Anyone know if the hybrid cooler can be removed?
I already havre a custom water-cooled build and I want to buy an EKWB water-block and swap in this card for my old ones.
I assume it can be removed just as easily as a fan cooler would but, want to be sure before purchasing.
EK, a once heralded name in the enthusiast water cool world, has come under a lot of fire in the recent years for shoddy build quality, and even we have put the spotlight on some of its underperforming and overpriced cooling components. To its credit, it did apologize for that product, and gave...
I currently have 2 EVGA Gtx 670 gpus running in SLI which are watercooled using EK Waterblocks (I built the rig 6 years ago).
When I got around to cooling my cards only 2-3 years ago, it was hard to find blocks for the 670s because the 900 series cards were most current. Due to the fact that...
It looks like Corsair is getting ready to jump into the custom water cooling market all the way. They've hired the former CEO and CTO of EKWB as VP/ BU Business Manager and Director of Engineering respectively. Corsair already has a respectable AIO business, but it sure is going to be nice to...
A while ago I installed an EKWB kit from Microcenter, it has been great. The 1080ti I have is an EVGA FTW3, the air cooling works very well on it, but can be a bit loud and isn't nearly as cool as running a watercooled card so I bought a block for it.
Keep in mind a few things before reading...
This WC build will be for my 7800x. Wish me luck :)
Case *TBD* but the cases top on my list will support the below build.
EK-COOLSTREAM XE 360 (TRIPLE)
$99.99 1 $99.99
MODMYTOYS RED CARBON FIBER ENHANCED COMPRESSION FITTINGS, 3/8" X 1/2" SIX PACK - CHROME
$35.95 1 $35.95
KOOLANCE QD3 QUICK...
So I just finished this mITX build in the NCASE M1. I'm very satisfied with the results and the PC works great. The idea sprung from seeing Bluehandstech's M1 build, I instantly knew I had to get this case and watercool it. I decided early on that I was to use hardline tubing only, and with...
I am trying to figure out which would be most appropriate, given a goal of medium-low noise for medium-strong performance. My loop consists of:
1x Bitspower ASRIX99 Monoblock for the ASRock X99E-ITX/ac
1x EK Full-cover GPU Block (for the 1080 when it comes out)
2x Black Ice Nemesis 280 GTS...
EK releases monoblock for ASUS® SABERTOOTH Z170 S motherboard. Figured this would appeal to someone. If old I apologize; saw the announcement on Twitter.
EK releases monoblock for ASUS® SABERTOOTH Z170 S motherboard! - ekwb.com
EK-FB ASUS Z170S Monoblock – Nickel 119.95€