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EK announce new Quantum FTL D-RGB reserviors

EKWB announced its new D-RGB GPU water blocks recently and now the company is adding more digital addressable RGB products to its custom water cooling components ranges, with a new series of reservoirs and pump-res combos available.

EK has launched more products featuring D-RGB lighting, including a new line of Quantum reservoirs and pump-reservoir combos. The Quantum FLT D-RGB reservoirs feature a unique shape with straight edges and a completely flat design that makes them even easier to fit into tight spaces, which is often the case inside a PC chassis.

The new reservoirs utilise standard 120mm fan mounting holes and require less space than a radiator due to a thin design. The pump-reservoir combos are equipped with either D5 or DDC pump variants so users have the option to choose which type they prefer. All the new EK-Quantum products feature sophisticated 5V D-RGB addressable LEDs that can be controlled by motherboard RGB lighting software.

EK-Quantum Volume FTL D-RGB reservoirs are a stand-alone solution and are available in three sizes, 120mm, 240mm and 360mm. They can be mounted on standard 120mm locations and due to the fact they have no integrated pump, they are only 53.5mm thick overall, so require little space inside the system. The EK-Quantum reservoirs also feature G1/4 ports with one inlet, one outlet and fill/drain ports.

EKWB has also added a new line of Quantum Kinetic FLT D-RGB pump-reservoir combos to provide an all-in-one solution. Just like the Quantum reservoirs, the Kinetic FLT D-RGB pump-res combo is also available in three sizes, 120mm, 240mm and 360mm. They too include the standard 120mm fan mounting configuration and with the integrated pump, measure a total thickness of 58mm for DDC equipped variants or 86mm for D5 equipped pump-res combos.

EK-Quantum reservoirs and EK-Quantum pump-reservoir combos are available to pre-order through the EK Webshop with prices starting from €74.90 for the reservoirs and from €179.90 for the Quantum pump-reservoir combo.

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KitGuru says: These new reservoir designs from EKWB will certainly allow custom liquid cooling enthusiasts more options to build liquid-cooled systems in cases where space is at a premium. Will you guys be interested in picking up one of the new EKWB products for your next custom build?

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