Cooling

EK is Officially Introducing its EK-Pro Professional Lineup of Products

During CES earlier this year, EK hinted at a new lineup of products made specifically for professionals. Today, they introduced the EK Professional Line that includes the EK-Pro Manifold and the EK-Pro Quick Disconnect kits. The EK-Pro Manifold features the capability to cool up to 2 CPUs and 4 GPUs, industrial materials, and a no-frills approach by excluding RGB. The EK-Pro Quick Disconnect kits tout an easy installation to transform an existing water block into a powerful machine. There is definitely more to come from this lineup, including workstation GPU waterblocks. Read More

Case fans
Cooling

Case Fan Roundup: Twenty Three 120 mm Case Fans Tested

Case fans are supposed to cool your case. As use in this review, a case fan is a fixed-voltage fan. Today we might want to call them non-PWM fans. These fans are “set ‘em and forget ‘em” fans. Except that some of you insist on using fan controllers to vary the speeds of your fans. Imagine that! Well, in any case (in any case – get it?) we’re going to look at more than twenty case fans. I say “more than twenty’’ because I can’t count. We have more than 30 fans and settings that we will be looking at today. If you are interested in counting actual fans, be my guest. Read More

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Cooling

EK WaterBlocks L360 Water Cooling Kit Review

EK Waterblocks (EKWB, or just EK) really needs no introduction in the water cooling world. They are a stalwart in the water business and produce lots of good products. While Swiftech may be more well known to those outside the niche, EK has built itself up to be just as viable a solution, from the reservoir, through the pump, block and radiator; including the fittings that bind them all together. Today, we will be looking at their full water cooling kit, the EK-KIT L360. It comes with, quite literally, everything you need to water cool your processor. Read More