EK is a PC hardware creator best known for their work with custom loops for PC water cooling. The company has built its brand supplying high-quality water blocks and parts for years, and many hardcore PC gamers trust them. EK is now jumping into a new segment of the PC hardware market by shifting its offerings a little bit.
The new EK-AIO is pretty simple, having the same sleek design, RGB support, and support for multiple fan configurations that AIO uses expect from a mature market. EK is touting the EK-AIO as a competitive option for those wishing to move into water cooling for the first time, and avoid the hassles of a custom loop. Plus, the sleek design and RGB support of most AIOs makes it very easy to add some flair and keep clutter to a minimum.
There are multiple variants available with different radiator sizes, each one offering more cooling support for more intense applications. The larger radiator configs go all the way up to a 360mm option, which would be ideal for a large eATX case with a push-pull fan setup. The 360mm radiator would be ideal for a Threadripper build, which has pretty high heat output and needs the extra cooling capacity to avoid issues with performance in heavy loads.
The EK AIO comes in multiple variants depending on what size rad you need. There are 120 D-RGB, 240 D-RGB, and 360 D-RGB, which comprise 120mm, 240mm, and 360mm versions respectively.
EK has already begun to offer these units for pre-order on their website, so you can grab one now if you like. You even get a 10% discount for hopping on the early adopter train. Although if you’re concerned about problems, don’t worry too much. Each model carries a 5-year warranty, offering some pretty solid peace of mind.
The 120mm version retails for $89.99, or $80.99 with the discount. The 240mm version retails for $119.99, or $107.99 with the discount. The 360mm version retails for $154.99, or $139.99 with the discount.