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Alphacool Announces NexXxos HPE ST-20mm Slim Radiator

Alphacool's NexXxoS HPE radiator is now also available as ST20 variant. The compact slim radiator can be mounted very flexibly and space-saving even in the tightest cases due to its low height of only 20 mm.

Technically and functionally, the NexXxos HPE ST20 is comparable to the HPE-30 and HPE-45 versions. All water-bearing parts and the cooling fins are still made of pure copper. The number of water channels and copper fins inside the radiator has been increased with the result that a larger volume of water is now in direct contact with the cooling fins and the cooling surface is used much more efficiently. Thanks to the technical innovations, the heat transfer has been improved enormously compared to the previous NexXxos models and the cooling performance has been increased significantly.

Watercool Presents New NF-A20 Fan in Cooperation With Noctua

In cooperation with Noctua, we at WATERCOOL proudly present the ideal fan for our "MORA3 420 for Noctua". The new Noctua NF-A20 HS-PWM offers a 40 percent higher flow rate as well as 90 percent more static pressure than the Noctua NF-A20 With Noctua's proven SSO2 premium bearing, more than 150,000 hours MTTF and 6-year manufacturer's warranty, the NF-A20 HS-PWM is the perfect choice for users who want to get the absolute maximum out of their MORA3!

"Our NF-A20 has always been very popular among MO-RA3 users, but with 800 RPM and a maximum of 18 dB(A), it is clearly tailored to silent enthusiasts," says Roland Mossig (Noctua CEO) "Therefore, we are even more pleased to now be able to offer the faster-spinning HS-PWM model in cooperation with Watercool, which can significantly increases the cooling performance of radiators!"

Alphacool Launches NexXxoS HPE-30 and NexXxoS HPE-45 Copper Radiators

For more than a decade, Alphacool's NexXxoS Full Copper radiator series has been one of the most powerful radiators on the market. With their incomparable performance, the radiators can easily dissipate even extremely high waste heat and have become indispensable in many areas of the cooling industry. Nevertheless, with the NexXxos HPE generation, it's time for the next evolutionary step!

What does HPE mean? Alphacool's NexXxos HPE radiators use the same materials as previous NexXxos models, but take it a step further technically. The number of water channels and copper fins inside the radiator has been increased. This means that a larger volume of water is in direct contact with the cooling fins and the heat transfer is improved enormously. The higher number of fin rows and their shortening also makes much more efficient use of the cooling surface. Comparison tests with the conventional NexXxos radiator have shown that a significant performance increase of 4.5K is possible when using the HPE radiator. At higher ambient temperatures and higher fan speeds, the performance gap with the regular NexXxoS radiators even progressively increases, reaching a possible performance increase of up to 6K. Such a performance leap has never been seen in the past.

Alphacool Eisbaer LT Aurora AIO Now Available with NexXxoS HPE 360 Radiator

Alphacool's CPU All-in-One solutions Eisbaer Aurora and Eisbaer LT Aurora are now available with the new NexXxoS HPE (High Performance Edition) 360mm radiator. What does HPE mean? The NexXxos HPE-30 radiator uses the same materials as the previous NexXxos models, but technically goes a step further. Due to the condensed internal construction, the number of water channels and copper fins could be increased. This means that a larger volume of water is in direct contact with the cooling fins and the heat transfer is enormously improved.

Due to the higher number of fin rows and their shortening, the cooling surface is also used much more efficiently. Comparison tests (test setup: ASUS Prime X299/Intel i9-10900X with 350 W waste heat) with the conventional NexXxos radiator have shown that a significant performance increase of 4.5K is possible when using the HPE radiator. At higher ambient temperatures and higher fan speeds, the performance gap to the normal NexXxoS radiators even increases progressively and reaches a possible performance increase of up to 6K. There has never been such a leap in performance in the past!

Thermaltake Launches TOUGHFAN RGB & Riing Trio Radiator Fans

Thermaltake, today launched the new TOUGHFAN RGB 12/14 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan and the Riing Trio 12 RGB Transform Radiator Fan at the 2022 Thermaltake Expo January Virtual Exhibition to offer more fan options to RGB fan lovers. All TOUGHFAN enthusiasts, we've heard your voice! The TOUGHFAN series has received numerous accounts of positive feedback, with the opinion that it will be even more amazing if this powerful fan can also shine and illuminate in PC builds. Hence, the TOUGHFAN RGB series was designed. It's the first RGB fan in the TOUGHFAN series, packed with 24 addressable LEDs around the fan frame, and is controlled by our TT RGB PLUS 2.0 Software and NeonMaker Light Editing Software.

