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EK Releases a new monoblock for Gigabyte's Z170X Ultra Gaming and UD3 motherboards

EK Releases their Gigabyte water cooling monoblock for Z170X Ultra Gaming and UD3 motherboards

EK Releases their Gigabyte water cooling monoblock for Z170X Ultra Gaming and UD3 motherboards

EK Release a monoblock for Gigabyte Z170X Ultra Gaming and UD3 motherboards

 

EK Releases their latest water cooling monoblock for Gigabyte's Z170X Ultra Gaming and  Z170X UD3 motherboards. This new monoblock will cool both your CPU and your motherboard's VRMs, keeping both components cool under load and allowing for some serious overclocking. 

EK's new GB Z170X Ultra monoblock is built using their latest Supremacy EVO water block design, which is designed to provide optimal fluid flow to allow even weaker water cooling pumps to provide adequate coolant flow. This block will be made out of nickel plated electrolytic copper, with the top being made of acrylic or Acetal depending on your chosen variant.    

EK Releases their Gigabyte water cooling monoblock for Z170X Ultra Gaming and UD3 motherboards  

 

Right now EK's new EK-FB GA Z170X Ultra monoblock is available to purchase from the EK website for €119.95, with availability at partnered retailers expected soon.  

 

EK Releases their Gigabyte water cooling monoblock for Z170X Ultra Gaming and UD3 motherboards  

You can join the discussion on EK's new Gigabyte Z170X Ultra Gaming Monoblock on the OC3D Forums

 

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