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EKWB adds a tall pump-reservoir combo to the EK-Classic line

Over the past couple of weeks, we have seen numerous new products launched by EK water blocks featuring new D-RGB LED lighting designs. Today, the company has unveiled another new pump-reservoir combo as part of its EK-Classic line-up.

EKWB has launched a new pump-reservoir combo belonging to its classic line of custom liquid cooling products. EK-Classic XRES 250 SPC PWM RGB – Plexi (incl. pump) is an entry-level pump-res combo offering a streamlined classic appearance that is able to provide great hydraulic performance, along with integrated RGB to enhance aesthetics.

The EK-Classic XRES 250 SPC PWM RGB – Plexi (incl. pump) features a 250mm tall reservoir with an integrated EK-SPC 60 pump featuring 4-pin PWM speed control, which allows the pump to adjust RPM based on thermal load. The reservoir features a tubular clear acrylic design that further enhances the RGB lighting effects.

A pump top with the traditional EK-Classic square design is situated below the reservoir to keep it in line with other products from the EK-Classis range. Mounting the pump-reservoir combo to the PC chassis is done from underneath and utilises standard 120mm fan mounting methods.

The EK-Classic XRES 250 SPC PWM RGB – Plexi pump-combo unit is available to purchase through the EK Webshop or via official EKWB distributors across Europe. The manufacturer suggested retail price for the new pump-reservoir combo is €99.99.

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KitGuru says: The EK-Classic range is designed to offer system builders on a budget a route into full custom liquid cooling. The new EK-Classic XRES 250 SPC PWM RGB – Plexi pump-combo unit certainly offers good value while providing the peace of mind to users knowing it is built with EKWB quality.

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