Monday, October 9th 2017

EK Releases CoolStream Slim 140mm and 280mm Radiators

EK Water Blocks, the market leader in high-end liquid cooling for PC products, is releasing two new slim radiators. EK-CoolStream SE 140 and EK-CoolStream SE 280 will fill the gap in our radiator lineup where high-performance and high-compatibility slim radiators are needed. With case manufacturers putting more and more emphasis on the 140mm fan form factor, these new CoolStream SE radiators will surely set an example in their category.

While most radiators on the market overhang on the side, and are actually bigger than the fans they use, these two new radiators are champions of compatibility in their class. Measuring exactly 140mm in width (the same as the classic 140mm fan) and being only 28mm thick, they will surely fit where some other radiators can't.
The new radiators follow the existing EK-CoolStream design and appearance. The square housing is evenly coated with black matte paint, and the fins themselves feature a super thin layer of black coating for a totally non-intrusive clean look.

Both EK-CoolStream SE 140 and EK-CoolStream SE 280 use a 22 FPI design, which in combination with the slim construction of the radiator provide punching performance at low fan speeds.

Technical details:
  • Copper fins
  • 90% copper tubing (H90)
  • Brass chambers
  • Aluminum/Steel housing
  • FPI: 22
  • Port threads: 2x G1/4"
  • Fan compatibility: any standard size 140x140x25mm fan
  • Fan mount thread type: UNC 6-32 thread tapping
EK-CoolStream SE 140 and EK-CoolStream SE 280 radiators are available for purchase through EK Webshop and Partner Reseller Network. In the table below you can see manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) with VAT included:
  • EK-CoolStream SE 140 - 49.95€
  • EK-CoolStream SE 280 - 69.95€
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4 Comments on EK Releases CoolStream Slim 140mm and 280mm Radiators

#1
Chaitanya
Saw the mail yesterday, finally EK has released a slim 140/280mm rad which means no more high pressure fans needed when using those sizes of rads.
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#2
RejZoR
Is all this combo of steel, brass, copper and aluminium a good idea?
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#3
bogami
Finally! Depending on the needs of the radiators, the EC is lagging behind in the offer . google compiler is dad.
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#4
gdallsk
RejZoR said:
Is all this combo of steel, brass, copper and aluminium a good idea?
Copper and brass can live along side each other just fine in the loop, aluminium - not so much, but in this case aluminium is just the housing, so it wont be part of the loop.
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