Friday, December 4th 2015

EK Releases Monoblock for ASUS X99 Motherboards

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium liquid cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to release ASUS X99 motherboard monoblock - EK-FB ASUS X99 Monoblock. It's compatible with four ASUS X99 motherboard models - X99-A, X99-DELUXE, X99-PRO, X99-S.

EK-FB ASUS X99 Monoblock is a complete all-in-one (CPU and motherboard MOSFETs) liquid cooling solution for Intel X99 socket Haswell-E CPUs and the upcoming Broadwell-E CPUs, and the following ASUS X99 motherboards:
  • ASUS X99-A (USB3.1)
  • ASUS X99-DELUXE (USB3.1)
  • ASUS X99-PRO (USB3.1)
  • X99-S
Designed and engineered in cooperation with ASUS, this monoblock uses award winning EK-Supremacy EVO cooling engine to ensure best possible CPU cooling. This water block directly cools Intel LGA-2011-v3 socket type CPU and power regulation (MOSFET) module as water flows directly over all critical areas. It is a very high flow water block that can be easily used with the system using weaker water pumps.

Base of the monoblock is made of nickel-plated electrolytic copper while the top is made of quality POM Acetal or acrylic glass material, depending on the variant.

"Although we launched Intel X99 Series VRM (mosfet) blocks several months ago, we had to answer the high demand for the monoblock solution," said Niko Tivadar, EK's Chief of R&D. "Monoblocks are becoming a very popular choice with enthusiast users and we will bring two more monoblocks to the market by the end of this year."

You can always check for compatible water blocks by using EK Cooling Configurator database where compatible graphics cards and motherboards are being added to the list on a daily basis.

EK-FB ASUS X99 monoblocks are made in Slovenia, Europe and are readily available for purchase through EK Webshop and Partner Reseller Network. In the table below you can find MSR prices with VAT included.
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12 Comments on EK Releases Monoblock for ASUS X99 Motherboards

#1
xvi
I'm liking these monoblocks. RAM clearance looks a bit tight though.
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#2
RejZoR
No Sabertooth X99 or Rampage V Extreme? Or were those already released before?
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#3
Dr_b_
Need one for the X99-WS M motherboard.
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#4
PP Mguire
Dr_b_ said:
Need one for the X99-WS M motherboard.
This, except the full size version. Anticipating an update to Broadwell-E.
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speedy_3014
PP Mguire said:
This, except the full size version. Anticipating an update to Broadwell-E.
Both boards, the X99-M WS and X99-E WS seem to have the exact same layout around the CPU socket.
I myself am also wondering if this will fit, as the capacitors and chokes seem to be in the exact same position as the X99-A, X99-DELUXE, X99-PRO and X99-S, just that the type of chokes used are different.
The WS series using the gold topped chokes chokes and the latter using the standard chokes.
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#6
micropage7
looks pretty nice and simple so you just have one block to cool them
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speedy_3014
speedy_3014 said:
Both boards, the X99-M WS and X99-E WS seem to have the exact same layout around the CPU socket.
I myself am also wondering if this will fit, as the capacitors and chokes seem to be in the exact same position as the X99-A, X99-DELUXE, X99-PRO and X99-S, just that the type of chokes used are different.
The WS series using the gold topped chokes chokes and the latter using the standard chokes.
They also have the exact same Mosfets. :wtf: If the chokes are the same height or lower then it should definitely fit.
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PP Mguire
Who wants to be a guinea pig? I might take the chance if/when I get a new board.
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#9
speedy_3014
PP Mguire said:
Who wants to be a guinea pig? I might take the chance if/when I get a new board.
Yeah, not sure. I'm also waiting for Broadwell-E so I won't be getting a board until then.
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PP Mguire
speedy_3014 said:
Yeah, not sure. I'm also waiting for Broadwell-E so I won't be getting a board until then.
Yea I was considering waiting for Skylake-E and catching the refresh boards hoping they might support Broadwell-E.
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speedy_3014
PP Mguire said:
Yea I was considering waiting for Skylake-E and catching the refresh boards hoping they might support Broadwell-E.
I hope they would, but most sources are saying it would change. :I
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PP Mguire
speedy_3014 said:
I hope they would, but most sources are saying it would change. :I
Yea was reading last night, new HEDT chipset meaning more than likely not 2011-3.
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