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EKWB releases their new Fluid Gaming A240R kit and RX Vega water block

Affordable liquid cooling with all aluminium components

EKWB releases their new Fluid Gaming A240R kit and RX Vega water block

EKWB releases their new Fluid Gaming A240R kit and RX Vega water block

EK has officially released a new Radeon themed additions to their Fluid Gaming liquid cooling lineup, a series of all-aluminium water cooling components that are designed to offer a unique balance between cooling performance and pricing. 

The main addition to EK's Fluid gaming series is their new A240R water cooling kit, which includes a reservoir pump combo, an AMD/Intel compatible CPU water block, a 28mm thick 240mm aluminium radiator,  coolant, tubing, two 120mm EK Vardar fans, aluminium fittings and an AMD reference RX Vega/Vega Frontier Edition water block. This kit will be available for €249.95 at EK's website, though their Fluid Gaming Radeon RX Vega series water block will also be available separately for €89.95.   

While hardened water coolers may be repulsed by the idea of aluminium components, EK's Fluid gaming series is designed to be corrosion resistant due to the all-aluminium nature of EK's Fluid gaming components. While Aluminium does have a lower thermal conductivity than copper, the cooling prowess of EK's Fluid Gaming products is not hugely affected when compared to their copper counterparts, offering users great value for money.

The only thing that users of Fluid gaming series water cooling components will need to watch out for is mixing metals in their water cooling loop, as this will lead to unwanted corrosion. Only all-aluminium metallic components should be used with fluid gaming water cooling components. 

  

EKWB releases their new Fluid Gaming A240R kit and RX Vega water block  

EK's new Fluid Gaming A240R kit is now available for pre-order from EK, with shipping starting on December 8th. 

You can join the discussion on EK's new Radeon Fluid Gaming A240R series kits and water blocks on the OC3D Forums.   

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04-12-2017, 05:26:25

Dicehunter
Nice design, An AIO or waterblock are pretty much mandatory to get the most out of Vega.Quote

04-12-2017, 05:40:39

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Nice design, An AIO or waterblock are pretty much mandatory to get the most out of Vega.

Looks almost OEM - I like itQuote

04-12-2017, 06:48:54

Excalabur50
That GPU block looks really niceQuote

04-12-2017, 08:03:59

Daiyus
Nice. This makes me want to consider aluminum for my new loop. I can get a £20 360mm rad on ebay and grab the blocks and fittings from EK for a fairly cheap solution. It'd look great too. Hmmm...Quote

04-12-2017, 08:16:37

Eddie long
Looks a nice piece again from ekQuote
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