Friday, April 26th 2019

Bitspower Launches New CPU Block- Summit MS OLED- For Intel Platform

Bitspower, a leading supplier of water-cooling equipment for performance computers, has announced the release of their latest Intel CPU block, the Bitspower Touchaqua CPU Block Summit MS OLED for Intel Platform. This product combines the best of both performance and aesthetics to give you an ideal cooling solution for LGA 115x and LGA 2066 socket CPUs. In addition to a CNC-machined block top made of hardwearing acrylic and base made of high-quality copper, the block features a digital thermal sensor and a bright OLED display so you can monitor your water-cooling loop temperature in real time, as well as dazzling DRGB lighting.

The block incorporates a single piece of wiring that runs power to both the DRGB lighting, as well as the temperature gauge - ensuring that you can keep the design of your build as clean as possible. Furthermore, the water block's RGB LED Strip has been certified by ASUS AURA Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASRock Polychrome and Razer Chroma-so it's highly compatible with a range of setups. Bitspower Touchaqua range offers the same quality as Bitspower's regular product lines, but features a range of unique functions and designs.
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8 Comments on Bitspower Launches New CPU Block- Summit MS OLED- For Intel Platform

#1
dj-electric
EK : lets make another overpriced cpu block
BP: makes a useful screen on theirs
EK:
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#2
Safoda
Surprised Waterblock o_O
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#3
tigger
I'm the only one
It's fugly
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#4
bogami
It looks nice and for those who will use it is full of accessories. Allows mouding with a lid. Under such a large upper part, a very small cooling element of the copper is hidden (as with all). and the price is stinking. Is there a mosfet and a ram a cooling pair? I asked myself . It's really so tempting .
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#5
Chaitanya
How times have changed, Chinese manufacturers were infamous for ripping off others now its others ripping off chinese designs(Byski).
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#7
Abaidor
I don't know maybe it is me but I dislike the design aesthetics of any BP waterblocks....this is ugly.

BTW - all my fittings are Bitspower, I have a ton of them. Besides these the only other thing I would buy from them is their overpriced D5 pump covers...lol.
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tigger
I'm the only one
Abaidor, post: 4038427, member: 186521"
I don't know maybe it is me but I dislike the design aesthetics of any BP waterblocks....this is ugly.

BTW - all my fittings are Bitspower, I have a ton of them. Besides these the only other thing I would buy from them is their overpriced D5 pump covers...lol.
That's some radiator you're using.
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