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EK announce their 10th Anniversary Supremacy Evo waterblock

EK announce their 10th Anniversary Supremacy Evo waterblock

EK announce their 10th Anniversary Supremacy Evo waterblock

EK announce their 10th Anniversary Supremacy Evo waterblock

 
EK has announced their 10th Anniversary Supremacy Evo water block, which comes with a limited edition gold plated remake of EK's flagship EK-Wave water block from 2006. This will give buyers the chance to see exactly how much water cooling has advanced over the last 10 years.


This new 10th-anniversary Supremacy Evo water block will be usable with Intel's LGA 115X series sockets and LGA 2011(-3) sockets and will ship this kit with a secret surprise which will only be revealed once these units ship to end users.   

Below is a statement from Edvard König, the founder of EK Water Blocks, thanking their users for their support over the last 10 years;

 

    From my humble beginnings and experiments with liquid cooling, we managed to establish EK as a top brand in the industry, with a wide portfolio of products and solutions for our global partners.

All this would not be possible without passion and enjoyment in the work we do every day. This 10th Anniversary Supremacy EVO is the result of our journey so far and thank you, the fans and enthusiasts, for sharing this journey with us.

 

EK announce their 10th Anniversary Supremacy Evo waterblock

 

EK will only be making 100 of these special edition water cooling kits, with each of the 100 Supremacy Evo water block coming with an engraving which tells users which of the 100 they bought.  I wonder who will get 007?

Right now EK has not revealed the pricing of this limited edition unit, though they have revealed that they will be released in EK's official webshop next week. 

 

You can join the discussion on EK's 10th Aniversary Supremacy Evo waterblock on the OC3D Forums

 

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29-12-2016, 00:57:05

NeverBackDown
Damn that actually looks pretty darn good. Would look odd with most systems but I'd sure give it a try if I could.Quote

29-12-2016, 03:24:42

crap-at-games
This looks very nice but i bet they will be expensive though.Quote
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