The Slovenian liquid cooling expert also said that it will make its liquid-cooled Fluid Gaming computers available in Europe and that it has upgraded the pumps of all its products to a new generation.
Slovenia’s gift for liquid cooling EK Water Blocks has held its own small EK Expo as part of CES 2022. At its launch event, the company presented this year’s main product, EK-Matrix7, as well as updated liquid cooling products for the slurry.
EKWB’s main product this year is the EK-Matrix7. This is the company’s first in-house computer case and a specially designed fluid distribution panel. EK has designed its latest products with standard hose connection points that allow them to be plug-in mentally integrated into the Matrix7 configuration. Matrix7 is part of the company’s ongoing effort to facilitate the transition to liquid cooling for a larger audience.
A new update to the EK-Quantum Vector, EK-Quantum Velocity and EK-Quantum Momentum series was released as a friend of the Matrix7. The company’s new Quantum Velocity2 The processor blocks have been completely redesigned, according to the company, and it utilizes the patent-pending EK-Exact Mount mounting system as well as the processor base-specific configuration. The processor block was also awarded an honorable mention at the CES Innovation Awards.
Quantum Vector2 Series Liquid Cooling Blocks are designed for graphics cards and their Direct Link terminals allow the unit to be installed in series or in parallel in a liquid circuit. Quantum Momentum2 series is built from motherboard-specific monoblocks that cool not only the processor but also its power supply. At this point, EK promises a new generation of monoblocks for Asus’ ROG Strix X570-I Gaming, ROG Crosshair VIII Extreme and ROG Maximus Z690 Hero motherboards, but the coverage will grow in the future.
Europeans are also promised a new treat on the prepackage front, as EK expands the availability of Fluid Gaming computers to the old continent. The new Battle assemblies will be built into the Lian Lin O11D Mini enclosure and will make extensive use of the company’s liquid-cooling offering. The company offers a separate configuration service, from which everyone can order a ready-made package tailored to their own needs.
In addition, the company announced that it will upgrade all its product lines with the new generation D5 and DCC pumps. EK uses Xylem’s PWM-controlled D5 pumps, and the new EK-Loop D5 G3 is now black throughout and with a SATA power connector instead of Molex. The PWM controller for the pump has also been updated. The EK-Loop DDC 4.2 has also received black cables, a SATA power connector and a new 32-bit communication bus, which is promised to make the pump’s PWM control more accurate than before.
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