Friday, April 27th 2018

Bykski Announces Real-Time Temperature Monitoring Fittings for Watercooling

Bykski, professional manufacturer of computer watercooling solutions, is proud to announce the availability of its real-time temperature sensor monitor featuring HD LCD displays capable showcasing real-time information to the users. The Bykski B-TME-SE-AL and B-VGA-SC-AL both integrate into a watercooling loop and allows intuitive and easily-accessible monitoring of your water loop showing your current fluid temperature. This solution is intended to add both a functional yet visually striking piece to your loop that will surely impress anyone.

Bykski is a professional brand that aims to design, develop and deliver to its customers the most reliable and cost-effective watercooling components and solutions in the market right now. Its resolve in abiding by the slogan "Quality is our life, Time is our belief, Price is our competitive power" is what keeps Bykski surging forward and carving a name for itself in the international market. This is made possible by the customers that believes in them as well as the incredible technology and development team and management that drive Bykski onwards.
The Bykski B-TME-SE-AL and B-VGA-SC-AL sensors are made with high-grade aluminum machined to perfection. The aviation-grade aluminum used guarantees excellent quality as well as a stylish feel to the device. Both ends of the B-TME-SE-AL and B-VGA-SC-AL sensors have G1/4 threads so you can connect your own choice of fittings so you can easily integrate them on your build.

Bykski B-TME-SE-AL Thermometer HD LCD with Real-Time Temperature Detection Screen
The Bykski B-TME-SE-AL sensor is intended for use on your main loop tubing and features an OLED display that shows you real-time temperature information. The B-TME-SE-AL is available in black and grey colors with a smooth aluminum finish.

A thermistor in the intlet screw reads the liquid's current temperate upon passing through and displays it on the OLED screen. Users can use a curve display or progress bar to monitor liquid temperature as it passes through the thermistor. Users will be able to easily monitor liquid temperature in their loop so you know how your liquid cooling loop is doing in real time.

Bykski B-VGA-SC-AL Thermometer HD LCD with Real-Time Temperature Detection Screen
The B-VGA-SC-AL sensor is intended for use with VGA blocks and offer a great way to monitor directly your cooling liquid's temperature. It also adds a great look to your VGA giving them a more advanced feel.

A thermistor in the inlet screw reads the liquid's current temperate upon passing through and displays it on the OLED screen. Users can use a curve display or progress bar to monitor liquid temperature as it passes through the thermistor. Users will be able to easily monitor liquid temperature in their loop so you know how your liquid cooling loop is doing in real time.

Bykski's V-VGA-SC-AL is available in both black and grey colors. A combination of aluminum + acrylic makes it blend with almost any kind of VGA block aesthetic out right now.

All Bykski Thermometer Sensor come with 3-year warranty.
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10 Comments on Bykski Announces Real-Time Temperature Monitoring Fittings for Watercooling

#1
blobster21
What's next ? a mini windmill wheel for the sake of energy efficiency ? :fear:

PS: it has no rainbow color scheme and thus is useless
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#3
Ferrum Master
londiste, post: 3834312, member: 169790"
Aluminum?
Yeah, they are a hazzard in a normal loop. And should have been noted. It looks nickeled, but you will damage it as soon you will screw the thread in.

I confirmed with the Ali listing and their specs.

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#4
Zubasa
Ferrum Master, post: 3834320, member: 90058"
Yeah, they are a hazzard in a normal loop. And should have been noted. It looks nickeled, but you will damage it as soon you will screw the thread in.

I confirmed with the Ali listing and their specs.


Depends on how thick the Anodized layer is, if it is sufficiently thick, it should provide insulation to galvanic corrosion.
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#5
Kohl Baas
Zubasa, post: 3834358, member: 30988"
Depends on how thick the Anodized layers is, if it is sufficiently thick, it should provide insulation to galvanic corrosion.
And of course a big part is up to the fluid you use.
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#6
PcForge
haven't seen something like this on a gpu block before.
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#7
AnarchoPrimitiv
These are just as ugly and pointless as those flow indicators some people put in their loops
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#8
Duke456
This guy has them in his latest video

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#9
Arrakis9
All I want to know is will the vga sensor work on a standard full cover ek block
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#10
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
AnarchoPrimitiv, post: 3834418, member: 168101"
These are just as ugly and pointless as those flow indicators some people put in their loops
They are extremely pointless in a Washmachine, just another money waster when they cause a washer to stop suddenly with error code, reminds me of TPMS on cars
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