Thanks to its special design, the TOUGHFAN RGB series now shines without compromising cooling performance. The TOUGHFAN RGB series is the best selection for those who are looking for an RGB cooling fan with the same cooling efficiency and stability as our non-RGB TOUGHFAN fans!

Alphacool Announces NexXxoS HPE-45 & HPE-60 X-Flow Full Copper Radiators

Alphacool today presents the HPE-45 and HPE-60 X-Flow, the new generation of high-performance radiators from Alphacool's proven NexXxoS full copper radiator series. What is new? With the HPE series, Alphacool increases the number of cooling channels within the radiator. This change gives a significant increase in cooling performance without increasing the restriction in the radiator. Another performance-enhancing feature of Alphacool's HPE series is the high fin density. With a fin spacing of 15 or 16 FPI, it enables an optimal flow of air. If the radiator is equipped with 80 mm fans on both sides in push/pull mode, a significant reduction in water temperature is demonstrably possible compared to standard radiators.

The NexXxoS HPE-60 all-copper radiators also feature Alphacool's proven X-Flow technology. This means that the Inlets and outlets are located on the opposite sides and thus enable an easy realisation of a water circuit within a server rack. The 60 mm thick radiators can be equipped with three or four 80 mm fans per radiator side.

Alphacool Intros NexXxoS XT45 and UT60 and the ST25 92mm Full Copper radiators

With the NexXxoS XT45/UT60 Dual-Flow and the NexXxoS ST25 radiators, Alphacool is once again expanding its range of high-performance all-copper radiators. The NexXxoS XT45/UT60 360 mm Dual-Flow radiators have been specially developed for use in servers. A new feature is that the dual-flow radiator based on Alphacool's X-Flow technology is split in the middle and this consists of two smaller X-Flow radiators. Due to the limited space in servers, the use of multiple radiators is often not possible. With dual-flow radiators from Alphacool, tubing can be routed easily and, depending on the scenario, it is even possible to create two separate water loops.

CORSAIR Launches Hydro X Series XD7 RGB Pump/Reservoir Distribution Plate

CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast components for gamers, creators, and PC builders, today announced the launch of a stunning new entry in the Hydro X Series: the CORSAIR Hydro X Series XD7 RGB Pump/Reservoir Combo. This unique universal 360mm distribution plate system drives your custom cooling loop with powerful coolant flow, while offering advanced loop options, a unique aesthetic that cleverly mimics the look of CORSAIR case fans, and 36 individually addressable RGB LEDs. Available in both black and white, the XD7 RGB unlocks a wealth of new cooling configurations that puts it at the heart of your custom cooling loop.

The XD7 RGB's unique distribution plate and pump system expands the possibilities of Hydro X Series custom cooling configurations. The acrylic distribution plate links to all components of your loop, powered by an integrated Xylem D5 pump. Its triple ring-shaped coolant channel design brilliantly displays your coolant through a transparent 140ml reservoir, illuminated by 36 individually addressable RGB LEDs when paired with a CORSAIR iCUE Controller (sold separately). Three pairs of strategically placed, nylon-reinforced inlet and outlet ports offer easy access for connecting a CPU water block, GPU water block, radiators, and more in a seamless high-performance cooling loop, with additional fill, drain, and temperature sensor ports for easy coolant management.

Strictly Quantum: EK Shows New Velocity2 CPU Blocks, Lignum GPU Block, Real Gold Fittings and More!

EK Water Blocks, or simply EK as the company refers to itself now, had a decent showing at the virtual Computex 2021 event including new AIO CPU coolers, additions to its Fluid Gaming and Fluid Works portfolio, and more water blocks based on current designs and supporting newer hardware, including one we reported on just a few hours ago. These all interested me, but then there was a nearly two hour private conversation followed by a live stream that ended minutes ago which shed more light on future updates and products in its mainstream Quantum DIY liquid cooling lineup.

