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FRONTPAGE EK Rolls Out a Momentum² Monoblock for ROG STRIX X670E-I ITX Motherboard

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Nov 1, 1998
EKWB has launched the EK-Quantum Momentum² monoblock for ASUS' ROG Strix X670E-I Gaming ITX motherboard. The cooling plate is constructed of nickel-plated electrolytic copper, while the top is clear acrylic. Designed to cool both the CPU and motherboard's Voltage Regulation Modules (VRMs), the new EK-Quantum Momentum² maximizes cooling while maintaining a clean look. The Digitally addressable RGB (D-RGB) lighting features 18 LEDs and is fully compatible with ASUS Aura Sync software. Pricing is listed at $209.99 and it's available for pre-order now at the EKWB webshop.
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Has slightly less legible writing than Thideras
Mar 12, 2002
Gotta say thats a pretty good looking block. Im not a huge fan of RGB lighting or acrylic tops but this gives it a very high tech intentional look.


Benching Team Leader
Jan 2, 2005
The only real difference between a standard Quantum Velocity series and this block is that it's slightly wider, so it touches the VRM heatsink. It's not even a monoblock that covers everything. VRMs are not really hot on these motherboards. The "standard" Quantum Velocity costs ~$130, so the question is why the dedicated version costs ~$210?
The block still looks nice. Personally, I like acetal blocks. Here is Quantum Velocity - acetal, on ASUS Strix B650E-I Gaming.