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Aqua Computer releases the Cuplex Kryos Next RGBpx CPU water block

Aqua Computer has just launched a new CPU water block with RGB lighting. The new Cuplex Kryos Next RGBpx water block is designed to provide a unique look for your system, even before the ARGB lighting has been turned on.

Available in both plexiglass and white Delrin, the Cuplex Kryos Next RGBpx comes with CNC-milled casing on top of an anodised aluminium frame. The block's mounting points are placed within this frame, which according to Aqua Computer, means the mounting “force is applied evenly to the housing”, thus reducing the stress on the housing itself. The distance between the G1/4 holes is 25.5mm, allowing for the use of ‘extra large' fittings.

To ensure good cooling performance with low flow resistance, Aqua Computer uses a “microstructure floor with FEM-optimized deformation”. The mounting system uses the Flush Mount System, hiding the springs under the mounting bracket and giving the water block a sleeker look.

There will be mounting brackets for Intel's LGA 115x, 1200 and AMD's AM4 and TR4 sockets. The RGB lighting can be synchronised via the RGBpx controller. Besides the mounting kit, the package also includes a thermal paste spreading tool, Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut thermal paste and a 50cm long RGBpx connection cable.

The nickel-plated copper base Cuplex Kryos Next RGBpx CPU water block is available now for €84.89, while the sterling silver plate is priced at €199.90. You can learn more and buy this water block HERE.

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