EK-Quantum Volume FLT 360 D-RGB Reservoir
EK-Quantum Volume FLT 360 Reservoir, Digital RGB, G1/4", 350ml Capacity, Nickel/Plexi, 120x360x53.5mm
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Quantum Volume FLT 360
All new Flat (FLT) series EK-Quantum Volume FLT reservoir units! The new Volume reservoirs are part of the EK Quantum Line of products and come with sophisticated addressable D-RGB lighting implementation. Each reservoir is featuring standard 120mm fan mounting holes for maximum flexibility during the installation. The reservoir is equipped with a total of four G1/4“ ports so that users can choose the most optimal setup for their liquid cooling loops.
The new flat-shaped reservoirs are to revolutionize the way you were thinking about reservoirs and loop building. Since 120mm fan mounting patterns are the most dominant mounting options inside PC cases these days, these new EK-Quantum Volume FLT reservoirs will allow greater flexibility for installation since they don't require drilling of new mounting holes on your case.
The reservoir is equipped with a total of four industry-standard G1/4" ports, which can be, based on the orientation of the unit, used as inlet and outlet ports.
The reservoir is manufactured of premium quality acrylic material, machined to perfection, while the sealing is performed by a quality EPDM O-ring. Alongside the reservoir is a black anodized aluminium cover under which the Addressable D-RGB LED strip is placed. Proper LED implementation is one of the main focus points of EK so that there are as few visible "LED hotspots" as possible.
• Capacity: ~350ml
• D-RGB connector 3-pin 5V digital LED header (Pinout: +5V, D, Blocked, Ground)
• EK-Quantum Volume FLT 360 D-RGB.
• Mounting mechanism with all necessary screws for 120mm fan mounting.
• Pair of EK reservoir holders with mounting screws.
• 2x G1/4 Plugs.
• 1x Allen key for reservoir holders.
|Edition||Quantum Volume FLT 360|
|Max. Hydraulic Performance|
|PWM Duty Cycle Range|
|Max. Power Draw|
|Reservoir Capacity||350 mL|
|Fluid Chamber Construction||Plexi|
|Power Cable Length|
|Signal Cable Length|
|Max. Coolant Operating Temperature|
|Installation Locations||120mm Fan Mount|
|Dimensions||120 x 360 x 53.5 mm (WxHxD)|
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