EKWB was showing a range of new fittings, including some innovative T pieces, 90 degrees and 45 degrees that should make it much easier to build hardline systems using straight rns that have the minimum of bends.
Valkyrie AIO system is still in development but looks close to completion.
EK Connect software works with their new RGB controller and compatible pump and can also receives input from a new flow meter and water level meter. Every cooling company is enhancing their hardware with software control and EKWB has joined the arms race.
EK Classic is a budget series of pump/reservoir, CPU block and GPU block that undergo less machining during production to keep costs to a minimum.
Modulus tube bending jigs will likely be acetal rather than the aluminium prototypes that were on show.
We are very pleased to see that EKWB is considering how to tackle distribution plates – do you make them for specific models of case or go for a more universal approach.
EKWB was showing a CPU block and VRM cooler for Asus ROG Dominus. All we need now is the Intel 28-core CPU to round out the package.
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