhat more favourable impression – probably not everyone will see it that way. The fans make a very solid impression – torsion resistant, nice lighting and there are no defects.
The only processing criticism is the hoses – when bent, the sheathing curls. Although this has no effect on performance or functionality, it is still somewhat unsightly.