EK announce their new AM4 monoblock for MSI's X370 XPOWER motherboard

EK announce their new AM4 monoblock for MSI's X370 XPOWER motherboard

EK announce their new AM4 monoblock for MSI's X370 XPOWER motherboard

EK announce their new AM4 monoblock for MSI's X370 XPOWER motherboard

 
EK has released their new AM4 monoblock for MSI's X370 XPOWER motherboard, coming with Mystic Sync RGB support using a 4-pin RGB header. 
 
This monoblock will cool both your motherboard's CPU and VRM components, allowing users to overclock their Ryzen systems in the certainty that their CPU and motherboard components will remain cool and quiet when using a powerful liquid cooling loop. The water block will be made out of Nickel plated copper and have an acrylic glass top. 
 
The new EK-FF MSI XPower RGB monoblock will also come with a new high flow monoblock design and an AMD specific cold plate design that should ensure that this monoblock offers optimal thermal transfer rates and fast liquid flow throughout the user's water cooling loop. 
 

  

EK announce their new AM4 monoblock for MSI's X370 XPOWER motherboard


This monoblock is now available to purchase at EK's web store for €117.98, with the product coming with a two-year warranty. 

 

You can join the discussion on EK's AM4 X370 XPOWER motherboard monoblock on the OC3D Forums

  

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05-06-2017, 19:37:14

Avet
Very nice, but VRMs are becoming so efficient that even stock motherboard coolers are overkill. If you like the looks then yea it is good. Quote

05-06-2017, 19:42:58

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Avet View Post
Very nice, but VRMs are becoming so efficient that even stock motherboard coolers are overkill. If you like the looks then yea it is good.
Yeah, the VRMs on this board are very inefficient and a bit crap. So they run hotter than they should..

Personally I wouldn't buy this board any way, given it's a bit rubbish. So that means I would not then spend another £120 on cooling the 6 phase fets either.Quote

05-06-2017, 19:53:12

Avet
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Yeah, the VRMs on this board are very inefficient and a bit crap. So they run hotter than they should..

Personally I wouldn't buy this board any way, given it's a bit rubbish. So that means I would not then spend another £120 on cooling the 6 phase fets either.
You are right. This board could definitely benefit from water. If you have more money than sense, and you are buying the board just for looks EK has got you covered.Quote

06-06-2017, 02:59:54

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Yeah, the VRMs on this board are very inefficient and a bit crap. So they run hotter than they should..

Personally I wouldn't buy this board any way, given it's a bit rubbish. So that means I would not then spend another £120 on cooling the 6 phase fets either.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Avet View Post
You are right. This board could definitely benefit from water. If you have more money than sense, and you are buying the board just for looks EK has got you covered.
Well... it's MSI folks Quote
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