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EK Announce Predator AIO Watercooler

EK Announce Predator AIO Watercooler

EK Announce Predator AIO Watercooler

EK Announce Predator AIO Watercooler

 

EK have announced their first ever AIO Watercooler at Quakecon, meet the EK Predator. 

The EK Predator AIO will be amde using all EK parts, with cooling provided by a modified EK radiator which contains a integrated DDC pump and a set of EK's Varder series of fans. The CPU block which is included with this unit will be an EK-Supremacy MX block, which can be fitted to both AMD and Intel CPUs. 

Below are several pictures which have been taken of this Unit at Quakecon. 

  EK Announce Predator AIO Watercooler

 

As we can see from the pictured above the AIO will be expandable with the use of quick disconnects in the tubing. Reference design Nvidia and AMD GPU blocks will be sold pre-filled in order to add to this unit without the need for adding a reservoir to an EK Predator based system.

So far 240mm and 360mm versions of this AIO have been confirmed, but only the 360mm version will have quick disconnects so that a pre-filled GPU can be added to the loop. Thew AIO will use Industry standard  G 1/4" fittings, so these units can be disassembled and be used as part as a dedicated water cooling loop if required. 

Right now these until look like early prototypes, so expect these units to change visually before release. Pricing and the release date of this unit is yet to be announced. 

 

You can join the discussion on EK's Predator AIO on the OC3D Forums

 

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26-07-2015, 10:00:10

Chrazey
Well if this could've been just an AIO for the CPU, then that would've been epic. Almost no 360's on the market, I do understand why though... but still.Quote

26-07-2015, 11:28:52

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Well if this could've been just an AIO for the CPU, then that would've been epic. Almost no 360's on the market, I do understand why though... but still.
You can use it for CPU only it just has the option to disconnect and add in a GPU block Quote

26-07-2015, 11:30:00

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
You can use it for CPU only it just has the option to disconnect and add in a GPU block
Yah, understood that... but will look a bit odd with the disconnects on the loops though.Quote

26-07-2015, 11:31:44

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Yah, understood that... but will look a bit odd with the disconnects on the loops though.
That's why you replace the tubing

Modding my man, Modding is the way Quote

26-07-2015, 11:32:21

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
That's why you replace the tubing
That's why you don't buy it when you don't want that kind of an AIO. That's why Corsair's are better in that regard Quote
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