There were renders of the upcoming Velocity² CPU blocks shared before, but seeing them actually manufactured is a whole other thing. Velocity² is the update to EK's popular Velocity CPU blocks, with a complete redesign that evokes more comparisons to monoblocks than other CPU blocks. Taking cues from the flagship EK-Quantum Magnitude, you will see different cooling engines to better cool different CPU sockets. There is also a concealed aesthetic theme here, especially for the acetal top version where you can't see any screws in use, thanks to a patent-pending mounting mechanism from the back- again taking cues from monoblocks. EK says the new system uses "pre-tensioned springs concealed in the water block top, so with just a few turns on the thumb-nuts, the installation is finished". We look forward to checking these out in person when they release in the Sept 2021 timeframe. Read past the break for more from EK!

Watercool Presents its New HEATKILLER RAD Series Radiators

With the new HEATKILLER RAD series, the German manufacturer Watercool is expanding its product range with high-quality mesh radiators. The new radiators are available in two different strengths, with the Small (S) RADs at a thickness of 30 mm and the Large (L) RADs at a thickness of 48 mm. In cooperation with a well-known manufacturer from Asia, the watercooling experts have succeeded in creating a high-performance mesh radiator with a unique look. Thereby, the cooling cores are manufactured strictly according to Watercool's specifications, while the radiator housing is produced locally in Waren. This means that the finishing and quality control are performed in Germany directly by the manufacturer.

The goal of the development was to produce competitive radiators with a wide performance range. Accordingly, the HEATKILLER RAD performs very well even with slowly rotating fans, and scales very well with increasing speed. Only high quality raw materials are used as basis for the HEATKILLER RAD. The antechamber is made of brass while the cooling fins as well as the water channels are made of copper. The side panels are laser-cut from 1 mm thick steel plates or stainless steel and subsequently brushed or powder-coated in black or white, depending on the finish.

Alphacool Introduces Four New Extremely Large Radiators

Alphacool introduces four new extremely large radiators. The first two radiators are for 180 or 200 mm fans and are a thickness of 86 mm. The 200 and 400 mm NexXxoS Monsta radiators offer a huge cooling surface. Both radiators have 7x standard G1/4" ports. 6 of the ports are for inlet/outlet and the 7th port is located at the end chamber and can only be used for filling, draining, or bleeding the radiator. The fin density has been reduced from 16 to 12 FPI to allow the use of lower static pressure fans and lower RPMs.

The new Nova 1080 UT60 radiator is a thicker version of the Nova 1080 XT45 radiator. The enormous cooling surface is comparable to three 360 mm UT60 radiators. This makes it easy to cool more than 1000 W of excess heat with extremely quiet to silent spinning fans. This is equivalent to a 64 core AMD Threadripper of the latest generation and at least two GeForce RTX 3090 graphics cards.

Thermaltake Unveils TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is excited to announce that the new TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan is available for purchase. The TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo is a PWM controlled fan that now performs at a maximum speed of 2500 RPM. These high-quality, great performance fans are made with our 2nd generation hydraulic bearing and metal reinforced hub, which are optimized for high static pressure while maintaining minimal noise levels. The liquid crystal polymer (LCP) fan blades are extremely tensile in strength; their low thermal expansion coefficient can reduce the fan's vibration when running at full speed. If you think you need some extra boost from the Thermaltake's TOUGHFAN series products, don't hesitate to try out the TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan.

G.SKILL Announces High-Performance ENKI Series AIO Liquid Coolers

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is excited to introduce a new product line of all-in-one CPU liquid coolers, the ENKI series AIO. Named after the ancient Sumerian god of water, the ENKI series AIO is a custom-designed AIO CPU cooler that focuses on high cooling performance by eliminating heat-transfer bottlenecks and engineered to efficiently extract heat from the CPU, through specially-selected low thermal resistance thermal paste, across the custom-tuned convex copper cold plate, and into the high-density radiator via widened, low-evaporation coolant tubing. Available in 360 mm, 280 mm, and 240 mm radiator sizes, each ENKI series AIO includes 9-blade hydro-bearing cooling fans, ARGB lighting, and easy-to-install mounting bracket kits.

