Monday, March 23rd 2020

EK Waterblocks Releases EK-Quantum Distribution Plate for Popular Phanteks Cases

EK, the premium water cooling gear manufacturer is launching the EK-Quantum Reflection Evolv X D5 PWM D-RGB - a custom-designed water cooling reservoir, routing, and pump solution made to fit two Phanteks cases - the Phanteks Evolv X and Phanteks P600S. This distro plate is specifically designed to provide advanced water cooling with a market-leading D5 pump for users who demand premium aesthetics, silence, and powerful flow.

EK-Quantum Reflection Evolv X D5 PWM D-RGB offers an all-in-one solution that includes a D5 pump, reservoir, simple mounting mechanism, and multiple industry standard G1/4" threaded inlet and outlets. The placement of these inlets and outlets is aligned to match other EK cooling components and to minimize the number of bends the user has to make when creating the loop. The distro plate can support up to one CPU water block, four GPU blocks, and a top-mounted radiator.
This water distribution plate comes with a powerful and silent, PWM-controlled genuine D5 pump and built-in addressable D-RGB LED strip that runs down the entire length of the unit while anodized black aluminium cover hides the unwanted LED hotspots.
Availability and Pricing
EK-Quantum Reflection Evolv X D5 PWM D-RGB distribution plate is made in Slovenia, Europe and is available for order through EK Webshop or EK Partner Reseller Network for €259.99.
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5 Comments on EK Waterblocks Releases EK-Quantum Distribution Plate for Popular Phanteks Cases

#1
mouacyk
As great as this looks, what does it mean it terms of introducing many points of failure? Anybody has experience and want to share?
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Totally
mouacyk
As great as this looks, what does it mean it terms of introducing many points of failure? Anybody has experience and want to share?
Fittings and reservoirs are one of those things that either fail right away or don't at all. After initial assembly, there isn't much to worry about other than fans, pumps present, and maybe an over stressed piece of tubing(but that is user error).
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moproblems99
Raevenlord
The distro plate can support up to one CPU water block, four GPU blocks, and a top-mounted radiator.
Not sure 1 radiator is enough for four GPUs :laugh:
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#4
MxPhenom 216
ASIC Engineer
Please release one with PWM D5 for Lian Li PC-011 Dynamic
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#5
kapone32
I wonder how these would impact on system temps?
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