EK pre-filled and QDC-enabled GPU water blocks

EK pre-filled and QDC-enabled GPU water blocks

EK pre-filled and QDC-enabled GPU water blocks

EK pre-filled and QDC-enabled GPU water blocks

 

EK Water Blocks, premium PC liquid cooling gear manufacturer from Slovenia, is launching pre-filled GPU water blocks featuring Quick Disconnects that are ready to be connected with existing EK-XLC Predator AIO system!

EK-XLC Predator - XLC stands for Xpandable Liquid Cooling - is finally getting the long awaited pre-filled GPU water blocks that can be connected using the Quick Disconnect coupling or QDC. This is a special connector that allows quick and tool-less expansion of the system without the need for draining the EK-XLC Predator AIO. Carefully selected, the Predator Quick Disconnect is a medical grade product with Zero Drop design! The expansion of the system can now be very quick, easy and safe. Users don't have to worry about loop order, spilling or damaging their hardware.

Starting today, EK is offering the pre-filled and QDC-enabled GPU water blocks as a service on demand for the majority of their popular Full-Cover GPU water blocks. Users purchasing a specific GPU water block will be able to select if they want their desired GPU water block to be pre-filled by EK.

 

EK pre-filled and QDC-enabled GPU water blocks

 

GPU water block, selected for pre-fill service will be filled with EK-Ekoolant EVO CLEAR cooling liquid, fitted with two EK-AF Angled 90° G1/4" Nickel adapter fittings paired with two EK-ACF Fitting 10/16mm - Nickel fittings and with EK-Tube ZMT Matte Black 15,9/9,5mm tube. The longer end of the tube (390mm) will feature female QDC connector and the other, shorter end of the tube (190mm) will feature male QDC connector. This way, the GPU water block will be ready to be connected with the existing QDC connector found on the EK-XLC Predator 360.

EK has also provided Installation Guides to help beginners set up their first liquid cooling system. The following video shows how easy you expand the Predator AIO with pre-filled GPU using Quick Disconnects.

 

 

Service fee for customers who will select their GPU water block to be pre-filled and fitted with QDC coupling, is 29.95€ (incl. VAT).

Pre-filled GPU water blocks are readily available through EK Webshop. Pre-filled GPU water blocks for the most popular graphics cards are also available for purchase at Partner Reseller Network.

 

You can join the discussion on EKWB's pre-filled GPU water blocks on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

08-11-2015, 10:04:48

shambles1980
those disconnects are still the ugliest ones i have ever seen. "not going in to the rest of the issues i have with the setup they went for"
but really i expect more aesthetics from EK.. i wouldn't have those things on my garden hose pipe.Quote

08-11-2015, 10:27:13

Kyiagi
EK - we spend endless hours in our lab developing this high end £200+ product, and our engineers came to agreement, that for Disconnects we will use Poundland garden hose plugs.Quote

08-11-2015, 12:42:52

Greenback
Why didn't they make the QDC black at least so they didn't stand out like a sore thumbQuote

08-11-2015, 14:53:06

Kaapstad
Those are the ugliest QDCs I have ever seen.

They should be metal for longevity.

They should have compression fittings on them for looks and neatness.

The ones in the video do drip if you look closely.

Even the very best QDCs like Koolance will drip a tiny amount when unplugging so care should be taken when working around electronics.

You can get these ones below in black too.

http://i.imgur.com/R1jjrOi.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/CZswUKy.jpgQuote

08-11-2015, 14:58:37

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
Those are the ugliest QDCs I have ever seen.

They should be metal for longevity.

They should have compression fittings on them for looks and neatness.

The ones in the video do drip if you look closely.

Even the very best QDCs like Koolance will drip a tiny amount when unplugging so care should be taken when working around electronics.

You can get these ones below in black too.
I couldn't agree with you more, the plastic looks so cheap, which is something that you should never be able to say about a water cooled PC.Quote
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