Antec Releases Dark League Chassis DP502 FLUX

Antec Inc., a leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, announces a new mid-tower case of the brand-new F-LUX platform, the DP502 FLUX. Offering an industry-leading design of advanced ventilation, the second model of this series is taking the thermal performance of the Antec Dark Series to a new level. The DP502 FLUX will soon reach store shelves and online retail outlets in US with a competitive MSRP of $69.99 USD.

The DP502 FLUX features a swing-open small front panel with eye-catching hair-line surface. The electroplating-processed LED on the top left-hand side presents a Sci-Fi vibe. Measuring in at 463 mm x 220 mm x 486 mm (D x W x H), the DP502 FLUX offers an abundance of features that come with Antec's original F-LUX platform. F-LUX Platform adopts the design of a powerful ventilation system via the lower right-side panel which pulls cool air into the case through the lower PSU shroud and then up into the main interior. The case comes ready-equipped with three 120 mm ARGB fans in the front, one 120 mm fan in the rear and one 120 mm reverse fan on top of the PSU chamber to pull cool air into case through the ventilation at the right-side panel and at the bottom, offering a higher level of GPU cooling performance. Altogether the chassis offers space for nine fans. Moreover, the DP502 FLUX features seven reusable PCI-E Slots. The 4 mm tempered glass side panel features a tool-free thumbscrew design at the rear, which gives quick access to the interior and enhances the solidity. With 34.5 mm in the front and 26.5 mm in the rear, the case offers sufficient space for cable management.

CORSAIR Adds 3rd Screw to Hydro X GPU Blocks, Introduces More White Components

We first noticed a silent update to CORSAIR's Hydro X GPU blocks with the upcoming RTX 30-series block, with a third screw and a new I/O terminal added to reflect the design of their Dominator Platinum RGB memory sticks. The third screw is no doubt to help quench any concerns over potential leaks of coolant with the older design, which a few people noted was a possibility when under duress, as opposed to a typical use case necessarily. As it turns out, dealing with any bad PR was worth even retroactively making the change with the older RTX 20-series block too, which we now see on their website and is pictured below.

In addition, the company has been adding white color options of their more popular components for people to use as a change from the typical black. Following the Hydro X theme here, we see the company is now selling white Hydro XR5 radiators with a matte white polyurethane coating over the Hardware Labs Black Ice Nemesis LS radiators they are based off. The larger XR7 radiators will not get the same treatment unfortunately, given they are not as popular clearly as the thinner XR5, although you can now also get both pump/reservoir units in white too. Their cooling configurator has been updated with the white parts as well.

Alphacool Introduces New NexXxoS ST25 Ultrathin Radiators

Alphacool today joins EKWB and XSPC (and Dazmode, before) in launching ultra thin sub-30 mm thick radiators for PC watercooling. Labeled the NexXxoS ST25, these are 25.5 mm thick and are the same radiators as those used in their Eisbaer LT CPU AIO coolers. These radiators are compatible with copper/brass/nickel loops, with copper fins and coolant channels, a steel housing, and brass threads on the two BSP G1/4" ports aboard the radiator. The core uses 15 FPI fins, which we speculate are the same fin geometry as with their other NexXxoS radiators with a louvered surface and ~25-30 µm in thickness. The NexXxoS ST25 is only available in 120 mm sizes for now, with prices ranging from 31.99€ for the ST25 120, to 39.47€ for the ST25 240, and 58.49€ for the ST25 360, with all prices inclusive of VAT.

DeepCool Intros Gamer Storm TF-120S and TF-140S Fans for Radiators

DeepCool today introduced the Gamer Storm TF-120S and TF-140S fan sets optimized for liquid-cooling applications owing to high static pressure, and a frame-design that's better suited for mounting along radiators. These fans are an evolution of the TF-series fans DeepCool debuted in 2015. The TF-120S is a 120 mm fan that comes in pack of four fans; while the TF-140S is a 140 mm fan, shipping in packs of three. Both SKUs include 4-port PWM fan hubs so a single PWM signal can power all fans in the set.

