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EK Water Blocks introduce a distribution plate for Phanteks cases

Just a few days ago, EK Water Blocks announced a new distribution plate series for water cooling enthusiasts using a range of Fractal Design cases. Today, EKWB has launched another distribution plate series, this time for popular Phanteks cases.

The EK-Quantum Reflection Evolv X D5 PWM D-RGB distribution plate is compatible with a couple of our favourite Phanteks cases, the Evolve X and the P600S mid-tower chassis. The new distribution plate combines slim-lined aesthetics with high flow and near-silent operation via an integrated D5 pump.

EKWB’s new distribution plate is an all-in-one solution that features a powerful PWM controlled genuine D5 pump, reservoir, multiple standard G1/4” intel and outlets with a simple mounting process. The positioning of the inlets/outlets are designed to complement EK cooling components, reducing bends in the tubing to make building a custom loop quicker and easier.

Positioned inside the case alongside the motherboard, allows support for a 360mm radiator to be used in conjunction with the EK-Quantum Reflection Evolv X D5 PWM D-RGB distribution plate at the top of the Phanteks cases. The distribution block supports a single CPU block, four GPU blocks and is equipped with a built-in addressable D-RGB Led lighting that runs the entire length of the unit.

RGB lighting can be connected directly to motherboard RGB headers via a 3-pin 5V connection and controlled by motherboard RGB software. The EK-Quantum Reflection Evolv X D5 PWM D-RGB distribution plate is available to order from the EK Webshop now, priced at €259.90.

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KitGuru says: These new distro blocks are designed to fit perfectly into certain cases and look great. When you take into account the cost of a separate pump and reservoir, the all-in-one distribution block looks like reasonably good value and simplifies the process of building a custom loop. What do you guys think?

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