Tuesday, July 2nd 2013

EK-SF3D Triple Point EVO UNI Adapter Plate Released

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to introduce the newest addition to EK-SF3Dline of Liquid Nitrogen evaporation coolers for extreme overclocking. EK-SF3D Triple Point EVO - UNI Adapter is a universal adapter plate that allows the installation of various cooling solutions to your Triple Point Module Adapters. Used in conjunction with up to four Module Adapters this unit allows extreme overclocking of virtually any (DDR-)SDRAM memory module (of any generation).

Pre-testing is the key to success in the world of extreme overclocking. With this adapter you can utilise your favorite phase change cooling unit, an old LN2 evaporator or your even a water cooled TEC (as shown on photo below) to bin your memory, as long as your cooler supports AMD S939/754 mouting hole pattern.

Features:
  • pure electrolytic copper core with nickel plated finish
  • standard AMD S754/939/940 mounting hole pattern (89mm)
  • complete mounting mechanism with extra long 80mm M4 screws
  • supports up to four EK-SF3D Triple Point EVO Module Adapters
  • also compatible with EK-RAM Monarch Module Adapters
EK-SF3D Triple Point EVO - UNI Adapter is readily available for purchase (MSRP 20.95? incl. VAT) through EK Webshop and and Partner Reseller Network. Be sure to check out other products from EK Extreme line of products.
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5 Comments on EK-SF3D Triple Point EVO UNI Adapter Plate Released

#1
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
this is probably the first water cooling product release on TPU :p
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btarunr
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by: de.das.dude
this is probably the first water cooling product release on TPU :p
And how is that?
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#3
natr0n
My ram is so cool it's frozen.
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#4
xvi
Actually kind of interesting, but it looks rather inefficient. Sub-ambient would seem necessary just to get that much cold down to the memory.
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#5
Svarog
Notice the Motherboard.

Gigabyte Z87X-OC, with EK Waterblocks in the background.
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