Much like the original TF-series from 2015, the TF-120S and TF-140S feature "double layer fan blade" design, which when combined with the "wasp waist" fan frame design work to increase air-flow and static pressure. The TF-120S spins between 500 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 64.4 CFM of air, with a pressure of 2.33 mm H₂O, and up to 32.1 dBA noise output at max speed; while the TF-140S does 400 to 1,600 RPM, pushing 97.03 CFM of air-flow, with 2.00 mm H₂O pressure, and up to 39.8 dBA noise output at max speed. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Alphacool Debuts NexXxos ST30 Full Copper Radiators and Eisbaer Extension Kits

Alphacool today announced three new NexXxos ST30 series full-copper pre-filled AIO radiators, and two Eisbaer TPV Extension Kits. Expand your Alphacool CPU or GPU AIO with the prefilled Alphacool radiators. Connect the quick release fasteners with the corresponding AIO and enjoy higher cooling performance. It is that simple.

The Alphacool Eisbaer TPV Extension Set offers the easiest way to connect the expandable AIO systems from Alphacool with other components. The Extension Set is compatible with all Alphacool AIO systems for processors and graphics cards. The 12.7/7.6 mm TPV hose is 30 cm long and has a straight Alphacool TPV connection with G¼" thread at one end. At the other end there is a quick-release coupling with a male or female connection. The safety quick-release fasteners use a twist lock. This means that unintentional opening of the quick release fastener is almost impossible.

Alphacool Unveils Five New NexXxoS Series Large-format Copper Radiators

Alphacool today unveiled five new NexXxoS series DIY liquid cooling radiators. These include the XT45 Full Copper 1260 mm SuperNova, XT45 Full Copper 1080 mm Nova, XT45 Full Copper 200 mm, XT45 Full Copper 400 mm, and ST30 Full Copper 560 mm radiator V.2 The XT45 Full Copper 1260 mm SuperNova Radiator has 400 x 400 x 45 mm of pure cooling surface for nine 140 mm or four 200 mm fans. No other Alphacool radiator offers as much surface area in a single product. Priced at 139.96€. Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 1080 mm Nova offers 350 x 350 x 45 mm of pure cooling surface for nine 140 mm or four 200 mm fans. Only one other Alphacool Radiator offers more cooling surface in one unit. The Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 1260 SuperNova Radiator. Priced 99.95€.

As usual, Alphacool also uses pure copper for the NexXxoS 200 mm XT45 Radiator. The end chambers, water channels and cooling fins are all made of copper and are a unique selling point worldwide. As a result, Alphacool radiators have been among the most popular and best on the market for many years, providing the perfect foundation for every water cooling system. Priced at 59.95€.

Asetek Unveils Rad Card Industry's First Slot-In PCIe Radiator Card

Asetek, the creator of the all-in-one (AIO) liquid cooler and the global leader in liquid cooling solutions for gaming PCs and DIY enthusiasts, today announced its Rad Card GPU Cooler, bringing liquid cooled GPUs to space constrained PC cases. Asetek's Rad Card GPU Cooler, the industry's first slot-in PCIe radiator card, is first available in Dell-Alienware's newly introduced Alienware Aurora R11 PC.

Space concerns are a real issue for PC manufacturers, leaving GPU air cooling as the only option, until now. Asetek took this challenge head-on, innovating a new approach to radiator technology that reimagines the shape and location of the radiator. The Asetek Rad Card GPU Cooler fits into your motherboard's PCIe slot, just like any other add-in card. By utilizing PCIe slots, Asetek has defined a way to overcome PC manufacturers' dilemma of finding additional space inside the case for a liquid cooled GPU heat exchanger (HEx).

Update May 18th: This card may not be limited to just OEMs with Asetek tweeting "Not all of them made it to Alienware. Not what to do with these...". Asetek is very open about seeking feedback and is watching demand for this product from consumers, possibly even getting ready for a giveaway so it will be exciting to see what comes from this.

Thermalright Intros TY-121BP FDB Low Impedance Fans

Thermalright introduced the TY-121BP FDB, a 120 mm case fan optimized for circulation applications. Built in a standard 25 mm-thick 120 mm format with rubberized frame mounts. The package includes rubber bolts in addition to metal screws. The fan features a long life (>40,000-hours rated) fluid-dynamic bearing. Taking in 4-pin (PWM) input, it spins between 600 - 1,800 RPM pushing 25.76 CFM of air at its lowest speed, and 77.28 CFM at top speed, with up to 2.70 mm H2O air-pressure. The noise output proportionately ranges between 19 to 25 dBA. The fan is currently selling in single-piece packages priced at $20, multi-fan packs are also in the works.

