Thursday, October 25th 2012

EK Introduces its First AMD C32/G34 Water Block

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium performance PC water cooling gear manufacturer, is excited to introduce it's first AMD C32/G34 socket water block thus introducing high performance water cooling to the server and workstation market.

EK-Supremacy AMD C32/G34 is the ultimate water block for server- & workstation type motherboards featuring one or more AMD C32- or G34 sockets. Moreover this product also supports AMD's older Socket F. Included PreciseMount mechanism offers error-preventing, tool-less installation - the result is a perfect installation which results in optimal performance every time.


EK-Supremacy is a result of round clock development, years of experience and rigorous testing. As a new EK flagship this product again combines top hydraulic and thermal performance.

EK-Supremacy is a successor of the legendary EK-Supreme HF water block launched in 2010. It's main improvements are:

- better hydraulic performance: due to improved design up to 20% higher flow compared to EK-Supreme HF
- better cooling performance: up to 2°C lower CPU temperatures compared to EK-Supreme HF

The EK-Supremacy cooling engine uses similar, yet refined as per needs of modern microprocessors, fin design as its ancestor. The cooling liquid accelerates through jet plate's nozzle and turbulently continues its path through numerous very thin channels which provide extreme cooling surface area. Specifically designed and carefully machined copper base (sometimes referred to as 'cold plate') is made from purest copper available on the market and is further polished to absolute mirror finish. This alone greatly improves the cooling performance of EK-Supremacy.

CPU socket compatibility:
- AMD Sockets: F, C32, G34

Enclosed in the box:
- EK-Supremacy AMD C32/G34 series water block
- EK-Supremacy PreciseMount AMD C32/G34 mounting mechanism
- TIM / thermal grease: Gelid GC-Extreme (EKWB 1.6g)

The EK-Supremacy AMD C32/G34 series water blocks are readily available for purchase through EK Webshop and our Partner Reseller Network.
Add your own comment

20 Comments on EK Introduces its First AMD C32/G34 Water Block

#1
Dj-ElectriC
Why the swag and circles in that case?
Posted on Reply
#4
Mindweaver
Moderato®™
Buck should be all over this! :toast:
Posted on Reply
#5
eidairaman1
by: Mindweaver
Buck should be all over this! :toast:
ya the 4P he has right
Posted on Reply
#6
Mindweaver
Moderato®™
by: eidairaman1
ya the 4P he has right
Yea and he is working on his second 4p now. :toast:
Posted on Reply
#7
XNine
CaseLabs Rep
EK's been pumping out a lot of new gear lately.
Posted on Reply
#8
Sadasius
Eddy has been working hard. Hate the circle thing he has been doing though. Hope he gets over that soon. I liked the transformer EK look more then the circles.
Posted on Reply
#9
Sasqui
by: Dj-ElectriC
Why the swag and circles in that case?
It's their new imprint, branding. I don't dislike it, just that it leads me to believe their products are actually made of Swiss Cheese, not metal and epoxy. :laugh:
Posted on Reply
#10
XNine
CaseLabs Rep
by: Sadasius
Eddy has been working hard. Hate the circle thing he has been doing though. Hope he gets over that soon. I liked the transformer EK look more then the circles.
I dunno, the circles have started to grow on me. They're much better looking in person.
Posted on Reply
#11
theoneandonlymrk
by: Mindweaver
Buck should be all over this!
yeah but it would cost quite a lot to block both his beasts now, inc rads and youd have crazey cooling x2, id oil submerge them if i were him,, yes really.
Posted on Reply
#12
eidairaman1
by: theoneandonlymrk
yeah but it would cost quite a lot to block both his beasts now, inc rads and youd have crazey cooling x2, id oil submerge them if i were him,, yes really.
its already a pretty penny to own a 4P machine anyway lol.
Posted on Reply
#13
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Now if I could just find a good 2P G34 board that has the overclocking options magically unlocked.
Posted on Reply
#14
Wile E
Power User
by: cdawall
Now if I could just find a good 2P G34 board that has the overclocking options magically unlocked.
That's what I was thinking. Somebody needs a multi-cpu enthusiast board based on these sockets.
Posted on Reply
#15
eidairaman1
by: Wile E
That's what I was thinking. Somebody needs a multi-cpu enthusiast board based on these sockets.
Till AM3+ merges with it. IDK
Posted on Reply
#16
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: Wile E
That's what I was thinking. Somebody needs a multi-cpu enthusiast board based on these sockets.
AMD wont allow any motherboard manufacturer to "taint" the server market with 2P boards that can overclock. They believe it blemishes the server market. I have heard of companies ordering direct from Tyan specifically paying for a BIOS with all of the options unlocked, but we are talking large large companies spending a pretty penny.
Posted on Reply
#17
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
by: cdawall
AMD wont allow any motherboard manufacturer to "taint" the server market with 2P boards that can overclock. They believe it blemishes the server market. I have heard of companies ordering direct from Tyan specifically paying for a BIOS with all of the options unlocked, but we are talking large large companies spending a pretty penny.
The board buck has will OC IIRC!
Posted on Reply
#18
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: brandonwh64
The board buck has will OC IIRC!
Kind of it uses XMP profiling to force a higher bus speed in one specific modified BIOS via linux. I would much rather a 2P board that would allow BIOS clocking.
Posted on Reply
#19
xBruce88x
by: eidairaman1
its already a pretty penny to own a 4P machine anyway lol.
let alone 2 of them. I was looking at his 4p builds the other day. I was thinking of building a rig dedicated to folding using a few (3 or 4) gtx 560SEs. then I saw the power usage difference with his 4p build so i may go the multi cpu route, though I'll probably stick with 2 cpu for the sake of costs and the fact i'm not sure how well my new job is gonna pay yet. I'm still waiting on the interview :rolleyes:

nice to know there's a waterblock for that socket now. even though i'll start with air cooling, i'll probably end up moving to liquid later in the summer (if my job works out)
Posted on Reply
#20
eidairaman1
by: xBruce88x
let alone 2 of them. I was looking at his 4p builds the other day. I was thinking of building a rig dedicated to folding using a few (3 or 4) gtx 560SEs. then I saw the power usage difference with his 4p build so i may go the multi cpu route, though I'll probably stick with 2 cpu for the sake of costs and the fact i'm not sure how well my new job is gonna pay yet. I'm still waiting on the interview :rolleyes:

nice to know there's a waterblock for that socket now. even though i'll start with air cooling, i'll probably end up moving to liquid later in the summer (if my job works out)
If AMD would launch a slew of Unlocked Opterons in G34 at a reasonable clock rate id run 2x 8 Core Units, 32 GB 14900 DDR3, 2x Radeon 7870s, 3 SSDs, 1 Sound card
Posted on Reply
Add your own comment