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EK Introduces New Xylem D5/DDC Powered Water Pump Units

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EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to introduce a new line of high performance Laing D5 and DDC powered water cooling pumps, which are completely manufactured and assembled in EU.

The core of the new line-up are the EK branded Laing (now Xylem) D5 Vario and DDC 3.25 / 3.2 PWM pump motors. EK now offers factory pre-installed performance enhanced DDC- and D5 water pumps with high performing EK-DDC- & EK-D5 X-TOP volutes, X-RES type pump / reservoir combo units as well as 5.25" single bay Dual DDC pump / reservoir combo units. EK pump tops (volutes) are recognized as market's top performing products - combined with top performing Laing D5 or DDC type motor they form the best computer water cooling pump on the market, bar none.





The following models are available at the moment:



As of August 5th EK also offers EK-BAY RES Dual DDC Serial without pre-installed water pumps as separate purchase for all existing owners of Laing DDC type series water pumps. Please note this product is compatible only with Laing DDC water pumps with not enclosure additional two-point mounting feet on it's enclosure.

More units including Dual D5 Vario X-TOP are to follow in the upcoming weeks. All products are readily available for purchase through EK Webshop and Partner Reseller Network.
 
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The 5.25" DCC Dual pump/res makes me want to build a whole new rig.
 

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I didn't know DDC's could be mounted upside down like that? It doesn't really seem like a good idea to me. I do like the tubular res/top.
 

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I didn't know DDC's could be mounted upside down like that? It doesn't really seem like a good idea to me. I do like the tubular res/top.
The powerful magnet keeps the rotor were it should be, on the ceramic ball. It is a nice setup. Isn't the pump/res thing what you was looking for a time ago Erocker.
 

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I could use a couple D5 reservoir tops.