ZADAK Announces the MOAB II Elite mATX Water Cooled PC Case

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Today, ZADAK announced their latest flagship water cooled PC case, the MOAB II Elite. Yes, you heard that right, the case is a water cooled case. The MOAB II Elite is an improved version of the already existing MOAB II. Utilizing a water cooling distribution plate as the motherboard mounting tray, the MOAB II and MOAB II Elite makes for an incredibly clean open concept build. Here’s the official press release.


June 24, 2020 Taipei, Taiwan – ZADAK, a leading provider of PC enthusiast components, introduces the MOAB II ELITE, the next gen. compact water cooled PC case into their growing line of products. The MOAB II ELITE is a compact case (311mm x 193mm x 371mm), built around the patented CNC-milled aluminum water distribution plate. The distribution plate is meticulously designed and manufactured with built-in water channels to reduce unnecessary tubing for clean builds. The MOAB II ELITE is now compatible with graphics card of up to 280mm in length and most m-ATX motherboards. Other notable features include the world’s first capacitive touch switch for powering on/off, a digital display providing real-time water temperature measurements, and customizable ARGB accent lighting.

Water Cooling at the Core

The MOAB II ELITE also features the patented CNC-milled aluminum water distribution plate, that eliminates unnecessary tubing. The unit itself is hidden in the center of the case. While this creates a compact build, it also reduces the risk of leaking and cracking. In addition, the case includes a 240mm radiator connected to the water distribution plate, which is strategically placed on the backside.


Smart Detection and Monitoring

For monitoring even the most power-hungry systems, the MOAB II ELITE is equipped with a digital display for real-time water temperature measurements. Users will have an accurate display of their PC water cooling temperature levels to avoid overheating. Also included is the water level indicator, which is found on the side of the case. This additional feature displays the water cooling levels so users will know when they need to make necessary adjustments.

Compact and Compatible

While maintaining its compact size, the MOAB II ELITE has updated the connecting outlet to the CPU block, allowing it to adjust horizontally and vertically making it compatible with most m-ATX motherboards. In addition, The MOAB II ELITE is now compatible with any graphics cards of up to 280mm in length, and easily slotted on the side of the case.

Touch and Slide to Power On

The MOAB II ELITE features the world’s only capacitive touch power switch. This one-of-a-kind intelligent design operates the on/off function when users slide their finger across the capacitive strip, a demonstration of ZADAK’s PC innovation.

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ZADAK MOAB II Elite Specifications
Product Name MOAB II ELITE Water Cooled PC Case
Thermal solution Liquid cooler
M-ATX Mainboard recommended
Intel AMD
ASRock Z490M Pro4
CPU supported Intel 1200, 115x Socket, AMD AM4 (Ryzen) series Desktop Processors
Motherboard support Micro ATX
Waterblock material Copper, Aluminum
Waterblock dimension 88 x 88 x 20 (non-Bracket) (L x W x H mm)
Radiator material Aluminum
Radiator dimension 276 x 120 x 30 (L x W x H mm)
Pump noise ≤30 dBa
Pump rated voltage 12V (DC)
Pump rated current 0.5A
Product dimension 311 x 193 x 371 (L x W x H mm)
Packing dimension 472 x 347 x 639 (L x W x H mm)
Net weight 7.3 kg
Gross weight 11 kg
Warranty 1 year

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ZADAK is a high-end custom water-cooled PC brand founded by a group of designers, modders, and engineers in the autumn of 2015. Original design, craftsmanship, and beyond the boundary are the core values of ZADAK. We want to create a custom water-cooled computer which is sophisticated and elegant, just like an artwork, an enjoyment. We also want to create something that is easy for you to assemble your own fantasy PC.

After years of development, tons of experiments and prototypes, ZADAK finally settles on a design that would be the key of why we are able to make the water-cooled computer so compact. ZADAK hopes that you will get as much fun out of building your own fantasy PC as we do.

-John Nester (Blaylock)


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  1. Only B450 boards are recommended for AMD? Interesting given that B550 is just out, and X570 boards will surely be quite popular amongst the sort of enthusiast who would even think about water cooling?
    Fun idea though.
    I'd imagine any mATX board works in it... but those are the boards tested(?) or maybe paid to be on the list for it(?)... no clue.

    I'm leaning towards them being the only AMD mATX boards on hand to test. If GB was "sponsoring" the test it would make more sense, to me at least, to have one high end and one midrange board on the list as opposed to two last gen midrange boards.
    That being said, this is a good idea. Done a couple SFF builds over the years and getting a small case with decent cooling has always been a pain. My #1 complaint actually, tied with them just being a PITA to work in.
    On the review side, Gigabyte loves to send boards to anyone... so I'm not surprised to see more boards from them for testing...

    Ah, gotcha. Yeah makes sense, since they tested 5 GB boards but only 1-2 from other manufacturers.