Thermaltake Releases to Market TH120 and TH240 Liquid Coolers

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is excited to introduce a new all-in-one liquid cooler, the Thermaltake TH120/TH240 ARGB AIO. This high-quality AIO features stunning ARGB fans set at an affordable price point, giving consumers more value for their money. The glossy surface of the copper base plate guarantees high performance and impressive heat extraction.

The top-quality pump, hidden in the glowing ARGB water block, ensures excellent coolant circulation that would keep the copper plate always cool. The large surface radiator combined with the radiator fans dispatches heat in a highly efficient way. On the high-static pressure designed radiator fans are the 16.8 million color LEDs that are ready to sync with 5 V RGB capable motherboards from ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, and ASRock, allowing users to show off their creativity. Users can also control the lighting effects of the fans through the Smart Fan Controllers that are attached to the TH120/TH240 ARGB AIO. Looking for an easy and cost-effective all-in-one solution to cool down the CPU? The TH120 and TH240 ARGB.
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Thermaltake Unveils Pacific CL360 Max D5 Hard Tube Water Cooling Kit

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear and Enthusiast Memory solutions, announces that the premium water cooling kit - Pacific CL360 Max D5 Hard Tube Water Cooling Kit is now available on the market. The Pacific CL360 Max D5 Hard Tube Water Cooling Kit features a premium-quality combo kit which is ready to be controlled by the TT RGB PLUS software; it also supports the Razer Chroma and Amazon Alexa Voice Service.

The Pacific CL360 Max D5 Hard Tube Water Cooling Kit includes the Riing Duo 12 RGB Radiator Fans, a Pacific W5 RGB CPU Water Block, Pacific PR22-D5 Plus Pump/Reservoir Combo, Pacific CL360 Plus RGB Radiator, a bottle of T1000 Coolant Pure Clear, eight C-Pro G14 PETG 16 mm OD Compressions, eight V-Tubler PETG Tubes and other accessories. Every component in the Pacific CL360 Max D5 Water Cooling Kit is carefully selected by the Thermaltake PC DIY experts. The kit takes away the hassle of researching and selecting the many complex cooling components, and provides an easy cooling solution for beginners stepping into the PC DIY liquid cooling field. The Pacific CL360 Max D5 Water Cooling Kit is the one stop for enthusiast's looking to build a powerful and high-tech liquid cooling system.

Raijintek at Computex 2019: EOS, NYX, SAMOS All-in-one Liquid Coolers, RGB Radiators, and Pump

During our visit with Raijintek at Computex 2019, it was apparent the company had gone all in when it comes to ARGB lighting. The first liquid cooler on display was the EOS I 240 RBW. Offering ARGB rainbow lighting, this AIO utilized a 240mm high-density radiator with 12 channels along with a full copper water block with 0.15mm micro channels. Pushing the coolant through the system is a pump that has a max rated pressure head of 1.5M and a max flow rate of 80 L/H. Multiple mounting kits are available for modern sockets.

Meanwhile, the EOS II 240 RBW was also on display. It has all the same features as the EOS I but sports a different block design. Where the CPU and pump block on the EOS I looks a bit like a cyclone in regards to its design and lighting elements. The EOS II has a boxy design with grooves and ARGB LED lighting for that extra bit visual stimulus.

EK-Classic - Less Talk, More Cooling!

EK Water Blocks, the leading premium liquid cooling gear manufacturer, announces the expansion and global availability of newly released Classic Product Lineup. The Classic Lineup is directly addressing price-conscious users while reusing some of the key technological solutions that set the EK as the market leader in the PC liquid cooling industry. The packaging, just as the products themselves are streamlined and simplified, making Classic Line Products the pure essence of liquid cooling. And now, it's available for everyone.

The portfolio is now bearing all the relevant parts that a user needs to complete his liquid cooling loop. The existing combo unit, CPU block and GPU block are now joined with Classic Line radiators, fittings and even a GPU block for the ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card. The Classic Lineup is implementing EK's market-proven technologies that ensure high-quality and high-performance liquid cooling products at a more accessible price. Available at about 3/4 of the price of leading EK Quantum series products, our products can now reach more liquid cooling enthusiasts that desire efficient cooling with EK's guaranteed quality and excellent customer support.
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