EK release three new Gaming series water cooling kits

EK release three new Gaming series water cooling kits

EK release three new Gaming series water cooling kits

 
Water cooling novices need to start somewhere, be it with pre-filled kits or AIO liquid coolers. Many of us enjoy turning our PCs into a project, where we desire to learn more about system building and learn to build something that is a little more complex than before.  

  
Water cooling is not the faint of heart, requiring additional time and effort to source the correct components and assemble them with the patients and finesse needed to create and aesthetically pleasing loop, though the creation of EK’s new Gaming series of water cooling kits have made this a little easier than before. 

EK’s new Gaming series of water cooling kits will deliver end users with everything that they need to create their own water cooling loop, coming with support for all major CPU sockets including AMD AM4 and radiators that will be able to fit into most modern case/chassis designs. 

The only real requirements for these new water cooling kits is for users to have a case with dual 5.25-inch drive bays, where the kit’s pump/reservoir combo will be placed and enough space to mount your radiator size of choice. Users will be given the option to choose 240mm, 280mm and 360mm radiator sized, which will make this kit suitable for almost any water cooling-ready chassis, provided that you have space for the kit’s pump/reservoir. 

  

EK release three new Gaming series water cooling kits

 
All of these kits will come with EK Vardar series fans are designed to deliver high levels of static pressure for use with water cooling radiators. These fans were developed by EK to offer the best performance with their own radiator designs, coming with full PWM fan control. 

  

EK release three new Gaming series water cooling kits

 

These new kits are now available from the EK web store, with availability coming to partnered retailers being expected soon. 

  

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