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EK has designed their own Custom Water cooling configurator

EK has designed their own Custom Water cooling configurator

EK has designed their own Custom Water cooling configurator

EK has designed their own Custom Water cooling configurator

 

EK has designed their own Custom Water cooling configurator, which will help buyers build a custom water cooling loop by simply inputting their system specifications and selecting their preferred coolant colour, tubing type and their preferred radiator sizes and locations. 

This tool is still in its beta phase, meaning that EK's hardware database is currently incomplete and that some users will experience some bugs and other issues, though the tool proved very functional when we tried it earlier today. 

The program is getting updated on a daily basis with more hardware options and other fixes. 

 

  Buying parts for liquid cooling can be very daunting, especially for beginners, and it takes a lot of time! Users usually seek help on the forums or social media, looking for compatibility confirmation or advice on their selection. Custom Loop Configurator was designed to answer such questions and help users select the compatible parts while having a great experience doing it!

 

EK has designed their own Custom Water cooling configurator  

EK does not expect their users to simply make do with a beta product, so until August 28th the company will place all those who purchases EK products using the Custom Loop Configurator into a raffle to recieve an MSI GTX 1080 Sea Hawk.  

Not only that but EK also plans on giving every 20th order a full refund, effectively giving them their purchases for free. 

 

EK has designed their own Custom Water cooling configurator

 

You can use EK's new Custom Loop Configurator here. 

 

You can join the discussion on EK's Custom Loop Configurator Beta on the OC3D Forums

 

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09-08-2016, 12:18:28

NeverBackDown
Just tried it out, very easy to use and understand. Only issue I ran into was that it did not recommend a Rad for me and said I had inefficient cooling.. Well obviously EKQuote

09-08-2016, 12:31:30

Greenback
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Just tried it out, very easy to use and understand. Only issue I ran into was that it did not recommend a Rad for me and said I had inefficient cooling.. Well obviously EK

there's a choice on the page that has a picture of the case and above where it says "inefficient cooling" a drop down you can choose a radQuote

09-08-2016, 12:32:06

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
there's a choice on the page that has a picture of the case and above where it says "inefficient cooling" a drop down you can choose a rad
I didn't see that.. hmm need new glasses thenQuote

09-08-2016, 12:38:10

Greenback
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I didn't see that.. hmm need new glasses then
It took me a while to realise you could get the drop down, not good for me it didn't have anything of my system including the case, might be telling me I need an upgradeQuote

09-08-2016, 15:28:40

Dicehunter
Well my setup would set me back just over €600, I'll be getting that for myself as a Christmas present Quote
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