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EK-Supreme LTX AMD - Acetal+Nickel CSQ

EK-Supreme LTX AMD - Acetal+Nickel CSQ

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Product Overview EK-Supreme LTX AMD CSQ (LTX stands for Light XTreme) is a universal AMD socket CPU waterblock for the advanced enthusiast users. It has been designed to lower the production costs yet still offer the EK quality branded CPU waterblock at the best price.

EK-Supreme LTX AMD CSQ is the direct successor of successful EK-Supreme LT which debuted in 2007.
It's main improvements are:
- better flow: due to improved channel depth design up to 10% higher flow compared to EK-Supreme LT
- better cooling performance

The EK-Supreme LTX cooling engine uses fin design. The water (coolant) accelerates through 46 very thin channels which provide extreme cooling surface area. Very thin copper base bottom wall even further improves cooling performance.

The base plate is made of nickel plated electrolytic copper lapped and polished to +/- 0.0007mm flatness. The top is made of quality POM Acetal material. Features • AMD Sockets: 939, 754, 940
• AMD Sockets: AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
1 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
1 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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