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Phanteks Announces Glacier D140 Distributor and Glacier R-series Reservoirs

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Phanteks today announced the new additions to the Glacier Series, the D140 distribution plate, R220C and R160C reservoirs. The Glacier line offers a premium and easy building experience for any type of users. The Glacier D140 is a universal distribution plate that has been designed to perfectly fit in an ATX chassis with a rear 140 mm fan position. Whether you are building your first loop or you are a watercooling enthusiast, the universal distribution plate simplifies your routing to create stunningly streamlined builds. The plate features integrated Digital-RGB lighting and air vents to allow for airflow across the motherboard's critical components.




Glacier R160C & R220C
Glacier R160C and R220C, a reservoir solution with DDC pump mount for you watercooling needs. The redesigned R160C and R220C features a transparent backplate that creates a spacious look while delivering an immersive lighting experience for your build. The R160C and R220C have a unique inner routing design to help minimize air bubbles. The reservoirs come included with an easy to mount bracket that fits directly on a 120/140mm fan or radiator.

GLACIER WATERCOOLING PRODUCTS PRICING:
  • Glacier D140 Distribution Plate: $99.99
  • Glacier R220C Reservoir: $99.99
  • Glacier R160C Reservoir: $79.99
Available By The End of July 2019.

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The distribution plate is an interesting option for those that don't need a rear exhaust fan. The two reservoirs look exactly like the old versions except with a clear back rather than a metal piece.
 
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My LianLi Dynamic case doesn't have a back fan option anyway. This would be great.
 

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My LianLi Dynamic case doesn't have a back fan option anyway. This would be great.
Check out some pictures on google. This thing is damn near specifically made for that case. They actually have 2 versions im pretty sure and they both go perfect in that case.
 
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So ist just a thing for a show, not really for functional properties.
 
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I don't get it. Other than purely for show on the (no pun intended) trade show to wow the crowd of layman/geeks I really can't see the point of distribution plates.

Normal tubing (flex/rigid) is far more practical in any respect. Cleaning distribution plates is absurdly time consuming, especially really complicated, giant ones, like that Core P5 from Thermalfake shown this year. Unscrewing multitude of tiny screws every year or two, cleaning acryl. Furthermore any PMMA kind of material cracks around threads in 2-3 years always at least some micro crack(s).

On top of that. Making triple sure that seal orig is where it should be when closing everything down. Everybody who took VGA block apart know how annoyingly uncooperative origns can be when putting everything back again and now magnify the scale 5, 10, 15-fold. And if you have multi-chamber plate with many orings... oh well have fun! :p Not for me.
 

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So ist just a thing for a show, not really for functional properties.
As is water cooling these days anyways. Theres no need for it, but sure and shit looks good.
 
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