EK showcases a "Concept Case" at CES 2021

EK's entering the case market!

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EK showcases a "Concept Case" at CES 2021

At CES 2021, EK Water Blocks has revealed a concept case design designed for showcase-worthy liquid-cooled PC. The chassis is designed to accommodate full-sized PC motherboards, full ATX power supplies and a large liquid cooling radiator to ensure that the PC remains cool under load. 

EK has designed this concept case with modularity in mind, allowing users to add custom parts or alter their chassis in whatever way they see fit. EK has also designed this enclosure with a VESA mounting solution to make the case mountable on walls, monitor-style mounts and other custom solutions. 

Below, you can see this enclosure pictured with ASUS' Z590 Maximus XIII Extreme Glacial (which was designed in collaboration with EK) and a graphics card with EK's Active Backplate Cooling solution

At this time, EK has not revealed any plans to bring this concept case to market. 

    This is an open frame modular case that supports adding an extra radiator mount and can be the perfect display solution for your liquid-cooled PC. It offers a standardized VESA mount on its backside, meaning that you can hook it up on the wall or even use regular TV or monitor arm-style mount to move it around. The case design also supports a unique mounting system on the bottom that allows the user to mount it to the backside of the desk. Of course, while using it on a wall mount, this part can be removed.

EK showcases a Active Backplate Cooling Solution at CES 2021 - Next Level Liquid Cooling  
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13-01-2021, 17:09:12

Werent they already in the case market with their vulcan wing concept case?

To which I thought it was a stunning looking case. TT made a copy of it too. This one just looks like a Jonsbo Mod1 style copy.Quote

13-01-2021, 17:11:37

They did one recently too with their distro in the front.


With Inwin it seems. Looks like they have either gone with TT this time or spat in their eye and got revenge Quote

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