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EK launches their EK-XLC Predator 360 AIO Water Cooler

EK launches their EK-XLC Predator 360 AIO Water Cooler - PR

EK launches their EK-XLC Predator 360 AIO Water Cooler

EK launches their EK-XLC Predator 360 AIO Water Cooler

 

EK Water Blocks, premium PC liquid cooling gear manufacturer from Slovenia, is proud to launch a premium liquid cooling solution - EK-XLC Predator 360, complete all-in-one (AIO) with Quick Disconnects!

 

  EK launches their EK-XLC Predator 360 AIO Water Cooler  

 

EK Water Blocks, premium PC liquid cooling gear manufacturer from Slovenia, is proud to launch a premium liquid cooling solution - EK-XLC Predator 360, complete all-in-one (AIO) with Quick Disconnects!

 

EK launches their EK-XLC Predator 360 AIO Water Cooler  

 

Pre-filled and QDC-enabled GPU water blocks will be available on November 5th 2015. This will be a on demand service where customers will be able to select a QDC option when purchasing the GPU water block. EK will fill the water block with coolant and make the unit ready to be used with Quick Disconnects. Graphics card with such water block will be immediately ready to be connected with the Predator 360 QDC. Quick Disconnect package (without pre-filled GPU water block) will also be available for purchase separately!

EK launches their EK-XLC Predator 360 AIO Water Cooler

 

Technical highlights:

Hovercore is a new, revolutionary design of radiator de-coupling that effectively prevents transfer of pump induced vibrations from the unit to the computer chassis itself, thus resulting in vibration-free and silent operation.

Supremacy MX CPU water block, top performer in Enthusiast segment, is specifically designed for Intel CPUs and offers great hydraulic and thermal performance. Carefully machined copper base is made from purest copper available and is further polished to absolute mirror finish. This alone greatly improves the cooling performance of the Predator.

CoolStream PE 360mm radiator, has a full copper core superior to aluminium alternatives in terms of heat dissipation. In conjunction with EK-Vardar fans the result is increased performance across an entire fan operational range, thus delivering results both at low- and high airflow operation. Dimensions of the main radiator unit on Predator 360, with integrated pump and reservoir are: 415 x 133 x 68 mm. This allows mounting of the unit in most modern mid- and full-tower computer cases.

 

  EK launches their EK-XLC Predator 360 AIO Water Cooler  

Vardar fans – three on Predator 360 – are high-static pressure fans developed in-house specifically for liquid cooling systems. With low noise profile and PWM technology built in, the system always controls the RPM and keeps the fans silent while maintaining excellent cooling performance.

DDC pump is a powerful 6W liquid cooling pump providing 2-3x higher flow rate compared to other AIOs on the market. It’s also PWM controlled, allowing for automatic pump speed regulation depending on your CPU temperature. Full performance on demand or whisper quiet operation in idle mode!

Integrated Fan splitter hub reduces cable clutter and keeps the unit aesthetically clean. Predator pump and fans plug into the unit itself with only one PWM cable going into CPU Fan socket, while a single SATA molex cable powers the complete unit.

EK has provided a lot of Installation Guides to help beginners set up their first liquid cooling loop.

 

 

EK-XLC Predator 360 is compatible with Intel LGA-115x and LGA-2011(-3) CPU sockets. AMD versions are planned for release in 2016.

Made in Slovenia, Europe, the unit is readily available through EK Webshop and Partner Reseller Network. In the table below you can find MSR price with VAT included.

 

NameMSRP (incl. VAT)
EK-XLC Predator 360292.74€

 

You can join the discussion on EKWB's EK-XLC Predator 360 AIO water cooler on the OC3D Forums

 

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19-10-2015, 09:43:18

King of Old Old School
This is the AIO i'm buying next i don't care if it's over priced it's got to be better than a Asetek AIO Quote

19-10-2015, 10:27:26

AlienALX
That honking great grey thing in the hose looks, well, honking.

IMO this won't be any better than any existing 360mm AIO. It has the same rad space and same sort of volume for coolant.Quote

19-10-2015, 10:30:22

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
That honking great grey thing in the hose looks, well, honking.

IMO this won't be any better than any existing 360mm AIO. It has the same rad space and same sort of volume for coolant.

I think this is a little bit too "try and please everyone" for my tastes.Quote

19-10-2015, 10:50:40

JR23
Adding the QDC was a terrible decision in my opinion. Anyone diligent enough to actually assemble the 115X backplate and mount a GPU block should be capable of filling and bleeding such a simple loop. And your probably going to have to refill it anyway as the tubes are insanely long.

No doubt about it, if you appreciate such quality things it's leagues ahead of an Asetek AIO. For £10 less the EK L360 R2.0 is a no brainer though unless for some reason you really need the pump stuck on the end of the radiator.

JRQuote

19-10-2015, 10:52:29

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by JR23 View Post
Adding the QDC was a terrible decision in my opinion. Anyone diligent enough to actually assemble the 115X backplate and mount a GPU block should be capable of filling and bleeding such a simple loop. And your probably going to have to refill it anyway as the tubes are insanely long.

No doubt about it, if you appreciate such quality things it's leagues ahead of an Asetek AIO. For £10 less the EK L360 R2.0 is a no brainer though unless for some reason you really need the pump stuck on the end of the radiator.

JR
I think Gary had it nailed tbh, buy the full blown EK kit and make something pretty.Quote
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